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Students working on an alternate Cohen Stadium Waterpark based off the epic poem "The Odyssey". They presented to our District 4 Representative Dr. Sam Morgan on May 16, 2019. Irving High is in El Paso. TX.

Uploaded on 05.19.2019 by Gabriela Maynes

Northeast / Tobin Park, (2010 - 2019), Education

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  • Irving High

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