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April 4, 2018
After months of preparation, over 300 Flagler Schools students traveled to Orlando on March 25-28 to compete at the Future Problem Solvers state competition. The following groups walked away with ribbons, medals and trophies to show their success.
Some of FPS/Community Problem Solvers teams and participants have also been invited to the FPS International Conference on June 6-10, 2018 at the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. Those invited are noted below.
Flagler School Board member Andy Dance attended the state competition with students to support and help them. “I’ve been going for a few years, but each year is different,” Dance said. “It’s new teams and new projects. It’s really just very heartwarming to see the students working to improve their community in the CmPS projects and then on the writing skills, just to progress in their skills in FPS.”
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April 4, 2017
The following is a summary of Flagler County School District students (categorized by school) that excelled at the recent Future Problem Solving (FPS) State competition, March 26-29 at the Double Tree Resort in Orlando, Florida. The students highlighted in yellow have been invited to attend the prestigious Future Problem Solving Program International competition in June at the campus of the University of Wisconsin/Lacrosse.
Thank you for visiting FlaglerFPS.com. Along with our Facebook page, this is the central communication portal for our FPS students, parents and coaches throughout the Flagler School District.
Our first goal for 2015 is getting as many of our eligible students to the International Competition in Ames, Iowa this summer as possible. District policy does not allow for student and coach expenses for international competitions to come out of the District’s general fund, so fundraising is a critical issue for the FPS students, families and coaches.
The more dollars this group can raise, the less it will cost each student out of their family’s pocket. FPSP of Flagler County was created with this annual expense in mind. We understand that one county-wide fundraising entity will be more successful in fundraising than 10 separate entities all competing against each other for the same limited funding sources.
Thank you again for visiting, and please take a look around our site. Please consider a donation or sponsorship. Our school district leaders and community are very proud of our students and coaches and their accomplishments. We want to give them an opportunity to compete against the very best competition from around the world this summer!