Changemakers unite! LFCDS alumni challenged current Upper School students to make a difference in the first-ever Alumni-Led Innovation Design Challenge. Over a dozen groups participated in the challenge and created solutions to address global issues ranging from poverty to animal welfare.
LFCDS graduates Grayson Pruett '15 and JD O'Keane 15, co-chairs of the challenge, were on campus earlier this week to judge the final round of the competition.
Congratulations to this year's finalists: 1st Place: Kobi D. '24 (designed a faucet attachment that generates electricity from the flow of sink water) 2nd Place: Mason L. '24, Alex S. '24, and Abbie S. '24 (designed an alternative, biodegradable plastic called 'Happy Plastic') 3rd Place: Meryl S. '26 and Molly L. '26 (designed easy-to-make, cheap, reusable aluminum bottles to reduce plastic waste)