Dawson High School, Pearland Junior High West and Rogers Middle School will represent Texas at the 2022 Future Problem Solving Program International Conference to be held June 8-12 in Amherst, Massachusetts. At the Texas State Bowl, DHS took the top two spots in Community Problem Solving as well as two of the top three spots in Global Issue Problem Solving (GIPS). PJH West’s Kara Li won the Individual GIPS competition and Rogers won the GIPS junior team division.
Pearland Independent School District students did the math to rack up multiple successes at the Texas Math and Science Coaches Association (TMSCA) state competition on April 2 in San Antonio with a record number of 113 competing students.
A total of 109 students from Dawson High School, Pearland Junior High East, Pearland Junior High West, Alexander Middle School, Rogers Middle School and Sablatura Middle School have recently qualified to participate in the Future Problem Solving State Bowl to be held in Waco, TX, on April 8-10. Two Dawson High School teams won the top two Community Problem Solving spots in Texas at the state qualifier competition, earning entries to the Future Problem Solving Program’s international competition to be held in June.