St. Lucy's Student Wins Azusa Spanish Spelling Bee

51 students from schools across the county competed in Azusa's first Spanish-language spelling bee.


That was the word that won the Spanish Spelling Bee held in the Azusa Auditorium on Saturday.

Student Janelle Terelys Castellanos of St. Lucy's Priory High School was the victor of the competition, which showcased words of various difficulty. The event was organized by Azusa Pacific University students.

Read more in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

MellowMaverick April 14, 2013 at 08:46 PM
Ole Janelle! Nicely done!
Michele April 15, 2013 at 12:12 AM
Good for her.... but really we r in american english apekling bees hello
Valentin Gonzalez-Bohorquez April 15, 2013 at 03:19 AM
Hi, Just to let you know that the Spanish Spelling Bee was organized by APU’s Department of Modern Language, the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese of the Southern California Chapter (AATSP/SoCal) and Sigma Delta Pi. The general coordinator of the SSB was Dr. Marcela Rojas, APU’s professor of Spanish. It was a wonderful experience, and they are planning to have it again next year.


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