Francesco will represent Maple Road in Geography Bee

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Maple Road School Students in grades 4 through 6 competed in the school’s Geography Bee and the winner was Francesco Petrosillo. Runner-up was Ian Babitz. Classroom contestants did a wonderful job answering a host of national and international geography questions, according to fifth grade teacher Tricia Kane, who coordinated the event. Francesco will move on to represent Maple Road School in the West Milford School District’s Geography Bee. Pictured here are Maple Road School Principal Bill Kane, runner-up Ian Babitz, Geography Bee winner Francesco Petrosillo, and fifth grade teacher Tricia Kane.
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