Crandall student advances on to represent Kaufman County in the Scripps National Spelling Bee

Crandall ISD represented well in Kaufman County’s Spelling Bee at the beginning of February. The winner, Laurie Brown will advance on to the Dallas Regional Spelling Bee in March to represent Kaufman County.
Laurie Brown, a 4th grade student at Wilson Elementary, placed 1st in the Scripps County Spelling Bee. She successfully spelled Guarnerius, laureate and interregnum, along with many other words, surpassing her peers. She moves on to represent Kaufman County in the Regional Spelling Bee.
Crandall Middle School student, Yanneth Aguilera Rodriguez, came in as the runner up with her correct spelling of the words affenpinscher and spurious. If needed, she will fill in for the winner to represent Kaufman County at the 63rd Annual Golden Chick Dallas Regional Spelling Bee in March.
We would like to congratulate these two young ladies on this accomplishment and wish them the best of luck as they advance on to the next levels!
The Scripps National Spelling Bee's purpose is to help students improve their spelling, increase their vocabularies, learn concepts and develop correct English usage that will help them all their lives.
March 2021: The 63rd Annual Golden Chick Dallas Regional Spelling Bee
(top 2 students advance on)
June 1-3, 2021: Scripps National Spelling Bee Week – Washington D.C.