Ignacio Middle School has banner year

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Ignacio Middle School has banner year

Numerous students qualify for state competitions
Ignacio Middle School student Brianna Henderson, 14, studied the Armenian genocide, while her classmate, Matthew Belleau, 12, took on the history of the telescope for his History Day project as seen Monday at the school. Both qualified to compete at state. Brianna is the daughter of Bea Valdez and Shane Henderson, and Matthew is the son of Heidi and David Belleau.
Ignacio Middle School student Jeffery Brittain, 13, explains his “Warning Deer Crossing” project on Monday at the school. His was one of three projects at the school to qualify for the state Science Fair. Jeffery is the son of Jennifer and Brian Boniface.
Ignacio Middle School Destination Imagination team members from left: Anika Shideler, 13; Jaylene Riepel, 14; Santana Edd-Belin, 13; Kaytlynn Porter, 14; Makayla Miller-Peterson, 13; Victoria Riehl, 13; and Kyia Box, 13, qualified over the weekend to compete at the state level. Their success caps off the best year in IMS history, with students qualifying for state competitions in four different academic endeavors.
Jason Foutz
Elco Garcia
Emerald Owens
Kourtney Schurman

Ignacio Middle School has banner year

Ignacio Middle School student Brianna Henderson, 14, studied the Armenian genocide, while her classmate, Matthew Belleau, 12, took on the history of the telescope for his History Day project as seen Monday at the school. Both qualified to compete at state. Brianna is the daughter of Bea Valdez and Shane Henderson, and Matthew is the son of Heidi and David Belleau.
Ignacio Middle School student Jeffery Brittain, 13, explains his “Warning Deer Crossing” project on Monday at the school. His was one of three projects at the school to qualify for the state Science Fair. Jeffery is the son of Jennifer and Brian Boniface.
Ignacio Middle School Destination Imagination team members from left: Anika Shideler, 13; Jaylene Riepel, 14; Santana Edd-Belin, 13; Kaytlynn Porter, 14; Makayla Miller-Peterson, 13; Victoria Riehl, 13; and Kyia Box, 13, qualified over the weekend to compete at the state level. Their success caps off the best year in IMS history, with students qualifying for state competitions in four different academic endeavors.
Jason Foutz
Elco Garcia
Emerald Owens
Kourtney Schurman
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