Phantom Challenge

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Bayport-Blue Point High School students were recently able to present tentative business ideas and products to district administration, Board members and local business owners during the school’s fourth annual Phantom Challenge competition. The event is sponsored by the Perri-Marchan scholarship program and the Bayport-Blue Point Chamber of Commerce.

Throughout the course of the evening, the following students presented their innovative projects to the judges - Abigail Auwaerter, Elizabeth Auwaerter, Sucheta Ghandi, Madyson Gillanders, Derian Nasca, Lauren Remy and Kyle Spano.

The students’ projects included a “Park My Ride” parking application to help navigate cities and towns, and the idea of a “Culture Craze” which would bring students together for a night of cultural appreciation at participating schools.

The night’s top prize went to “Turtle Travel,” a series of space-saving compression suitcases; the runner-up was the “Med-Id,” a computer chip containing valuable medical information. The “Spray and Sun” sunscreen spray booth was named second runner-up. The district congratulates all student participants for their fantastic projects.