The Oldham-Ramona School District has been selected as a state winner in a contest. The Oldham-Ramona School has been selected as a state winner for the Samsung-Solve for Tomorrow contest. The school district now moves on to the national round, competing against 51 state winners, with a chance to win an additional 50-thousand dollars. Ten states will be selected to move on to compete for a possible 170-thousand dollars. Students at the school will develop a video for the contest.
Robert Bergstrom, a first year teacher and technology director at Oldham-Ramona, signed the district up for the contest in early November. For the district’s efforts, it will receive video equipment and 25-thousand dollars in Samsung technology for the school.