On February 16th, WLC's robitics team placed 21st onverall in the entire state of NH. The competition was tough, with a team from Hollis even setting a world record!
The two-person team of Brooklyn Furze and Justin Marcinuk performed so well that they were awarded the Judge's Award for their enthusiasm and promise.
The team is in a perfect place to recruit more participants and build on the successes of this year. Robotics involves not onlyl building a robot, but also coding. The skills learned are invaluable for anyone interested in a STEM career. Scholarships are often availalbe for FIRST Alumni and colleges love enrolling students who have been involved in this kind of program!
To learn more, see Brooklyn Furze, Justin Marcinuk or Mr. Tyler.
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