Tuesday, April 3, 2018

“I think this inspired all age levels”

From the Milford Daily News, an article of interest for Franklin

"Robotics are indeed the way of the future, and to get there, it’s wise to start at a young age. 
But that doesn’t mean the present is limited to children. 
At Saturday’s inaugural robotics expo at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School, first-graders paired with older students in a display of previous work. 
Angela Batt, an engineering teacher at Tri-County and the event’s coordinator, runs a Daisy Girl Scout troop out of Plainville, where she has 13 first-graders who are passionate about Lego robotics. She broke her troop into three junior Lego-league teams, and with the younger leagues being non-competitive, they always end the year with an expo. This year, they combined their expo with area middle schools and the Tri-County high robotics team."
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“I think this inspired all age levels”
“I think this inspired all age levels”

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