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Flagler Schools Future Problem Solvers soar at international competition

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The FPCHS Reaching for Relief team earned the Grand Champion Senior Division award.
by: Paige Wilson Community Editor

Flagler Schools' brightest competed against students from around the globe at the Future Problem Solving Program International competition held at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on June 7 to 11. 

Bunnell Elementary grade 6 teacher Jennifer Colindres said she was overjoyed for the students she coached this past year.

"I actually cried," Colindres said. "Just to be there was a humbling experience. It just makes you so proud."

The winners:

Reaching for Relief (FPCHS)

Grand Champion Senior Division

The team: Sierra Bice, Nicole Perilli, Kayla Colandrea, Mia Scarcella, Ethan Bellinger and Rida Muneer

http://fpcreachingforrelief.wixsite.com/reachingforrelief

https://www.gofundme.com/ReachingForRelief

 

Project A.C.T.E.D. (Bunnell Elementary)

2nd place in their division

The Adolescents Coping Through Effects of Divorce project team: Jack Gilvary, Chloe Long, Zachary Bennett, Josephine D'Elia and Grant McMillan

https://www.gofundme.com/fps-acted

 

Pandemic Project (FPCHS)

1st place Senior Community Problem Solving division in the category of Environment and Human Services

The team: Aaron Carll, Jayson Dwyer, Janine Jao, Sarah Main, Michael Pierre and Zach Verdi

Project Pandemic has brought seven bat houses to the Palm Coast community in order to deter vector-borne diseases, like Zika.  They were able to donate an additional bat house to the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse.

http://www.fpspi.org/cmpsinaction.html

 

Global Issues Problem Solving (Bunnell Elemenatary)

5th place Global Issues (Juniors)

The team: Matthew Nevod, Tristan Skinner, Veronica King and Lucy Noble

 

Daniella Fernandes (Bunnell Elementary)

3rd place Multi-school Affiliate Global Issues Competition (MAGIC)

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