Gering High School Recognized by Samsung for STEM Education

Gering High School was recognized by Samsung Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Affairs, Dr. David Steel, for their outstanding work in the nationally recognized Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

In an all school assembly, Dr. Steel said, "Samsung started Solve for Tomorrow ten years ago, and over those ten years the most winning school in the country out of 20,000 entries is Gering High School."  Dr. Steel announced during the program that, in recognition for the work being done in Gering, Samsung has made a gift to the school for an additional $10,000 to be used to support STEM education.

In addition to the comments made by Dr. Steel, speaking at the program were Gering alum, Congress Adrian Smith, Gering Mayor Tony Kaufmann who presented Dr. Steel and the Samsung Corporation with a key to the City of Gering, and Gering Public Schools Board of Education President, B. J. Peters.  

Gering High School has won over $300,000 in equipment during their three years of participation in Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow program while winning three consecutive state titles, making two national finals appearances, and winning the national competition in 2017.  The program in Gering has been led by teachers Justin Reinmuth and Brett Moser.

Gering Public Schools
1519 10th Street Gering, NE 69341
Phone: 308-436-3125
Fax: 308-436-4301