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Shipbuilding competition

Students at Page Middle School competed in the 16th annual Ship Repair Digital LEGO Competition on March 22 at Nauticus in Norfolk. They placed fourth overall at finals and earned a $250 prize. Participation in the Virginia Ship Repair Foundation’s LEGO competition increases students’ mathematical, analytical and conceptual skills, as well as give them valuable information on an industry that is vital to their community. Shown at the competition are, front row from left, students Chase Chesterfield, Noah Potter, Gabriel Owens, Bryce Keeton, Ethan Stotts, Matthew Pryor, Violet Whitemarsh, Natalie Bos, Isla Hogge, Steffan Giddings and the team’s technical advisor Robbie Walker, President of Marine Chemist Service, Inc.; and, in back, VSRF Competition Chairperson Chris Murray and Page technology teacher Alex Witowski.

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