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ACMS A-Team: Brittany Curry No. 1 in math in Region 12!

Future Problem Solving Team - Tiara Holmes, Sarah McQuaide, Rebecca Montgomery, and Amber Turner - 2nd in FPS. Anna Parson places 5th in language arts. Team places 3rd Overall out of 13 schools competing

By Sherri Stotts

Just updating you on the results of our regional competition Saturday at Russell County Middle School, Russell Springs, KY, on Saturday, February 5, 2011.

Brittany Curry placed 1st in Region 12 in Math, a first ever for Adair County Middle School.

Anna Parson placed 5th in the region in Language Arts.

The Future Problem Solving Team, Tiara Holmes, Sarah McQuaide, Rebecca Montgomery, and Amber Turner were runners up to Northern Middle, Pulaski Co., KY.

These individuals will go on to represent ACMS at the State Governor's Cup in Lexington, KY, in March. -Sherri Stotts

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