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Tribal Councilman Bobby Oxendine with a group of Prospect School


Tribal Councilman Bobby Oxendine with a group of Prospect School students who recently competed in the county’s Battle of the Books competition. Councilman Oxendine and a local business owner sponsored a pizza dinner for the students last week at the Pembroke town park. Prospect Elementary School took third place, defeating Deep Branch Elementary in an additional round after the two schools were tied.The three-day competition tested the knowledge of students from 15 elementary schools across the Public Schools of Robeson County. The students read and were quizzed on 18 books in preparation for the event. Congratulations to the Prospect School students on a job well done. who recently competed in the county’s Battle of the Books competition. Councilman Oxendine and a local business owner sponsored a pizza dinner for the students last week at the Pembroke town park. Prospect Elementary School took third place, defeating Deep Branch Elementary in an additional round after the two schools were tied.The three-day competition tested the knowledge of students from 15 elementary schools across the Public Schools of Robeson County.

The students read and were quizzed on 18 books in preparation for the event. Congratulations to the Prospect School students on a job well done.

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