The logo for this STTS was:
Or you can look at the big picture.
Here is what it looked like on the T-shirts.
In addition to training for high school students, Los Alamos National Laboratory provides a Summer Teacher Training Session for participating high school teachers. These two-week training sessions expose the sponsoring teachers to the scientific and WWW programming environments and other educational Internet/WWW applications that the teachers will be able to use in their classrooms.
The 1997 Summer Teacher Training Session for the New Mexico High School Supercomputing Challenge was held at the New Mexico Tech campus from July 6 - 27, 1997. Participants attended from all areas of the state including Carlsbad, Des Moines, Farmington, Gallup, Albuquerque, Floyd, Mosquero, Artesia, Cuba, Clayton, Logan, Ramah, Santa Fe, Springer, Thoreau, To'Hajilee, Tularosa, and Wagon Mound. Los Alamos National Laboratory instructors for the event include David Kratzer, Gina Weber, Jeff Johnson, Ted Spitzmiller, and Dale Leschnitzer all from CIC-6, and Michael Fisk from CIC-5, who is also a NMIMT graduate.
The teachers' pre-test and post-test scores indicate how they improved during the two week course.