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Biomedical Seniors Advance in Samsung Competition

Senior students in the Wayne High Biomedical program were recently notified that their project is one of one hundred nationwide advancing into the next round of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition. Wayne High is the only school in WV to advance.

Top teams in each state were selected for their outstanding activity plan proposals outlining how students will execute their Samsung Solve for Tomorrow project using STEM.

Each State Winner school will receive $15,000 in technology and classroom materials and will advance in the contest for the opportunity to win additional prizes and educational opportunities.

Over the next two months, State Winners will develop their STEM prototypes and submit a three-minute video that showcases their project in action for a chance to be named one of 20 National Finalist schools in March.

-Mr. Gibbs

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