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Students Qualify for Duke Univ. Talent ID PRogram

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MARSHALL COUNTY, Ky. (10/23/13) - Congratulations to the following 7th graders from Benton Middle School who qualified for the Duke University Talent Identification Program based on their excellent performance on the tests they took in the spring. These students qualified for Duke TIP by scoring at the 95th percentile or above on the K-PREP or MAP.

Students are: Tristan Barrett, Tyler Belcher, Keaton Boddy, Chase Chambers, Alli Chancellor, Jackson Chumbler, Tristan Cline, Tera Colson, Jackson Dodd, Emma Dunn, Mattie Dunn, Taylor Edwards, Ellie English, Braydon Erwin, Megan Fiessinger, Addison Griffith, Brady Guess, Olivia Guess, Chase Hargrove, Abbey Harrington, Kierstin Hendrick, Elle Houghton, Kathryn Howard, Garrett Hurley, Noah McClure, Katelyn Miller, Madison Miller, Molly Parker Robinson, Evan Smith, Taylor Toon, and Quaid Watwood.

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