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2014 Spelling Bee Award Winners. Pictured from left to right Phil Angelo, Senior Editor Kankakee Daily Journal, Madhav Gampala, Connor Boudreau, Megan Chesebro, Callie Goering, and Dr. Gregg Murphy, Iroquois-Kankakee Regional Superintendent.

…And The Winning Word Is…m y n h e e r

Madhav Gampala, an eighth grade student at Bradley Central, is the winner of the 2014 I-KAN Spelling Bee.  After 28 rounds, Gampala emerged as the winning speller with the word, mynheer, a noun used as a title prefixed to the name of a male Netherlander.  Other students that placed in this year’s bee include:
  • Connor Boudreau of Maternity BVM School (2nd Place)
  • Megan Chesebro of Lorenzo Smith Elementary (3rd Place)
  • Callie Goering of St. George Elementary (4th Place)
In total, 22 students represented their local school in the I-KAN Region.  These participants earned the title of top speller at their local school and advanced to the Regional Bee which was held on February 25, 2014.  This year the Bee was held in the Bradley Bourbonnais Community High School Auditorium.  The next stop for Madhav Gampala is Washington DC as he advances to represent the I-KAN Region at the National Spelling Bee.  We wish the Best to Madhav and congratulate all of this year’s spellers.



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