Please check out what the team from Apollo in St. Cloud has been working on -- distracted driving.
They've been in the news... check the links below.
And the Results are In!
A complete breakdown of the day's results.
Congratulations to those invited to the IC -- we hope to see as many of you as possible!
Our thanks goes out to everyone who helped make the day happen -- from coaches to volunteers, to parents and bus drivers (and everyone else that isn't covered by those few categories). It can't happen without you and we appreciate what you do for MNFPSP and its participants.
Lastly, thanks to our hosts at Centennial Middle School in Lino Lakes.
Congrats to the Community Problem Solvers of Grandview Middle School in the Westonka Public Schools! They're addressing the topic of teen homelessness head-on and met with Representative Cindy Pugh at the Capitol in St. Paul. Congrats all around!
Please congratulate Christopher Meng, from Centennial Middle School on this excellent recognition!
Centennial Future Problem Solver Christopher Meng is the Minnesota Educators of the Gifted and Talented (MEGT) 2016 Star of the North awardee.
Christopher was recognized for academic achievement, leadership, and accomplishments in the performing arts.
In celebration of our 35th Anniversary, we proudly announce LEGACY MN FPS! LEGACY seeks to raise $10,000 annually by employing the POWER OF 100 – 100 donors giving $100 or more. The majority of the funds raised through LEGACY will be awarded as grants to Minnesota's future problem solvers! LEGACY will also establish a permanent endowment. Your donation to LEGACY MN FPS will help students today and help ensure that FPS is available to Minnesota students for another 35 years!
Any size donation is welcome! All donations are tax-deductible!
Attention all parents! January's Parent Newsletter is now available. Click on link below Parent Perspectives Jan 2016
MNFPSP is going to try something a little different this year -- a shorter, more frequent 'newsletter.'
The first issue is now available!
Topics include Student Representation on the MNFPSP board, LEGACY program giving, Give to the Max Day (Nov 12!), and the impact a Legacy Grant has had on one particular student.