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Clyde-Savannah elementary students head to regional spelling bee

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In an impressive display of spelling prowess, two students from Clyde-Savannah Elementary School, sixth-grader Owen Liseno and fourth-grader Rembrandt Moore, have earned their spots to represent their school district at the regional spelling bee competition. The school held its competition on March 1, where 18 students from grades 4 through 6 vied for the top positions. Liseno and Moore emerged victorious after several challenging rounds, with Liseno clinching the win and Moore securing the runner-up position.

Both students expressed their astonishment and pride in advancing to the next level of competition, which is scheduled for March 24 at Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES in Newark. Their achievement has sparked excitement and anticipation for the upcoming contest, where they will compete against the region’s finest spellers.

Organizer and elementary teacher Stacey Granito lauded all participants for their dedication and hard work, particularly highlighting the efforts of Liseno and Moore. As the regional competition approaches, the two students are eager to showcase their spelling skills and represent Clyde-Savannah Elementary with distinction.