There’s a program called the “Samsung Solve For Tomorrow” contest, which is a nationwide grant competition to show how math and science can help our environment. I saw the story on YNN. It’s a challenge for students across the country. A school district not far from the Albany area is. Out of the top 25 schools in the country, Schoharie High School one of the 12 semifinalists in the essay competition part of the contest.

The students from Schoharie High made a video and talked about the devastation that was left behind from tropical storm Irene and the remnants of Lee, last August. If they win, the school district could win up to $100,000 dollars towards technology for the school. You can help by voting at the link -  “Samsung Solve For Tomorrow” contest .

Here's the video:

Please make sure that you vote for them.

You have until Monday, March 12 to help support one of our local school districts. We wish them the best of luck, especially since this was one the hardest hit areas from the storms.