Earl Warren Middle School Spelling Bee Winners

Earl Warren Middle School students participated in their school Spelling Bee on Feb. 12. (L-R) 1st place winner: Jae Reidel; 2nd place: Megan Costello; tie for 3rd: Daniel Magnuson and Kevin Parr.  Jae will compete at the 44th Annual U-T San Diego Countywide Spelling Bee at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park on Wednesday, March 27.

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