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  • Moss Point High wins state STEM competition

    Moss Point High School won the Mississippi portion of the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow contest. They will now submit a plan to improve their community using STEM. Moss Point students will design a bio-filter to reduce pollutants in the local waterways.

Moss Point High School won the Mississippi portion of the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow contest. They will now submit a plan to improve their community using STEM. Moss Point students will design a bio-filter to reduce pollutants in the local waterways. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Moss Point High School won the Mississippi portion of the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow contest. They will now submit a plan to improve their community using STEM. Moss Point students will design a bio-filter to reduce pollutants in the local waterways. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

Students’ bio-filter is a winner for this Coast school and its community

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