Greenville held its 4-6 grade spelling bee Tuesday with 41 participants competing in 8 rounds. Sixth-grader Devon Mason (right) and a student in Jen Staugler’s language arts class, came out the winner by correctly spelling the word ‘stirrups.’ The runner-up was fourth-grader Jensen Oswald, a student in Corrie Holm’s language arts class.

Greenville held its 4-6 grade spelling bee Tuesday with 41 participants competing in 8 rounds. Sixth-grader Devon Mason (right) and a student in Jen Staugler’s language arts class, came out the winner by correctly spelling the word ‘stirrups.’ The runner-up was fourth-grader Jensen Oswald, a student in Corrie Holm’s language arts class.


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Greenville held its 4-6 grade spelling bee Tuesday with 41 participants competing in 8 rounds. Sixth-grader Devon Mason (right) and a student in Jen Staugler’s language arts class, came out the winner by correctly spelling the word ‘stirrups.’ The runner-up was fourth-grader Jensen Oswald, a student in Corrie Holm’s language arts class.

Greenville held its 4-6 grade spelling bee Tuesday with 41 participants competing in 8 rounds. Sixth-grader Devon Mason (right) and a student in Jen Staugler’s language arts class, came out the winner by correctly spelling the word ‘stirrups.’ The runner-up was fourth-grader Jensen Oswald, a student in Corrie Holm’s language arts class.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2019/11/web1_spelling-bee-2-.jpgGreenville held its 4-6 grade spelling bee Tuesday with 41 participants competing in 8 rounds. Sixth-grader Devon Mason (right) and a student in Jen Staugler’s language arts class, came out the winner by correctly spelling the word ‘stirrups.’ The runner-up was fourth-grader Jensen Oswald, a student in Corrie Holm’s language arts class. Courtesy Photo