SEM students head to national finals in Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest

School of Science and Engineering juniors Oziel De La Fuente, Meagin Montes, Laura Thompson, and Jonathan Snow are participating in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.
The contest focuses on how STEM can be applied to help improve the community. They were selected as a State Winner in the 2018-2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest and won the school $20,000 in technology and classroom supplies.
These students are now competing to become National Finalists in the next phase of the competition by working on a Silent Alarm System for school emergencies.
Learn more about the competition at:
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