Proudly displaying their award for being selected as one of the three final winners in the National Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest in Washington, D.C. Tuesday, April 26, (from left) Snowflake Junior High School teacher Michael Eilertsen and SJHS students Dylan Neff and Corynn Cottrell, the two students representing their 20 classmates, display their award with Ann Woo from Samsung and Principal Brian Hoopes. SJHS won $150,000 in technology for the school for their low-cost wildlife detection system to alert drivers of animals crossing the road to mitigate accidents. In the social media contest advocating for a charity of their choice, SJHS received the most votes and added another $20,000 in technology to their winnings. Their charity is the Phoenix Herpetological Society who will receive $15,000.
Proudly displaying their award for being selected as one of the three final winners in the National Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest in Washington, D.C. …
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