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From left, Jake Grossner, Jacob Bailey and Britten Coates stand under a CAD drawing of a shape table Grossner drew as part of the national Christopher Columbus Awards contest they entered on a team that includes Joss Bathke (not pictured). The four seventh-graders proposed a mobile lab equipped with tools an occupational therapist could use at rural Kansas schools.

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Baldwin Junior High team hopes to improve lives of autistic students

Four Baldwin Junior High School students are awaiting word on whether their entry into a U.S. Department of Defense-sponsored contest will earn them a summer trip to Disney World. Should the team earn the trip and go on to win the national contest, the real winners could be young autistic students in central Kansas.


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