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Academic support is getting a little more delicious this Fall…with some friendly competition!
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The school with the highest participation in November will win a PIZZA PARTY.
Top 5 Schools
- Birches Academy
- Ross A. Lurgio Middle School
- Windham Middle School
- Spark Academy
- Bedford and Dover High Schools (tie!)
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