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Top speller win honors at bee







Letcher Middle School seventh grader Faith Back won the Letcher County Public Schools spelling bee held February 5 at the Letcher County School Bus Garage. Kaylee Whitaker, an eighth grader at Whitesburg Middle School, placed second and Jordan Osborne, an eighth grader at Arlie Boggs Elementary School, earned third place. Pictured (front row, left to right) are Kaylee Whitaker, Ruthie Lee, a fifth grader at West Whitesburg Elementary School, Fantanoel Allie Baker, a third grader at Martha Jane Potter Elementary School, Faith Back, Gary Manning, a fifth grader at Letcher Elementary School, Emma Quillen, a sixth grader at Fleming-Neon Middle School, Dakota Fields, a seventh grader at Cowan Elementary School, Jordan Osborne, (back row) Letcher District Director of Curriculum and Instruction Denise Yonts, Letcher District Director of Pupil Personnel Kenny Cornett, Letcher Supt. Tony Sergent, Mike Caudill, who served as the spelling bee moderator, and Letcher District Director of Special Education Regina Brown.

Letcher Middle School seventh grader Faith Back won the Letcher County Public Schools spelling bee held February 5 at the Letcher County School Bus Garage. Kaylee Whitaker, an eighth grader at Whitesburg Middle School, placed second and Jordan Osborne, an eighth grader at Arlie Boggs Elementary School, earned third place. Pictured (front row, left to right) are Kaylee Whitaker, Ruthie Lee, a fifth grader at West Whitesburg Elementary School, Fantanoel Allie Baker, a third grader at Martha Jane Potter Elementary School, Faith Back, Gary Manning, a fifth grader at Letcher Elementary School, Emma Quillen, a sixth grader at Fleming-Neon Middle School, Dakota Fields, a seventh grader at Cowan Elementary School, Jordan Osborne, (back row) Letcher District Director of Curriculum and Instruction Denise Yonts, Letcher District Director of Pupil Personnel Kenny Cornett, Letcher Supt. Tony Sergent, Mike Caudill, who served as the spelling bee moderator, and Letcher District Director of Special Education Regina Brown.

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