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Eighth grader Kyra Lambert, sixth grader Spencer Biggs, and seventh grade Isaac DiMaio The from the group

Photo by Lorenzo Garrett Eighth grader Kyra Lambert, sixth grader Spencer Biggs, and seventh grade Isaac DiMaio The from the group "N3xt To Glory" work on their robot, "The Big Betty".

Photo by Lorenzo Garrett

Photo by Lorenzo Garrett Eighth grader Kyra Lambert, sixth grader Spencer Biggs, and seventh grade Isaac DiMaio The from the group "N3xt To Glory" work on their robot, "The Big Betty".

Photo by Lorenzo Garrett

Photo by Lorenzo Garrett

Photo by Lorenzo Garrett Eighth grader Kyra Lambert, sixth grader Spencer Biggs, and seventh grade Isaac DiMaio The from the group "N3xt To Glory" work on their robot, "The Big Betty".


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Two middle school robotics teams are preparing for a competition in February. For the competition, students have to build a robot that can stack up cones into either the five-point, the 10-point, or the 20-point zone. Mr. Bowser, the team’s coach, holds meetings to prepare for the competition on Thursdays each week. For more information or if you would like to come to the competition, go to https://www.vexrobotics.com 

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Seventh grader Joey Baranyai poses with his beautiful robot “The Rambot”, made by the group “The Ramers”.

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