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The AMS Solve for Tomorrow team met with Senator Mitch McConnell in Washington D.C. on Wednesday 5/16/18. AMS Samsung team was honored by the Mayor and City commissioners. The AMS parade gets ready to go. AMS wins addition $20,000 as the community choice winner. AMS Parade AMS named Samsung Solve for Tomorrow National Champions AMS Samsung Solve for Tomorrow team appears on Good Morning America Wednesday, April 11th. AMS Samsung Solve for Tomorrow presentation team. AMS Samsung team members meet with the Ashland Police Department regarding their project. Samsung Solve for Tomorrow team members present in the rotunda at the Capitol. Congratulations to Ashland Middle School for being named a National Top 10 Finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition. Congratulations to Ashland Middle School for being selected as a National Top 10 Finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition.  As a national finalist the school will receive $50,000 in equipment from Samsung. Congratulations to Ashland Middle for being name the Kentucky Winner in the Samsung Solve for tomorrow competition.  As the state winner the school will receive $25,000 in equipment from Samsung. Ashland Middle School robotics team Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles placed second in regional competition. Ashland Middle School Robotics team the Savage Narwhals won first place in the Regional RCX competition.

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AMS receives third state Samsung title

Ashland Middle School Named a Kentucky State Winner
in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest  

Selected from thousands of entries nationwide, Ashland Middle School has been named a Kentucky state winner in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest for its proposed project called “No Child Left Behind.” Students plan to address “shelter in place” emergency evacuation procedures in multilevel structures.

The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest encourages teachers and students to solve real-world issues in their community using classroom skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Ashland Middle School is among the nation’s 100 state winners and will receive $15,000 in technology for its achievement.

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