Horizon Prep campeones en competición de español

The Horizon Prep Lions worked so to prepare for the Spanish Spelling Bee that in the lower grades more than one first place medal had to be awarded.

“They kept getting all the answers correct.” Karen Beltran, first through third grade Spanish teacher, “We finally had to call it because they went through the entire list of 200 words.”

The entire campus, grades 1 through 8, participated in weeks of in-class preliminary rounds to earn the right to compete in the finals on April 23.

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