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."Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
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