Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation Announces More Winners In The Superintendent’s Project Challenge


Los Alamos High School student Yunseo received a prize for her entry ‘Spreading Smiles Through Music :)’ Photo Courtesy LAPSF


School parking lots are empty and playgrounds strangely quiet but being at home hasn’t stopped students from continuing to work hard to learn, including creating interesting projects.  Many new winners have been selected in the Superintendent’s Project Challenge.  The third round included forty-seven new entries.  Check out the latest projects here.  

Prizes are funded by Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation through donations from our generous community which is committed to excellent education. So far, more than $3,500 in prizes has been awarded.

Congratulations to the winners in the third round:

Category 1 (K, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades)
Atticus Kozimor “Mr. Seal”
Evelyn Fobes “Ve the Robot: A Short Story and Puppet Show”

Category 2 (4th, 5th and 6th grades)
Connor Lattimore “EtchASketch
Payton Sutherland “The Swamp Biome”

Category 3 (Middle School)
Brayden Allen “Homemade RC Plane”
Daniel Kim “Beethoven Grande Sonata Pathetique Op.13 No.8 in C Minor Third Movement”
Isabelle Morgan “Shelter form the Weather”
Jayson Jones “Little Red Riding Hood—A Puppet Show!”
Keira Brown “Boardwalk of Hope”

Category 4 (High School)
Amaya Coblentz “Staying Connected Through Letter Writing”
Augustus Yeager “Black Sun”
Elijah Hanks “Hanks Family Dance”
Heidi Sheppard “Star Wars: The Corona Boredom”
Mikaela Brown “My Quarantine Garden”
Robyn Scully “Lyra Läuferlied”
Yunseo Kim “Spreading Smiles Through Music :)”

Category 5 (Group)
LAHS Hilltalkers “#SDSuitUpAnywayChallenge”
Lindsey, Sabrina and Shane Ferran “How to Make a Coronavirus Pinata”

All projects not yet selected will continue to be considered for prizes in the final round of the contest.  Winners for Round 4 will be announced on May 29.

To see student projects, make donations for prizes, and learn more about how LAPS Foundation partners with Los Alamos Public Schools to provide “extras” in education, visit lapsfoundation.com.