Bishop’s students compete in bowl

Bishop’s School eighth-graders Adison Chang, Colin Garon, Tina Huang and Amanda Lipski participated in the 25th Annual Future Problem Solving Program State Bowl in the middle division at Sycamore Ridge Elementary School on April 24.

The Bishop’s School’s middle school team had to address a topic, prepare its research, and focus on solving the problem by demonstrating the ability to use the FPSP Six Step Model.

Jenny Chen, Class of 2014, competed in the event as an individual scenario writer.

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