| Evan Henson
Twelve teams from across the city made it to the finals, but KSAT was well represented, with seven teams in that group.

KSAT wins in the SA Mayor’s K-12 Smart City Challenge

Once again, students from Krueger School of Applied Technologies (KSAT) brought home the trophy in the SA Smart Mayor’s Smart City Challenge.

Twelve teams from across the city made it to the finals, but KSAT was well represented, with seven teams in that group.

The students have been working for months on the Mayor’s challenge of creating a product, service or strategy on how San Antonio can best use and manage water for the long-term benefit of the people here. Students presented their ideas to the San Antonio Water System CEO, Robert Puente, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, and other city leaders.

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