Be sure to vote for Kennedy Middle Schools' student-made video on composting in a contest sponsored by Samsung. Voting ends tomorrow.
Samsung Solve For Tomorrow
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Vote for Kennedy Middle School in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest and the school could win $70,000 in technology.
Monday, February 11, 2013
A group of 6th graders at the Kennedy Middle School won $40,000 worth of technology in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest, and now public voting is open to determine who will win an additional $70,000.
The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest encourages students to find a problem in their community and use science, math and technology to solve it. Kennedy Middle School 6th graders entered the contest this year with a video about composting in Natick and out of over 1,600 entries they were chosen as one of the top 15 entries, winning $40,000 in technology for the school. Now, five of the top 15 finalists in the contest have an opportunity to win an additional $70,000. Four will be determined by a panel of judges, while one will be chosen by public online voting (just scroll until you see Kennedy Middle School to vote). "Overall, the idea of the composting project was derived in a professional development class grades 6-8th grade teachers …