Sean Strasser is making the headlines now. It is really awesome to note that totally 44 students studying grades 4 to 8 won their school’s competition in spelling bee in USA and these 44 students got selected for Muscogee County School District 2017 spelling bee competition. Out of these 44 Sean Strasser was only student who was visually impaired. On 1st of February 2017 all roads lead to Patrick Theatre at Columbus Museum where the spelling bee competition took place.
It is now revealed that the Bethanne Strasser who is the mother of Sean Strasser did not feel bad when her son Sean spelt the word ”derelict’’ wrongly. Bethanne felt proud about her son Sean Strasser and as per the website titled “Ledger-Enquirer” it is revealed that she said she felt good that her son took part along with many normal students.
It is now brought out that this 11 year old Sean Strasser in the month of December 2016 took part against 20 students in his classroom spelling bee contest and made impression.
It is worthy to note that a classmate of his read the word list and this visually impaired Sean Strasser brailled those words. It must be noted that this Sean is quite familiar with JAWS software and he could use computer independently without the help of others.
This Sean Strasser is of the opinion that to be a great speller one has to be a great reader. Sean felt winning the school spelling bee was superb. It is now revealed that Sean did not remember the words thrown at him at his school spell bee contest but remembered the word “Applause’’ very well. Remarkable Sean Strasser!!
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