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Junior High School News

Spelling Bee Winner

Congratulations to PJHS eighth grade Eli Amick for winning the building Spelling Bee held on Dec. 15.  He then went on the win the Piqua City Spelling Bee on January 14.  He will now compete in an online qualifier for the Regional Spelling Bee.
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