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The Wolfe County Middle School wins again!!!!
The Wolfe County Middle School wins again!!!!

Students from Morgan County, Magoffin County, and Wolfe County competed in the competitions.  Several students placed and will be advancing to regionals on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013 and Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013.


The team brought home the 2nd Place Overall Trophy as well as the Sportsmanship Award again for 5 years in a row.



3rd  Jazzy Elkins                          Social Studies:

4th  Kamron Caldwell                    5th James Broyles

5th  Lauren Lacy


Science:                                    Language Arts:

3rd  Amanda Henson                    5th Ayla Perry

4th  Meghan Evans



English Composition:                    Arts and Humanities:

3rd  Kimberly Ratliff                    5th Kaite Rose

4th  Amanda Henson


Future Problem Solving Team - 2nd Place

Abigail Barker

Edith Kelley

Cameron French

Jazzy Elkins


Quick Recall Team - 2nd Place

Cameron French       Meghan Evans

Kortney Hendrix        Sarah Hurst

Shontay Banks          Amelia Roberts

Abigail Barker           Edith Kelley

Destyni Adams          Courtney Ross

Kira Hughes              Brooke Booth   

Ethan Little               Jazzy Elkins

Kimberly Ratliff          Kaite Rose

Amanda Henson         Lauren Lacy

Ayla Perry                 James Broyles

Luke Rose


We would like to say a big thank you to Tammy and Greg Potter as well as Tracy Stone who worked throughout the day on Saturday to help make the event a big success.  Also, I would like to thank Charlotte Cox for helping Ms. Stewart with everything.  Thanks to the teachers, administrators, and staff for the great hospitality room and for allowing Ms. Stewart to work with these kids when she needed to.


Another big thank you goes out to everyone in the district that helps to make these young men and women successful.  The team is a great bunch of kids and are a pleasure to work with.  We look forward to regional competition as well as state competition in March.  Again, thank you to everyone for their help.

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