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Bemidji, Cass Lake-Bena students named to 2022 NMRC All-Academic Team

The Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference recently announced 81 students representing the 2022 Conference All-Academic Team.

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BEMIDJI – The Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference recently announced 81 students representing the 2022 Conference All-Academic Team.

The NMRC All-Academic Award program recognizes the academic excellence of participating high school students who must possess a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the current academic year.

“We at the NMRC are delighted to celebrate the great academic accomplishments that our students have made,” a release said.

Open to grades 9-12, students must also meet all varsity-level lettering requirements set by their team or school district.

Eight students were recognized from the Bemidji High School “RoboJacks” including Abigail Johnson, Abigail Termont, Abigail Burrow, Avery Gieser, Alya Nemis-Ibrahim, Sophie Riewer, Elliot Gieser and Samuel Maus.

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Cass Lake-Bena High School recognized students from two of their teams. Students from “The Accelerators” include Mackenzie Stoebner, Caraira Jensen, Kaylin Jensen and Eowyn Post. Representing “The Regulators” are Taylor Dahl, Thorn Post and Dru Jones.

More information can be found at www.nmrconference.org .

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