Four students Phoenix-bound for engineering fair

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Four students Phoenix-bound for engineering fair

Engineering students competed at the Idaho Science and Engineering Fair in Coeur d'Alene March 1.

Engineering students competed at the Idaho Science and Engineering Fair in Coeur d'Alene March 1.

Courtesy of Dr. Terri Varnado

Engineering students competed at the Idaho Science and Engineering Fair in Coeur d'Alene March 1.

Courtesy of Dr. Terri Varnado

Courtesy of Dr. Terri Varnado

Engineering students competed at the Idaho Science and Engineering Fair in Coeur d'Alene March 1.

Emilee McVey, Reporter

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On March 1, 28 LHS students attended the Idaho Science and Engineering Fair in Coeur d’ Alene. It was one of three qualifiers for the International Science and Engineering Fair that will take place in May in Phoenix, Arizona.

Kyle Fiske, Jaiden Caviness and Kit Pancheri won a gold medal in the engineering category and came in fourth place overall. They received an all-expenses-paid trip to the international competition in Phoenix to observe the fair.

Lindsey Stachofsky, Ashley Corrigan and Drew Terry won gold on their “Water to Fuel to Water” project, and PJ Schlangen won gold in Engineering.

LHS will host the second annual Engineering Expo later this spring, where anyone interested can see the final projects from students that attended the Coeur d’ Alene fair.

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