Spelling Bee

The 2019 SESC Regional Spelling Bee was held at Grand County High School on March 6, 2019. The SESC Regional Spelling Bee is a local competition of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
 
This year’s Spelling Bee Champion is Chloe Garvin a 5th grade student at Castle Heights Elementary School in Carbon School District. As the winner of our competition, Chloe will represent SESC and the southeastern Utah schools at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D. C. during Bee Week from May 26 through June 1, 2019.
 
The second place champion is Megan Kimmerle an 8th grade student from Grand County Middle School, Grand County School District.
 
The third place champion is Adriana Johnson an 8th grade student at ARL Middle School, San Juan School District.
 
Local spelling bees were held in Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan County School Districts, and Pinnacle Canyon Academy. The top three winners from each local bee advanced to the regional bee. The top three local winners are as follows:
 
Carbon County School District
Helper Middle
Jared Saccomanno
8th grade
Castle Heights Elementary
Chloe Garvin
5th grade
Mont Harmon Middle
Josiah Trostle
6th grade
                                                        
Emery County School District
Canyon View Middle
Jexton Woodhouse
8th grade
Huntington Elementary
Jaxon Durrant
5th grade
San Rafael Middle
Bryndi Stevens
6th grade
 
 
Grand County School District
Grand Middle
Natalie Haase
8th grade
Grand Middle
Megan Kimmerie
8th grade
Moab Charter 
Rosalee Thomas
6th grade
 
 
San Juan County School District
ARL Middle 
Adriana Johnson
8th grade
Bluff Elememetary
Kaidence Mitchell
5th grade
Blanding Elementary
Luke Jeppesen
4th grade
 
Pinnacle Canyon Academy 
PCA
Mark Stoddard
5th  grade
PCA
Logan Liin
8th grade
PCA 
Alyssa Riley
5th grade