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NCEMS Spelling Bee

By: Brenden Bearce

January 14, 2017

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    On Friday, January 6, NCEMS held a spelling bee for 5-8 grades. The students selected for the spelling bee were chosen by an in-class competition. The participants for the school spelling bee were Logan Jaster, Madilynn Scott, and Joe Korber, fifth grade; Emilie Strahm, Cooper Hajek, and Gracyn Lierz, sixth grade; Messiayah Nolte, Savannah Engelken, and Alan Vasquez, seventh grade; Ravin Holcomb, Nyah Heinen, and Camryn Boykin, eighth grade.

    Each round, the student is given a word to spell, if you spell the word correctly, you advance to the next level, failure to spell the word correctly, and the participant will be terminated. Messiayah Nolte won the school-wide spelling bee; Joe Korber, second; Ravin Holcomb, third;  Nyah Heinen, fourth; Emilie Strahm, fifth; Madilynn Scott, sixth; and Savannah Engelken, seventh. All seven students will attend the Nemaha County spelling bee at the court house on Saturday, January 21.  

    "It might have looked like I was ready, but I was scared to death," said Messiayah Nolte.

    Good luck Nemaha Central participants!

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