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1. House leaders stand up for Shinseki
Last week, Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary School student, Matthew Glasshoff, won the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee with the word “stipple.”
Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary School’s Jensen Abel gets a close as possible to the microphone during the first round of the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee last week at Mountain View High School.
Matthew Glasshoff correctly spells “stipple” after respelling “diagnosis,” which was incorrectly spelled by Tressah Moon during the final rounds of the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee.
Family and district staff members sprinkled the Mountain View High School auditorium last week during the district’s spelling bee.
Jensen Abel, Melody Waters, Colette Hills, and Matthew Glasshoff wait and watch as Grace Essif spells her word during the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee.
Tina Giallanza spells her word for the judges during the annual spelling bee last week.
Cassandra Brandriff takes a moment to think about her word while hearing its definition and origin.
The Amphitheater School District’s annual district-wide spelling bee was held at Wilson K-8 School last week.
The top five finisher’s of the Amphitheater School District’s spelling bee received trophies.
Mesa Verde’s Aidan Maccagnano thinks as he spells his word.
Prince Elementary School’s Damylette Sanchez takes a moment to think about her word during the district’s spelling bee last week.
Leiland butler, who attends La Cima, reacts once sitting back down after misspelling his word.
Mikaela Mattix listens as her word is read during the Amphitheater School District’s spelling bee last week.
Copper Creek Elementary School’s Conor Long was one of the top 36 spellers in the Amphitheater School District to compete to represent the district in the county spelling bee.
Antonio Villanueva hangs his head as he walks back to his seat after misspelling his word.
Coronado School’s Odessa Mix spells her word during the final rounds of the Amphitheater School District’s spelling bee last week. Prince Elementary School’s Cezsar Baldonado placed second.
Ashtyn Bollinger, who attends Wilson K-8 School, reacts after hearing that fellow classmate Colton Patch had to spell “dodecahedron.”
1. AUTHORITIES INTERVIEW PERSON OF INTEREST IN RICIN CASE
In an effort to recognize some of the community’s outstanding youth, the Oro Valley Town Council recently recognized Copper Creek fourth grader Michael Chen.
Last week, the Amphitheater and Marana Unified school districts held their annual district-wide spelling bees, each sending four students and an alternate to the Pima County Spelling Bee next month.