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St. Andrew Students All "A-Buzz" for Spelling

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April 1, 2010 - On Monday March 29th at 1pm the St. Andrew School junior students participated in the School Junior Spelling Bee. Fourteen brave souls participated in the competition in order to find the one student who would represent St. Andrew School at the CPCO semifinal and hopefully the final Spelling Bee. Pictured are Sydney Sheppard (winner) Hannah Smith (2nd runner up) and Sidney Smith (1st runner up) with the three judges, Mrs. Vervega, Mr. Dagonstino and Mr. Gautheir. Congratulations to all of the participants and the SCDSB wishes Sydney every success in her next level of competition!

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