Movie could make money for Schoharie Central School District
The Schoharie Central School District needs you! The district is up for a prize worth $100,000, but they need you to vote for them to support the students. Kids have made a movie that's part of a grant competition by Samsung. Our Megan Cruz has the details.
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SCHOHARIE, N.Y. -- Kids have made a movie that's part of a grant competition by Samsung. The "Solve for Tomorrow” contest is a national competition that challenges students to show how science or math can help the environment.
Of all the schools in the country, Schoharie High School was chosen as the top 25 for the essay portion of this contest. They're now one of 12 semifinalists for their video. Students used their segment to talk about the devastation left behind in the region following Tropical Storm Irene and the remnants of Lee.
If you would like to help out, you can vote at samsung.com/solvefortomorrow.