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Middle school competitive robotics hosts workshop

The Northland middle school competitive robotics class hosted a robotics workshop for Northland students who were affected by hurricane Harvey. The middle school students wanted to host the workshop to give parents some time to work on their houses while allowing their children an opportunity to learn about robotics. Students attending the workshop rotated through three stations: designing and building a robot, programming a robot to accomplish challenges, and team work challenges. All students in attendance had a great time and so did the middle school students leading the workshop.

MS RoboticsStudents participate in a team work challenge during the robotics workshop. Students pictured from left to right:  Riley Meekins, Cole Meekins, Isaiah Nelson, Allie Shaffer, Finley Albiston, Sami Hearn, and Lexi Hearn.

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Cade Meekins learning to program a robot with assistance from MS student Ian Wietstruck.

MS robotics students demonstrate their team work skills. Students from left to right Hayden Miller, Ally Wiley, Dayne Eller, Nathan Noe, Lance Lincoln, Danielle Dewbre, and Ian Wietstruck

Lance Lincoln assists Riley and Cole Meekins with programming.

Dayne Eller and Danielle Dewbre help Isaiah Nelson program a sensor.

Hayden Miller teaches Lexi and Sami Hearn how to program a robot.

Ally Wiley helps Finley Albiston and Allie Schaffer learn to start their robot.

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