Kendall Cotterman, left, and Tyler Fauley, right, will represent Indian Lake Middle School at the Logan County Spelling Bee in January 2016. Sixth grader Kendall spelled “resume” correctly to win the ILMS Spelling Bee on Dec. 17. Seventh grader Tyler Fauley spelled “philharmonic” correctly to take the second place spot. It took five rounds to eliminate the 20 other students, all chosen from Language Arts classes to participate in the bee. Students were spelling words provided by the Scripps National Spelling Bee List. Both Cotterman and Fauley advance to the Logan County Spelling Bee on Jan. 21 at Ben Logan Schools.

Kendall Cotterman, left, and Tyler Fauley, right, will represent Indian Lake Middle School at the Logan County Spelling Bee in January 2016. Sixth grader Kendall spelled “resume” correctly to win the ILMS Spelling Bee on Dec. 17. Seventh grader Tyler Fauley spelled “philharmonic” correctly to take the second place spot. It took five rounds to eliminate the 20 other students, all chosen from Language Arts classes to participate in the bee. Students were spelling words provided by the Scripps National Spelling Bee List. Both Cotterman and Fauley advance to the Logan County Spelling Bee on Jan. 21 at Ben Logan Schools.


Kendall Cotterman, left, and Tyler Fauley, right, will represent Indian Lake Middle School at the Logan County Spelling Bee in January 2016. Sixth grader Kendall spelled “resume” correctly to win the ILMS Spelling Bee on Dec. 17. Seventh grader Tyler Fauley spelled “philharmonic” correctly to take the second place spot. It took five rounds to eliminate the 20 other students, all chosen from Language Arts classes to participate in the bee. Students were spelling words provided by the Scripps National Spelling Bee List. Both Cotterman and Fauley advance to the Logan County Spelling Bee on Jan. 21 at Ben Logan Schools.

Kendall Cotterman, left, and Tyler Fauley, right, will represent Indian Lake Middle School at the Logan County Spelling Bee in January 2016. Sixth grader Kendall spelled “resume” correctly to win the ILMS Spelling Bee on Dec. 17. Seventh grader Tyler Fauley spelled “philharmonic” correctly to take the second place spot. It took five rounds to eliminate the 20 other students, all chosen from Language Arts classes to participate in the bee. Students were spelling words provided by the Scripps National Spelling Bee List. Both Cotterman and Fauley advance to the Logan County Spelling Bee on Jan. 21 at Ben Logan Schools.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2015/12/web1_DSC_0460-copy-7.jpgKendall Cotterman, left, and Tyler Fauley, right, will represent Indian Lake Middle School at the Logan County Spelling Bee in January 2016. Sixth grader Kendall spelled “resume” correctly to win the ILMS Spelling Bee on Dec. 17. Seventh grader Tyler Fauley spelled “philharmonic” correctly to take the second place spot. It took five rounds to eliminate the 20 other students, all chosen from Language Arts classes to participate in the bee. Students were spelling words provided by the Scripps National Spelling Bee List. Both Cotterman and Fauley advance to the Logan County Spelling Bee on Jan. 21 at Ben Logan Schools.