Central Elementary School’s Knowledge Masters Open team took first in the state in the recent competition. They are, from left, Katarina Ramirez, Cheyanne Parson, Honesti Calderon, Omar Renteria, Ziana Simonton, Nayeli Renteria, Demree Alvarado and Jerlisah DeLaRosa. See Page 5 for Yucca, Hermosa and Roselawn KMO participants. Grace Miller - Daily Press

Central Elementary School’s Knowledge Masters Open team took first in the state in the recent competition. They are, from left, Katarina Ramirez, Cheyanne Parson, Honesti Calderon, Omar Renteria, Ziana Simonton, Nayeli Renteria, Demree Alvarado and Jerlisah DeLaRosa. See Page 5 for Yucca, Hermosa and Roselawn KMO participants.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Enrichment students from Central Elementary School took first place in the state, fourth in the nation, in the recent Knowledge Masters Open (KMO).
KMO is an academic competition that has taken place for the past 30 years, beginning in 1983 with high school and junior high divisions. Middle school was added in 1987, and the fifth- and sixth-grade KMO came aboard in 1988. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.