Fifth grade teacher and Robotics Club leader, Elizabeth Kitchen, hosts Haverhill’s team the RoboHawks. “We started these clubs as an avenue for students to try something new and challenging. Students are engaged in a hands-on learning experience that promotes a passion for math, science and technology.”
And that’s not all students take away from the club says fifth grade teacher and CES Robotics Club leader, Tara Hallman. “Our students are developing critical life skills such as communication, teamwork, and leadership. It’s been wonderful to see the students build, work together and problem solve.”
Throughout February, the CES and HES robotic teams will travel to several tournaments around the Indianapolis area to compete. Good luck.