Math wizardís up for Presidental Award

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January 31, 2007 at 12:47 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Math wizardís up for Presidental Award
Photo: Courtesy of R.K. Smith Middle School
LULING - Ranell Troxler, a math teacher at Raymond K. Smith Middle School, was honored at a BESE Board meeting as being a finalist for Louisiana's Presidential Award for Math.

Shown in the picture are Glenny Lee Buquet, board representative for St. Charles Parish, . Ranell Troxler, Linda Johnson, board president, and Dianne Powell, R. K. Smith principal.




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