Hockaday’s Upper School Anatomy, Evolution, and the Zoo Class in partnership with W.T. White High School's Aquatic Biology Class and the Dallas Zoo presented their unique design strategies to solve environmental issues in a “shark tank” event to community leaders including Dallas entrepreneur and philanthropist Lyda Hill, Dallas Zoo President and CEO Greg Hudson, Nicole Small, President of the Lyda Hill Foundation and CEO of LH Holdings, Inc., and David Campbell, President of Hunt Utility Services and President and CEO of InfraREIT. The judges awarded Form III students Anika Bandarpalle, Casey Freeman, and Chloe Johnson of the Scrap That! Team for their proposal of a gaming app to educate others about recycling programs with a “recyclopedia” and fun and educational games. The Dallas Zoo will continue to support these students and their innovative ideas.