Help me give my students a drill bit set, notebooks, and a tablet for the tools necessary to build the greatest robotics program on the planet.
This project expired on May 23, 2019.
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We are a public charter school located in Minnesota that pulls Hmong and Karen students from all around the Twin Cities area. Many of our students are first and second-generation immigrants and most of them will be first-generation college students.
These kids are the kindest, most cooperative and respectful group of students I have ever worked with.
If someone drops something in the hallway, at least two students stop and help them pick it up. If one of their peers is struggling in the classroom, they are quick to support them either academically or emotionally. When someone new comes to school, they welcome them with open arms.
It is with your support and funding that our students will be able to see that a career in engineering or STEM can be a reality.
As a rookie FIRST Robotics team, we will need an assortment of tools and equipment to be successful this year.
Help us by providing equipment for our engineering and marketing members of our robotics team.
A set of notebooks so our engineering team can design and keep track of their work, a tablet so our marketing team can design amazing logos and designs for our team banners and website, and a large drill set to help our build team make the necessary holes and attach the appropriate fasteners.
Our school doesn't have a wood shop so we need to purchase all of this equipment for our workspace.
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