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Llano Elementary students do well at UIL

Llano Elementary School students recently participated in the academic University of Interscholastic League competition in writing, spelling, art and more. Several students placed at the contest. Courtesy photos

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Llano Elementary at UILLlano Elementary School second-graders who participated at UIL include Lauren Lee (first row, left) and Hailey Brown, who finished second in creative writing; Isabelle Rusche (second row, left), who was third in storytelling, Cole Franklin and Tucker Rouse; and Rode Ligon (back row, left) and Remington Easley.

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Llano Elementary at UILLlano Elementary School participating at UIL include Della Newman (first row, left), Dillon Prokop, who was second in ready writing and fourth in spelling and Hayden Scott; Kylee Brown (middle row, left), who was second in story telling, Kellen Rushfeldt, who was fourth in ready writing, and Micah Lusby; and Kylie Cockerham (back row, left), Natalie Stefan, Brayden Hoy, who was third in painting, and Eddie Stefan.

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Llano Elementary at UILLlano Elementary School second-graders competing at UIL include Adair Walden (first row, left), who won first place in oral reading, Rylee Humphries, who was fifth in spelling, Madison Hodges and Lyndsey Kuehne, who was sixth in art smart; Haley Orange (second row, left), who finished sixth in oral reading, Addison Lusby, who was third in ready writing, and Ashtyn Lockmiller, who was second in art smart; Billy Ugarte (third row, left), Mason Baker and Jackson Pinckney; and Garrett Dixon (fourth row, left), who came in first in number sense, Kaitlyn Hackworth, who won first place in spelling and third in drawing, Hanna Snitkin, who was second in ready writing, and Weston Stiefe, who was fifth in number sense. Not pictured are Case Kuykendall, who was first in art smart and first in 3D, and Jordan Reed, who was third in 3D.

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Llano Elementary at UILLlano Elementary School third-graders competing at UIL include Quentin Franklin (first row, left), who was sixth in dictionary skills and third in listening, Logan Rouse, who won first place in ready writing and oral reading, Laura Garcia, Kyler Bordner, Tyler Wootan, Lauren Tudyk and Christian Kamradt; Bailey Barnett (second row, left), Adrian Blackmon, Riley Brown, who was third in maps, graphs and charts, Laura Garcia and Laramie Smith, who was sixth in number sense; Kyndal Kelso (third row, left), who was second in painting and third in ready writing, Juna Glasscock, who was third in miscellaneous, Brianna Desai, who was second in miscellaneous, Madisen Honea, Lilly Christopher, Allison White, who was sixth in art smart, Justine Rumbaugh, Alexus Cotton and Jack Neff, who was fifth in maps, graphs and charts; and Sadie Tarpley (back row, left), Grace Fletcher, who was fifth in social studies, Kadie Culpepper, who was third in painting, Justin Low and Kimble Schuessler. Not pictured is Emily Perez, who was fourth in listening.

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