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DHS selected as a state finalist for Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

The Dickinson High School robotics program was recently selected as a state finalist in the 10th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a $3 million nationwide competition that encourages 6th -12th grade students to creatively use STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills to solve a community challenge.

The robotics program was chosen based on the creative proposal submitted by DHS career and technical education teacher Sara Malloy to address waterway cleanup in the Dickinson bayou using STEM learning in the classroom. 

Each state finalist also received a Samsung tablet for classroom use and has the opportunity to advance through future phases of the contest to win additional prizes, which will be announced early next year.


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