Stateline Robotics Club is a lot more than building robots
“Students also learn how to collaborate and promote each other,” coach Kris King said, “They learn how to design and build a brand and develop partnerships with their community while also raising funds for special programs.”
Robotic competitions are not the only projects the team undertakes. During the summer months, members take on a special project that helps others and improves their skills.
This summer, the team volunteered to modify a wheelchair for a young local girl. This chair was dubbed “Wild Thing 2.” She loves racing around in her special chair and is able to be more independent.
A National Competition will be held in Houston, Texas, in January 2024.
The future engineers, technology experts and scientists are getting an early start in making a difference in the world. Stay tuned.