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ACHS Future Problem Solvers win Regional at Bowling Green, KY

HEROES ONCE MORE - On to State! Future Problem Solving Squad: Emmalee Baker (Grade 11), Roslin Wilson (Grade 11), Kyle Castaneda (Grade 10), and Sarah McQuaide (Grade 9). Fellow FPS members Abby Walker (Grade 10), Alison Feese (Grade 10), Leane Blackwelder (Grade 10), and Amber Turner (Grade 9) also composed the squad preparing for District Championships.

Dawn Baker writes:
Just got word from Bowling Green High School that the ACHS Future Problem Solving Team has done it again! They finished first in their region. Now it is on to State! Not sure how the other competitions turned out, more information to follow. Way to go, Girls and Kyle! --Dawn Baker
Thanks, Dawn Baker: A-Team Results will be posted on CM as received. -CM




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