Altair Maine

teacher, coach, North Hollywood High School

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North Hollywood High School’s science bowl teams cleaned up at last weekend’s regional competition, and are now headed to the nationals in DC to defend their title.

Science bowl: All questions are fair game. Can NoHo students win?

North Hollywood High School’s science bowl teams cleaned up at last weekend’s regional competition, and are now headed to the nationals in DC to defend their title.

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