St. Francis of Assisi student wins Spelling Bee

Students from Archdiocese of Louisville schools competed in the archdiocese's annual Spelling Bee Feb. 12 at the Flaget Center. Photo by Sally Lynch
Students from Archdiocese of Louisville schools competed in the archdiocese’s annual Spelling Bee Feb. 12 at the Flaget Center. (Photo by Sally Lynch)

St. Francis of Assisi School eighth-grader Lauryn Grady won the Archdiocese of Louisville’s annual Spelling Bee held Feb. 12 at the Flaget Center. The runner-up was Elise Coughlan, a seventh-grader from St. Patrick School.

Lauryn has represented St. Francis of Assisi in the archdiocesan bee five times. She will compete in the Kentucky Derby Festival Spelling Bee on March 15.

Winners of the Archdiocese of Louisville's annual Spelling Bee were congratulated by a judge, Dr. Eliza Young, after the Feb. 12 event held at the Flaget Center. The winner was Lauryn Grady (center) from St. Francis of Assisi School and the runner-up was Elise Coughlan from St. Patrick School. (Photo by Sally Lynch)
Winners of the Archdiocese of Louisville’s annual Spelling Bee were congratulated by a judge, Dr. Eliza Young, after the Feb. 12 event held at the Flaget Center. The winner was Lauryn Grady (center) from St. Francis of Assisi School and the runner-up was Elise Coughlan from St. Patrick School. (Photo by Sally Lynch)
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