J.M Alexander to represent N.C. at national Future City Competition
by Staff Writer
The middle school fielded three teams, one for each sixth, seventh and eighth grades, at the Jan. 21 competition held at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. The eighth-grade team will go on to represent North Carolina at the national Future City Competition in Washington D.C., Feb. 17-21.
The eighth-grade teams also won two special awards for best essay and best model, while the sixth-grade team took home an award for creating the most sustainable buildings.