Can you spell c-o-n-g-r-a-t-u-l-a-t-i-o-n-s? The results are in from the county spelling bees
The results are in from the Sonoma County spelling bees SCOE hosted last week. Congratulations to the first and second place winners who will go on to represent our county in the statewide spelling bee. Caleb Poole, a sixth-grader from Wilson School in Petaluma, won first in the elementary competition. He broke the tie in the eighth round by spelling “scuttlebutt” correctly, then spelling “claustrophobia” to win the event. Second place went to fifth-grader Kasey Adamski, who attends Marguerite Hahn Elementary School in Rohnert Park.
Imani Thompson, an eighth-grader from The Healdsburg School in Healdsburg, won first in the junior high competition. She broke the tie in the ninth round by spelling “bureaucracy” correctly, then spelling “mayonnaise” to win the event. Second place went to eighth-grader Samantha Hiserote, who attends St. Vincent de Paul School in Petaluma.
Schools with winners in the Elementary School bee included Wilson School, Marguerite Hahn Elementary School, Luther Burbank School, and West Side School.
Schools with winners in the Junior High bee included The Healdsburg School, St. Vincent De Paul School, Rincon Valley Middle School, and Hillcrest Middle School.