Wayzata’s FPS Team Takes 1st at International Competition
The Wayzata High School Future Problem Solvers (FPS) team of seniors placed first in the Main Team division at the recent FPS International Competition.
The seniors on the team included Lydia Boike, Isaac Foote and Trisha Morrison. Senior Emily Chen was a part of the team through the regional and state rounds but could not join the team for what would be a winning competition, according to a school district release.
“Only about 3 percent of students involved in FPS ever make it to the International Competition in their entire careers, much less place at the competition,” the release said. “This WHS team has attended three of its four years in high school and this year, beat every other team for the win.”
The International Competition comprises the best teams from most of the states and many other countries around the world, the release said.
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