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Problem Solvers advance to State Bowl

Problem Solvers advance to State Bowl
Linda Lucio’s eighth-grade team: returning State Bowlers (l-r) Brent Moy, Ryan Rakowitz, Bethany Bayer, and Avery Heimer

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Floresville Middle School is proud to announce that three Future Problem Solvers teams have qualified for the state competition to be held Saturday, April 12, in Austin.

FMS teams will compete with hundreds of other middle school students from across the state, whereupon the winning teams of this statewide academic competition will advance to the international competition at Iowa State University in June.

The Future Problem Solvers program allows students to demonstrate their critical-thinking skills and their problem-solving skills. The teams are extremely excited about qualifying for this event and look forward to competing well at the State Bowl.

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