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[ga] What's a "Cyberpatriot" - Twelve High Schools Star in CyberPatriot Competition

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  • Subject: [ga] What's a "Cyberpatriot" - Twelve High Schools Star in CyberPatriot Competition
  • From: "Jeffrey A. Williams" <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 15:11:30 -0600 (GMT-06:00)

Eric and all,

  Glad to see that a San Diego high school made the cut
as did on High school in Texas!  >;)  So what's a 
"Cyberpatriot"?  Seems like a new designation of some
sort.  I noticed that no high school in New York made the
final cut.  Milton can you perhaps shed some light on that? >;)


--Twelve High Schools Star in CyberPatriot Competition
The Air Force Association announced that twelve high schools advanced
to the final round of the CyberPatriot competition. Hundreds of schools
competed online in the first two rounds. These high schools will compete
in a live competition outside Washington DC at the end of March.  The
competition is supported by Northrop Grumman and SAIC.
    California (5)
      LAUSD/ Franklin High School Open 1 - Fernandez-Los Angeles
      LAUSD/ Locke High School - Open 1 - Taylor-Torrance
      Palos Verdes Peninsula High School-Rolling Hills Estates
      Poway High School Robotics Club-Poway
      Westview High School-San Diego
    Oklahoma (2)
      Great Plains Technology Center-Lawton
      Lakewood Christian School-McAlester
    Colorado (1) 
      Rangeview High School -Berger-Aurora
    Indiana (1)
      Park Tudor School-Indianapolis
    New Jersey (1)
      Red Bank Regional High School-Little Silver
    Texas (1)
      Alamo Academies - Matuszek-San Antonio
    Washington (1)
      John R. Rogers-Spokane

Kindest Regards,

Jeffrey A. Williams
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