Congratulations to Christine Farnberg, a 6th grade student from Rochester Catholic Schools‐Holy Spirit who was declared the champion after correctly spelling the word INNOCUOUS.Christine advances to the 86th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee on May 28 ‐ June 1, 2013. She won an expenses paid trip (for herself and one adult) to Washington, D.C. (donated by Southeast Service Cooperative). She also received a first place trophy, Webster’s Third New International Dictionary (provided by Scripps National Spelling Bee), a one‐year subscription to Britannica Online Student Edition, a $100 Series EE Savings Bond (donated by Jay Sugarman, Chairman and CEO of iStar Financial in honor of his father, Samuel Louis Sugarman) and Valerie’s Spelling Bee Supplement Booklet.iPad Applications to help with studying:SpellBoard- http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spellboard/id390290951?mt=8
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