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ACHS grad '62 so proud of ACHS Future Problem Solvers

Virginia Sparks Wonderling writes:
I am a Gradyville native and graduated from Adair County high school in 1962. I live in La Crosse Wisconsin and had the good fortune to attend the opening flag ceremony for the Future Problem Solvers. There were 1800 students and many adult coaches/teachers in attendance. I felt very proud and extremely impressed to know that MY high school in Kentucky was participating in this International event. I must tell you, this was a HUGE event. This tells me much about the teachers, staff, board members, superintendent and others connected with Adair County schools: Academics is important! Your teachers have prepared the students to participate in this international event and, I know, the students have worked really hard and deserve much credit. Let's all applaud these students and Brett Reliford, the coach /teacher, and support them with our finances next year when they start to raise money for the next event. - Virginia Sparks Wonderling

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