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Congratulations to ACMS Academic Team

The Adair County Middle School Academic Team earned a Top 10 finish in Future Problem Solving at the Governor's Cup State Championships, which were held on Monday, March 21, 2022 at the Galt House in Louisville.

Students that had advanced to the championships from all over the state competed in the topic of Mining. Adair's team finished 8th overall in the event. Team members included Hannah Kotter, Natalea Kaylor, Joshua Evans, and Sarah Goforth.




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ACMS Future Problem Solving Top 10 at State



2022-03-28 - Louisville, KY - Photo courtesy ACMS. The Adair County Middle School Academic Team earned a Top 10 finish in Future Problem Solving at the Governor's Cup State Championships. Natalea Kaylor (left) and Hannah Kotter (right) are presented their award in Future Problem Solving by Governor Andy Beshear at the Governor's Cup State Finals.
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