Ashley Falls 5th grade Science Team 3rd in National Science League

The Ashley Falls 5th Grade Science Team recently placed third in the National Science League for 2012: Top row left to right: Angela Melugin, Vikram Duvvur, Evan Levine, Allen Huang; Front row left to right: Caroline Bao, John Atwood, Andrew Park, Victoria Chen, Ashley Falls Science Teacher Mr. Tim Miller. Not pictured: Max Rowland and Jerry Qu

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