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A team comprised of students Boston, Maegan, Joye and Caleb and calling themselves the Angry Bookworms repeated as the school's champion and represented Powdersville Elementary School in the district “Battle of the Books” competition held May 19 at Powdersville Elementary School.
A team comprised of students Boston, Maegan, Joye and Caleb and calling themselves the Angry Bookworms repeated as the school's champion and represented Powdersville Elementary School in the district “Battle of the Books” competition held May 19 at Powdersville Elementary School.
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GREENVILLE — Powdersville Elementary School held its third annual “Battle of the Books” competition in the school’s multi-purpose room facility on May 15.


Seven teams of students composed of fourth and fifth grade students competed to determine the school’s overall champion. These students have been reading the 20 South Carolina Children’s Book Award nominees throughout the year and answered questions about these books throughout the competition.


“This competition has grown in popularity each year and has really become a big deal at our school,” said assistant principal Brad Moore.


A team comprised of students Boston, Maegan, Joye and Caleb and calling themselves the Angry Bookworms repeated as the school’s champion and represented Powdersville Elementary School in the district “Battle of the Books” competition held May 19 at Powdersville Elementary School.


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