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Dozens of STLP Projects Advance to 2023 State Competition

Fayette County Public Schools congratulates these schools whose team projects advance from the regional to 2023 state competition in the Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP).


  • Ashland: Digital Flashcards for Economics Vocabulary; Lost and Found Website; and Online Art Gallery
  • Athens-Chilesburg: Coding Club 2.0; and Holidays around the World
  • Brenda Cowan: Virtual 360 BCE
  • Cardinal Valley: Culture Corner; Spreading Sunshine; and The World within Our Walls
  • Coventry Oak: All about COE; Digital Portfolios; Online Lost & Found; and Sewer Solutions
  • Garrett Morgan: Leading the Pack
  • Julius Marks: Food Waste Warriors -- Composting at JME; and We Need Trees -- JME Arboretum
  • Lansdowne: Lansdowne’s Morning Announcement Crew
  • Meadowthorpe: Fashion Robot; Monarch Butterflies; and School Lunch
  • Millcreek: TALME Tech Support Team
  • Sandersville: Sharkcast; and The World of Sandersville
  • Stonewall: Our Podcast; VR for VI; and We Can Help
  • Wellington: CEOs (Cleaning, Editing, Organizing); Wellington Clean Club; Wellington Lost and Found; and Wellington News
  • William Wells Brown: Natural Disaster PSA


  • Crawford: Crawford Service to Teachers; and Crawford W-CMS News
  • Leestown: GSA Accepts All
  • SCAPA at Bluegrass: A Day in the Life of a SCAPA Student; Chit Chat; Decreasing the Annual Fee of Tipping of School Dumpsters: An STLP Invention; and Recycling Right


  • Frederick Douglass: Bronco Sports; and Technical Center Outreach
  • Lafayette: Creative Controllers; and Utilizing Thermogenic Polymers to Eradicate Urban Heat
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar: Unity

Other Programs

  • Carter G. Woodson Academy: Digital Music Production
  • Rise STEM Academy for Girls: I am a Rise Scholar; Let’s Rebuild; Our Rise Story will Charm You; and Rise and Shine!
  • STEAM Academy: Empowering Student Voice through Journalism
  • The Learning Center: Living Yearbook

The STLP State Championships are April 19 at the Central Bank Center in downtown Lexington.

Contact: Kelly Fischer, district digital learning coach

Posted Jan. 17, 2023