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The NOMS Future Problem Solving team met with Gov. Steve Beshear to be recognized for winning a world championship title in FPS. The NOMS team of Erin Biddle, Ryan Biddle, Libby Foster and Mark Ge won first place in the junior division of global issues problem solving. They competed against 58 teams from 38 states and 13 countries. The conference drew about 3,000 students from 13 countries, including Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and many states across the U.S. It is the first Oldham County Schools team to make it to the international competition. Teams had to qualify for the international tournament through regional and state competitions. Pictured, from left, Superintendent Will Wells, Erin Biddle, Ryan Biddle, Gov. Steve Beshear, Mark Ge, Libby Foster, parent volunteer Julie Foster and NOMS Principal Carrie Pitsenberger.