Just imagine being the best at something.
High school athletes strive for it all the time — earning the state title. College athletes shoot for a national title.
But a global title? To be the best in the world? Well, if you’re not an athlete, you probably want to take a few tips from five Farmington middle school students.
A group of Farmington middle school students beat out more than 60 other teams from around the country and the world, taking first place in their division at the Destination ImagiNation Global Finals held May 26-29 in Knoxville, Tenn.
Spend enough time with someone, and you’re bound to know what makes him or her tick. You know a personality, you know where strengths lie. And when it comes to being part of a team, that’s usually a pretty good asset.
Many students at Levi Dodge Middle School wanted photo or video evidence of their teachers and principals with whipped cream on their face last week. Students got a chance to give a pie in the face as part of an after-school party Friday. Pictured, assistant principal Dan Miller tastes the results of being the first person to get a pie in the face.
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