05.01.19 / Solve for Tomorrow

[Gallery] 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Washington D.C. Events

Students and teachers from the 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow champion teams, Owensville High School in Missouri, Holly Grove Middle School in North Carolina and Deep Creek Middle School in Virginia, met with their Congressional representatives and showcased their STEM innovation prototypes May 1 – 2, 2019 in Washington D.C. Each team was awarded a Grand Prize of $100,000 in Samsung technology and supplies for their school.

  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team with Senator Roy Blunt
    Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team with Senator Roy Blunt
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team Washington D.C.
    Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team Washington D.C.
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville Washington DC
    Solve for Tomorrow Owensville Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow team Owensville in Washington DC
    Solve for Tomorrow team Owensville in Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team in Washington DC
    Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team in Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensvill team in Washington DC
    Solve for Tomorrow Owensvill team in Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team in Washington DC
    Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team in Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team in Washington DC
    Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team in Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team on Capitol Hill
    Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team on Capitol Hill
  • Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
    Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Owensville Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
    Owensville Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
    Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
    Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Deep Creek solve for tomorrow team Washington DC
    Deep Creek solve for tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
    Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
    Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Holly Grove Middle School Washington DC
    Solve for Tomorrow Holly Grove Middle School Washington DC
  • Deep Creek Middle School Solve for Tomorrow Washington D.C.
    Deep Creek Middle School Solve for Tomorrow Washington D.C.
  • Owensville High School Solve for Tomorrow Washington DC
    Owensville High School Solve for Tomorrow Washington DC
  • 2019 Solve for Tomorrow Capitol Hill Photo
    2019 Solve for Tomorrow Capitol Hill Photo
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team with Senator Roy Blunt
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team Washington D.C.
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow team Owensville in Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team in Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensvill team in Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Owensville team in Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team in Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team on Capitol Hill
  • Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Owensville Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Deep Creek Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Deep Creek solve for tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Holly Grove Solve for Tomorrow team Washington DC
  • Solve for Tomorrow Holly Grove Middle School Washington DC
  • Deep Creek Middle School Solve for Tomorrow Washington D.C.
  • Owensville High School Solve for Tomorrow Washington DC
  • 2019 Solve for Tomorrow Capitol Hill Photo
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO, met with Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) to discuss their winning STEM project idea that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO, demonstrates their door lock prototype for Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO). The students won the STEM contest for their project idea that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO met with Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO-3) to discuss their winning STEM project idea that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO, demonstrates their door lock prototype for Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO-3). The students won the STEM contest for their project idea that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO met with Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO-3) to discuss their winning STEM project idea that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO, demonstrates their door lock prototype for Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO). The students won the STEM contest for their project idea that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO met with Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) to discuss their winning STEM project idea that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Holly Grove Middle School in Holly Springs, NC met with Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a smart school bus stop sign built to reduce stop-arm violations and decrease pedestrian accidents.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Holly Grove Middle School in Holly Springs, NC met with congressional representatives on Capitol Hill to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a smart school bus stop sign built to reduce stop-arm violations and decrease pedestrian accidents.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Deep Creek Middle School in Chesapeake, VA met with congressional representatives on Capitol Hill to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a website and app that matches students in need and who have poor vision with free eye exams and prescription glasses.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO met with congressional representatives to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a door lock that addresses school safety.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Deep Creek Middle School in Chesapeake, VA shares a moment of celebration after meeting with congressional representatives on Capitol Hill to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a website and app that matches students in need and who have poor vision with free eye exams and prescription glasses.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Deep Creek Middle School in Chesapeake, VA met with Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a website and app that matches students in need and who have poor vision with free eye exams and prescription glasses.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Deep Creek Middle School in Chesapeake, VA met with staff members of Senator Mark Warner's (D-VA) office to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a website and app that matches students in need and who have poor vision with free eye exams and prescription glasses.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Holly Grove Middle School in Holly Springs, NC met with Congressman George Holding (R-NC-2) to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a smart school bus stop sign built to reduce stop-arm violations and decrease pedestrian accidents.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Holly Grove Middle School in Holly Springs, NC met with Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) to discuss their winning STEM project idea, a smart school bus stop sign built to reduce stop-arm violations and decrease pedestrian accidents.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Holly Grove Middle School in Holly Springs, NC set up for CES on the Hill to showcase their STEM project prototype, a smart school bus stop sign built to reduce stop-arm violations and decrease pedestrian accidents.
  • Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA-4) meets with the Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Deep Creek Middle School in Chesapeake, VA during the CES on the Hill event in Washington DC on May 1, 2019.
  • The Solve for Tomorrow winning team from Owensville High School in Owensville, MO is interviewed by C-SPAN while showcasing their winning STEM project prototype at CES on the Hill in Washington DC on May 1, 2019.
  • The 2019 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow winning teams from Owensville High School in Missouri, Holly Grove Middle School in North Carolina and Deep Creek Middle School in Virginia gather outside the U.S. Capitol building before meeting with their congressional representatives.
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