The City Commission recognized a local group of students from Coral Springs Middle School who were given the “Innovation, Originality and Creativity” award in this year’s eCYBERMISSION competition. Virginia Isava, Alexandra Robinson, Meghan Tobin and Desiree Van Hemel, led by science teacher Jennifer Lionetti-Roberts, developed a plan to mass-produce teddy bears that provide tips on water, fire, and law enforcement safety. Each team member will receive $2,000 savings bond. The Bear Factory will help the students produce their bears this summer. This competition allows students in sixth through ninth grade to compete for awards while working to solve problems in their community. For more information on the challenge, visit ecybermission.com.