Goshen High School poised to win national contest

Goshen High School engineering teacher Jen Yoder gathers ideas with school’s Student Technology Association as the school was named a state finalist for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.

GOSHEN — Goshen High School is one of five schools in Indiana chosen as a state finalists for a portion of the $2 million Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.

As recently announced, five schools from each state were selected as finalists for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a nationwide competition that challenges students in grades 6-12 to apply STEM – science technology, engineering and math – skills to find creative solutions to real-world issues impacting their local communities.

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Folks, we just put another rover on Mars. Storm water runoff is only a problem ? The storm water runoff problem has to be solved because it has to be done within limitations of available taxation / money. Just print /digitize the money out of thin air like the corporate imperialists do to invade third world countries and steal resources and many problems would just go away / easily be dealt with. Folks, look at all of the tax funded research that has turned to magnificent outcomes. Storm water runoff ? Really ?


Thanks Randy for the wonderful respite from the "corporate imperialists" term. It was a blessing. EH FOLKS?


Every post he makes is essentially the same thing over and over and over again. I'm really suprised a smart guy like you even reads his repetitious drivel anymore.


It is great to see our schools offering opportunities for students to choose to be challenged. Ideally every student needs opportunities to be involved in challenging and rewarding collaborative team learning that solves a real problem. It is good to see these kind of initiatives in our schools. Excellent teaching. Might work for every classroom include some ways to creatively do something similar as part of the learning routine?

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