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Adair County Academic team turns in great performances at IU

2013-06-13 - Indiana University, Bloomington, IN - Photo from Chad Parnell. The Adair County Academic team had another successful year in World Competition. Two stars of the team, Heather Jackson, the 2013 ACHS Valedictorian bound for Vanderbilt University this fall, above, and Rebecca Montgomery, both came in second in the World in their respective categories, and the Future Problem Solving Team from ACHS - Kyle Castaneda, Sarah McQuiade, Amber Turner, and Jessi Taylor fell just shy of the Top 10 in the world in their event, impressing judges along the way with their efforts concerning the topic of Global Status of Women. Clicking ReadMore accesses the full story, posted on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 in CM
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