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Malabar Students Blow Off Steam With Contest Day

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/25/2013

Malabar Intermediate School students took a break Thursday from the grueling process of preparing for the Ohio Academic Achievement tests.

The fourth, fifth, and sixth-graders, and a group of teachers, participated in contests to blow-off a little steam before they take the tests next week. 

The four grade team beat the teachers and a sixth grade team beat the fifth grade team in rock-paper-scissors.

The fifth graders won the cup-stacking contest.

The teachers finally pulled-out a victory in the puzzle contest, drawing a loud chorus of boo's from the students.

   
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