Randolph Community Middle School has been named one of 300 finalists selected from across the country in the 13th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition, receiving 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.
What’s next? Ms. Cardillo and her students will now submit lesson plans detailing how their proposed STEM project will address the identified community issue. 50 schools will advance to the next phase of the competition and receive $20,000 in technology and supplies, as well as a video kit to help document their project in action. Congratulations!
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