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Rising Starr Middle School qualifies for State Science Olympiad

The Rising Starr Middle School Science Olympiad team competed last month in the Science Olympiad Regional competition. The team won a third place trophy, and were awarded an invitation to the state competition to be held in Atlanta in March. The team is coached by Rebecca Paugh of Rising Starr, who is aided by many teacher and parent volunteers. Photo/Special.

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Great work by these fine young scholars.

their teachers and their parents! Congratulations!!

The STUDENTS accomplished this.

[quote]The team is coached by Rebecca Paugh of Rising Starr, who is aided by many teacher and parent volunteers.[/quote]

Congratulations to the parents and the teachers of Na-Torriocquie, Marquis, Joseph, and Dustin. You have done a great job of raising such fine examples for society.

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Also, congratulations to the fine policemen and canines of Hall county that will ensure that these fine gentlemen get the discipline they need to lead full and productive lives.

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