The average adult relies on Google Maps to get them to their destination, their calculator for simple math problems and autocorrect for spelling errors. What if they had to memorize the entire U.S. highway system, do mind-bending math equations or spell incredibly complex words - backwards - all on their own? What if they had to do this against the clock? Jack Garrison, a sixth grader at BMS, beat out thousands of kids across the country to compete in the NBC show Genius Junior on April 29th. Tune-in to see Jack display his knowledge ranging from presidential history to mathematics at 9pm, channel 5, Sunday night. Go Jack!