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ISMS finalist for state contest

November 25, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A county middle school is a state finalist in a contest that could net a large gain in technology for the winner.

Indian Springs Middle School is one of five finalists across Indiana in the Solve for Tomorrow competition, sponsored by Samsung. The contest is designed to increase science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning in local communities.

The contest is nationwide. The winning school from each state will receive a technology package valued at $20,000. The top 15 nationally will receive $35,000, with the top five earning a prize of $140,000.

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