S-C robotics team holds summer camp

June 9, 2014

in Student

TSCamp.Winners.0609.jpegTeam SCREAM, Smith-Cotton High School’s robotics team, last week hosted its first summer robotics camp for local students.

A dozen students in grades 6-8 participated in the week-long camp. They worked with a high school mentor to design, build and compete with a VEX robot. Throughout the week students learned a lot about design, motors, gears, teamwork and strategy.

The winning team was made up of seventh grader Lily Wagenknecht and sixth grader Jackson Hazel, along with their mentor, Austin Alexander. The second place team was made up with sixth grader Ethan Daly, eighth grader Dillon Moore and mentor Levi Anderson.

Team SCREAM head coach Michael Wright, who is S-C’s industrial technology teacher, said: “Overall it was a fantastic week. The students and mentors all had a great time, worked hard and competed well. Team SCREAM is looking forward to having these young students join us soon when they reach high school.” Photos courtesy of Sedalia School District 200.

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