From left to right: Bree Falato, manager of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow program, Makayla Stewart, 6th grader at Nicholson Elementary in Picayune, Miss., Anna Lander, a high-school student from the Pearl County robotics team, and Maureen Pollitz, teacher at Nicholson, attended the ceremony on April 29, 2015 as national winners of the 2015 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest.
From left to right: Bree Falato, manager of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow program, Makayla Stewart, 6th grader at Nicholson Elementary in Picayune, Miss., Anna Lander, a high-school student from the Pearl County robotics team, and Maureen Pollitz, teacher at Nicholson, attended the ceremony on April 29, 2015 as national winners of the 2015 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. McClatchy
From left to right: Bree Falato, manager of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow program, Makayla Stewart, 6th grader at Nicholson Elementary in Picayune, Miss., Anna Lander, a high-school student from the Pearl County robotics team, and Maureen Pollitz, teacher at Nicholson, attended the ceremony on April 29, 2015 as national winners of the 2015 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. McClatchy

Mississippi sixth-graders build robot, win award

April 29, 2015 6:35 PM

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