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Burch team qualifies for State Science Olympiad

The Robert J. Burch Science Olympiad Team competed in the Fayette County Tournament at Starr’s Mill High School on March 19. The Science Olympiad is an academic interscholastic competition involving elementary school teams in a wide range of events involving all the science disciplines. The Burch Science Olympiad placed in 13 events and will also compete in the State Science Olympiad Tournament at Kennesaw State University on May 14. Teams members include Albert Arjun, Gabriel Bartolomei, Anna Bridgeman, Noah Bridgeman, Lisa Brown, Nicholas Brown, Will Browning, Jada Character, Raegan Dallman, Jillian Davis, Sarah Eason, Camillia Felton, Camiya Felton, Till Garvin, Spencer Hodge, Kyle Lindsay, Anaya Martin, Ayana Martin, Karim Naji, Darius Person, Gianna Phan, Brianna Powers, John Suess, Zuzu Vidourek, Jessica Wallace, Brandon Worrell, Mia Williams, and Sponsor Karen Parkinson. Photo/Special.


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