A Jonas Salk Jr. Middle School student won first place in Sen. Kemp Hannon's "There Ought to Be a Law" competition.
Levittown's Nicholas Civil created one of the the winning ideas that involved eye scanners for lockers.
“There should be a way for middle and high schoolers to get in their lockers faster," said Civil. " All lockers should have an eye scanner or a hand scanner so no one gets into anyone else’s locker by knowing their combination. If you want to store something valuable or keep something safe and someone knows your combination, you will lose your stuff. ”
The competition called for ideas for new laws from fifth and sixth graders from Hannon's district.