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THOMAS â€” Inventors in Snake River schools are alive and well.
Snake River students won more than one-third of the ribbons available to third through sixth graders at Invent Idaho. Parents took the projects to Coeur d'Alene for the state competition last Saturday.
"[Snake River] dominated the competition," said parent John Warren.
There are five categories in the Invent idaho competition. These are: Adaptations, Gadgets & Games, Jules Verne, Non-Working Models and Working Models.
Students were awarded ribbons for first, second or third place. Of the 21 projects taken to the state competition, Snake River students claimed 11 ribbons.
See Saturday's Morning News for the full story.