A team of sixth-grade students from Wadsworth Elementary School are competing this weekend in a regional competition of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science’s National Science Bowl.
Lonneke Selman, Sarah Metscher, Dillon Flaschner and Joseph Pizzuto earned the right to go based on their dedication and participation in the Science Olympiad competition a few weeks ago.
Regional winners will earn fully paid trips to Washington, D.C., for the National Finals, scheduled for April 25-29.
+ Flagler Palm Coast forms alumni association
Flagler Palm Coast High School has formed an official alumni association. The goal is to connect with graduates, look at pictures and stay informed of events for FPC’s alumni.
On the website, www.fpchsalumni.com, graduates can register to receive news pertaining to events for each graduating class.Old yearbooks can also be purchased for $40 in case graduates missed out on buying one while still a student at FPC.
+ Top STEM students recognized
Benjamin Jones, of Flagler Palm Coast High School, was recognized as one of North Florida’s highest-achieving science, technology, engineering and mathematics students at the 2013 Sunshine State Scholars program.
The two-day awards and recruitment event celebrated the accomplishments of elite students and provided a venue for Florida’s colleges and universities to recruit their talents.
Each school district selected the top 11th-grade STEM scholar to participate.
+ In the spotlight: Mr. and Miss Matanzas take the stage on March 5
The marketing classes and DECA members at Matanzas High School will be producing the seventh-annual Mr. and Miss Matanzas 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, in the Pirate Theater.
Participants all have no referrals, good attendance, a GPA of 2.0 or higher and the will to serve as a role model for all of Matanzas.
The winners will serve as the Matanzas representatives for their senior year.
There will be one performance during the day for students and one in the evening, where the winners will be announced.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children.