This past weekend the I-Robotics team from the Robinson Community Learning Center was honored as the top FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League Robotics team in the state of Indiana. Competing with 52 teams from all corners of the state, I-Robotics was chosen as number one in the combined areas of Research Project, Robot Design, and exemplifying the Core Values of FIRST Lego League. It was a day long competition that allowed students to interact with each other and discover what other innovative solutions each team developed to combat food contamination. As a result of their victory, I-Robotics will be invited to attend either the U.S. National Tournament in Legoland, CA, or the Open European Championship in Mannheim, Germany.
I-Robotics team members include: Isaiah Crudup, Cambrin Dixon, Thomas Forsythe, Malik Giger, Andrew McDonald, Hannah Moss, Lydia Moss, Philip Moss, Tiana Mudzimurema, and Valencia Randolph.
They are coached by Dr. G. David Moss and Mr. Lionel Pittman.
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