Jack Benveniste-Plitt, 14, an eighth grader at Hebrew Academy, rolls his eyes upward as he concentrates on spelling the word “umbrageous,” which won him the spelling bee. Miami-Dade middle-school students competed in the Miami-Dade Spelling Bee at Jungle Island on Wednesday.
Jack Benveniste-Plitt, 14, an eighth grader at Hebrew Academy, rolls his eyes upward as he concentrates on spelling the word “umbrageous,” which won him the spelling bee. Miami-Dade middle-school students competed in the Miami-Dade Spelling Bee at Jungle Island on Wednesday. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Jack Benveniste-Plitt, 14, an eighth grader at Hebrew Academy, rolls his eyes upward as he concentrates on spelling the word “umbrageous,” which won him the spelling bee. Miami-Dade middle-school students competed in the Miami-Dade Spelling Bee at Jungle Island on Wednesday. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Hebrew Academy student wins Miami-Dade spelling bee

March 11, 2015 01:02 PM

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