STLP Groups from both Campbell Junior High and GRC High School recently competed in the State Competition at Heritage Hall and Rupp Arena in Lexington.  The groups had qualified for this competition by successfully presenting projects at the Regional STLP Showcase competition back in the fall.

Three separate STLP Showcase groups from Campbell qualified for State; their project titles included "Reading Buddies", "Art With Heart", and "Homework Help".  The "Reading Buddies" group - while presenting at the State Competition - also garnered the additional honor of being selected as a "Level 3" project, an honor that no Clark County STLP project has earned in over five years.

One Showcase group from GRC also qualified for the State competition; their project was entitled, "Renew Clark County".  STLP students from GRC also competed in the additional categories of Blogger Corps, Digital Photo, Cinemania, and Girls Can Code.

STLP stands for "Student Technology Leadership Program," and this program gives students state-wide a venue for creating and showing projects that integrate technology into education and learning.  Students involved in STLP can create projects, products, or services as part of the program and then demonstrate their learning by competing in various event categories, including instructional, technical, or community development projects.  They can also create digital content such as digital art, photography, design, programming, app development, and robotics; and they can compete in technical services, like student help desk, network engineering, and wireless applications.

Congratulations to all of the STLP students from our district who qualified for State... RDC, GRC, and all of Clark County Public Schools are proud of you!

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CCPS STLP students at State Competition

CCPS STLP students at State Competition

CCPS STLP students at State Competition

CCPS STLP students at State Competition

CCPS STLP students at State Competition

CCPS STLP students at State Competition

CCPS STLP students at State Competition