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CMS academic team members advance to region competition

Campbellsville Middle School fourth- and fifth-grade academic team members have advanced to region competition.

 

At the District Governor’s Cup competition on Saturday, Feb. 11, all CMS team members won awards that will advance them to the next competition.

 

At Governor’s Cup competition, teams compete in on-demand writing, quick recall, future problem solving and five written exams, including math, science, social studies, language arts and arts and humanities.

 

In its district, Campbellsville Middle School fourth- and fifth-graders compete at the elementary school level against Kentucky Christian Academy and Taylor County.

 

After competing in FPS, written exams and quick recall, CMS took home the runner-up trophy at the competition.

 

And, as a whole, the CMS team placed second in quick recall and future problem solving.

 

The top two quick recall and FPS teams advance to region competition.

 

In math, CMS fifth-grader Isaac Garrison took home the second place medal. Fifth-grader Angelica Seng received fifth place.

 

In science, CMS fifth-grader Kayden Birdwell won first place. Garrison won second.

 

Fifth-grader Caleb Holt received fifth place in social studies.

 

In language arts, fifth-grader Karlie Cox won second place. Fourth-grader Logan England was fifth.

 

In arts and humanities, fifth-grader Brianna Dobson took home first place and fourth-grader Zeke Harris was second. Fifth-grader Layla Steen was fourth.

 

And in composition, Dobson won first place, Seng won third and Cox took home fourth.

 

The top five in each testing area advance to region competition.

 

Region competition will be in Clinton County on Monday, Feb. 27, and Saturday, March 4.

 

Samantha Coomer sponsors the CMS fourth- and fifth-grade academic team.

 

Campbellsville Middle School fourth- and fifth-grade academic team members have advanced to region competition. At the District Governor’s Cup competition on Saturday, Feb. 11, all CMS team members won awards that will advance them to the next competition. From left, front, are fourth-grader Logan England, fifth-graders Caleb Holt, Angelica Seng and Karlie Cox and fourth-graders Gabriel Noyola and Zeke Harris. Back, fifth-graders Brianna Dobson, Kayden Birdwell, Isaac Garrison, Ryan Grubbs and Layla Steen and coach Samantha Coomer.

Campbellsville Middle School fourth- and fifth-grade academic team members have advanced to region competition. At the District Governor’s Cup competition on Saturday, Feb. 11, all CMS team members won awards that will advance them to the next competition. From left, front, are fourth-grader Logan England, fifth-graders Caleb Holt, Angelica Seng and Karlie Cox and fourth-graders Gabriel Noyola and Zeke Harris. Back, fifth-graders Brianna Dobson, Kayden Birdwell, Isaac Garrison, Ryan Grubbs and Layla Steen and coach Samantha Coomer.

 

CMS fifth-grader Isaac Garrison listens to a question during a quick recall match.

CMS fifth-grader Isaac Garrison listens to a question during a quick recall match.

 

CMS fifth-grader Ryan Grubbs listens to a question during a quick recall match.

CMS fifth-grader Ryan Grubbs listens to a question during a quick recall match.

 

CMS fifth-grader Caleb Holt listens to a question during a quick recall match.

CMS fifth-grader Caleb Holt listens to a question during a quick recall match.

 

CMS fifth-grader Angelica Seng listens to a question during a quick recall match.

CMS fifth-grader Angelica Seng listens to a question during a quick recall match.

 

CMS fifth-grader Layla Steen discusses a question with her teammates during a quick recall match.

CMS fifth-grader Layla Steen discusses a question with her teammates during a quick recall match.

 

 CMS fifth-grader Kayden Birdwell thinks about a question during a quick recall match.

CMS fifth-grader Kayden Birdwell thinks about a question during a quick recall match.

 

CMS fifth-grader Isaac Garrison thinks about a question during a quick recall match.

CMS fifth-grader Isaac Garrison thinks about a question during a quick recall match.





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