Students competed in Reedy Creek Middle School’s annual Geographic Bee, sponsored by the National Geographic Society, on Jan. 9. Landon Hunt won first place, Safal Wagle won second and Rodrigo Scott won third. From left: participants Grace Scherer, Safal Wagle, Landon Hunt, Rodrigo Scott, Danielle Vistal, Aya Aitboulahri and principal Trent Evans.
Students competed in Reedy Creek Middle School’s annual Geographic Bee, sponsored by the National Geographic Society, on Jan. 9. Landon Hunt won first place, Safal Wagle won second and Rodrigo Scott won third. From left: participants Grace Scherer, Safal Wagle, Landon Hunt, Rodrigo Scott, Danielle Vistal, Aya Aitboulahri and principal Trent Evans. COURTESY OF DEBBIE HOPSON
Students competed in Reedy Creek Middle School’s annual Geographic Bee, sponsored by the National Geographic Society, on Jan. 9. Landon Hunt won first place, Safal Wagle won second and Rodrigo Scott won third. From left: participants Grace Scherer, Safal Wagle, Landon Hunt, Rodrigo Scott, Danielle Vistal, Aya Aitboulahri and principal Trent Evans. COURTESY OF DEBBIE HOPSON

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