Garey High in Pomona wins $15,000 award from Samsung to curb vaping

or the 40 students who gather in science teacher Antonio Gamboa’s classroom at Garey High School, curiosity, creativity and problem-solving are not mere options.
Annmarie Ponce, 16, left, with Jazalyn Sanchez, 16, right, and twin sister, Jezabel, center, go over codes for their vaping detection mobile app during science teacher Antonio Gamboa’s class at Garey High School in Pomona on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020. The class, a team of 40 students, is one of six finalists in the state of California competing for Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow, a national STEM competition. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)
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