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Cameryn Bailey, a 7th-grade student at Osseo Middle School, won first place at the local level of the annual Patriot Pen writing contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Cameryn’s essay responds to the theme, “What Freedom Means to Me.” She is now entered in the state competition with a chance to win a trip to Washington, D.C.

— Published Jan. 25, 2016

 

Additionally, Park Center’s Heather MacMurdo, a straight-A IB student, National Merit Semifinalist, and musician, was recently featured as a Channel 12 News Standout Student. She’s also a three-sport athlete, on the National Honor Society and has participated in four mission trips. MacMurdo is considering a college degree in chemical engineering.

Fernbrook 5th grader Ariam Aman recently won the 5th and 6th-grade division of the Fermi Off-the-Wall Math League global competition. Individuals and teams competed for six weeks answering math questions using estimation, rounding numbers, guessing, and integrating writing about math.

Elm Creek fifth-grader, Samantha Longenecker, achieved a perfect score of 20 in the difficult Blue Division of a recent WordMasters Challenge. The challenge is a national vocabulary competition challenging students to become familiar with new words and use them in analogies.

As semi-finalists in the Dream It. Do It. Metro Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament held last month, two Osseo Senior High VEX Robotics teams will advance to the state tournament in St. Cloud where they will compete for invitations to the World Championship Competition. Osseo Bro-Bots and Project: Osseo competed against 48 teams at the regional tournament.

Cameryn Bailey, a 7th-grade student at Osseo Middle School, won first place at the local level of the annual Patriot Pen writing contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Cameryn’s essay responds to the theme, “What Freedom Means to Me.” She is now entered in the state competition with a chance to win a trip to Washington, D.C.

Park Center grad Olivia Maccoux was recently featured in People magazine for her perseverance as an athlete while enduring 120 brain surgeries throughout the first 20 years of her life. Olivia is currently a dean’s list student at Augsburg College studying toward a communications degree.