Our students are a hard-working, dedicated team that enjoys challenges. We have several robotics teams and classes that are always engaged in new projects that solve real-world problems in our community and competition.
We have been slowly growing our district-wide robotics program for this Title I rural school district of 1800 students.
We have robotics available for students in grades K-12 with approximately 10% of the total population exposed to some aspect of our STEM initiative. Students with access to our interdisciplinary, interactive programming become better critical thinkers demonstrating more academic initiative and goal-oriented mindsets.
Our team is looking for help with supplying our vinyl cutter with much-needed material. We have invested in the machine, but the purchase price of the consumable vinyl spools have grown beyond our budget.
Our primary use for the cutter is to create decals of our sponsors' logos.
We emblazon our robots with them and try to say thanks in the boldest way possible. We are proud of our partners and want the world to know what great organizations these sponsors are aligned with.
We would be so appreciative of any contribution our donors would be able to provide and happy to include YOUR logo on our robots as well!
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