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Student trips approved by school board

 


The Grand Coulee Dam School District board approved two trips for students and chaperones at Monday’s board meeting.

Victor Camarena, project coordinator for Step Pipeline to the Future at Lake Roosevelt High School, is in charge of both trips.

On March 21-23, Camarena will take four students to the National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair in Albuquerque, NM.

Going on that trip are Abe Batten, Brady Black, Lukas Hermetz and Corbin Wilder.

Batten and Black will be presenters at the fair and will mentor Hermetz and Wilder, who will carry on with the work they have been doing.

March 25, 13 students along with teachers Camarena and Donna Tottman, will make the trip to the University of Washington campus in Seattle for a special math day.

Students making that trip are Hermetz, Wilder, Josh Wilder, Sydney Matheson, Coltin Williams, Oscar Pakootas, Jazmine Sumner, Brandin Smith, Mary Ann Matheson, Cheyenne Kelly Marconi, Jazmyne Marchand, Charli Knight and Hillary Carriere.

 

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