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Birmingham Covington Celebrates School Spelling Bee Winners

Two seventh grade students took the top two spots in the school's annual spelling bee.

Seventh Grader Laya Kumar (right), earned the first-place in the Covington School Spelling Bee. She is joined by Principal Mark Morawski and second-place finisher Tejal Mahajan (left), also of the 7th grade. Credit: BPS
Seventh Grader Laya Kumar (right), earned the first-place in the Covington School Spelling Bee. She is joined by Principal Mark Morawski and second-place finisher Tejal Mahajan (left), also of the 7th grade. Credit: BPS

Seventh graders Laya Kumar and Tejal Mahajan recently finished first, and second, respectively, in the the Covington School Spelling Bee. Students in fifth through eighth grades participated at the annual event, according to a news release from the Birmingham Public Schools

Principal Mark Morawski acted as the moderator during the spelling bee.

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