Daphne High finalist in national STEM contest

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Posted 12/23/22

Members of the Daphne High School Trojans Agriculture Science classes are state finalists for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Award.The program has been named one of 300 state finalists in the …

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Daphne High finalist in national STEM contest

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Members of the Daphne High School Trojans Agriculture Science classes are state finalists for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Award.

The program has been named one of 300 state finalists in the 13th-annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition. The winner will receive a $2,500 prize package.

Solve for Tomorrow is a national competition that challenges U.S. public school students in grades 6-12 to explore the role science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) can play in solving some of the biggest issues in their local communities.

The competition engages students in active, hands-on learning that can be applied to real-world problems – making STEM more tangible and showcasing its value beyond the classroom.

Students participating in this year's competition have entered their game-changing ideas to tackle geopolitical matters such as the war in Ukraine, climate change, school safety, personal safety, mental health, school bus commuting, and more.

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