TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- Some Seaman High School students have two reasons to be very proud of themselves.
Seaman has taken first and third place in an invitational science and pharmacy competition!
Schools from across the country could submit projects in which students would solve a problem in the pharmacy community.
Trenton Miller, Robert Horton, and Tatiana Schafer took first., and now have an all expenses paid trip to Washington D.C.
Their project was called "The Pill To Survive" and designed a solution to the problem of non-adherence to medication....
Katelyn Rollins, Wyatt Goacher, and Kendall and Carleigh Konrade won third.
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