Students face off in 'Solve for Tomorrow' competition on 'GMA'

Thousands of schools submitted projects focused on bettering their communities through STEAM (science, technology, education, arts and math) to win a $150,000 prize from "GMA" sponsor Samsung.
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the winnersf the Ung solve for tomorrow educati competition.our sponsor samsunad thousands of schools nationwide submit project focused on better their communities THR S.M. A they had their final presentations presented to a panel of judges. Right now all here to findut which three schools will be taking home the grand prize of $150,000 in telogy. So are we ready? Rlease. The first big winner, Ashland middleool from Kentucky. congratula Aubrey. Ye T us about your project. Okayo wee a few miles from the capital of the nation so we ced a prototype with T 3D design and modeling class and printers to help collect drug paraphernalia to protect first responders. Very impressi we get the next winners, congratulations. All T. Drum roll, please. The second big W Thomas Jefferson school in north Carolina. [ Cheers and applause hi, gentn. Hi. Hey. What will -- tell M a your project. So our city winston-salem has 10 to 1 events and the ud states 85 deathslly from flooding. O-thirds a people trapped in their cars made a gate that automatically shuts offds wh the W level reaches sixin and opens up again when it recedes. Really rkable. Two schools making youress Yo message as our robinys. Congratulas. Tnk you. We have bun more er. Last but not least the drum roll, please. Ni middle school from new Jersey. Come on down. Hello, gentlemen. Josh, M about your project. Son N lately one of ou best friended received a cosion so we created a way to help theissue. We created a sensor that anaxle roller that detects it and is sent through bluetooth an a we designed to alertcoach or trainer on the field that a player received a concussion. Unbelievab thank you, guys.congratulati we do want to say the schools D not make the top three still are nners. They will all get $50,000 of saghnologyorir schools and that I notit. Bring it on out, guys. Allf you are getting these. These are the brand-new Samsung galaxy with a 10.1 -- ere's a penake notes to even customize animations. All of you are winners. Wehank you so much for your contributions. Really impressive work.

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