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Booneville Middle School
Booneville, Mississipi
Teacher Brenda Scott

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Student Earns Silver Rating at National Competition

FFAThrough the National FFA Organization, Michael Poradek, a Washington Middle School student in Mr. Bret Iverson's class, developed an independent study drawing resources and materials from Space Explorers' Orbital Laboratory® in which he observed growth traits of five additional dwarf cultivars. He earned a silver rating for his achievements at the National FFA Convention. Space Explorers congratulates Michael Poradek for his innovative ideas and outstanding achievements.

 
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