MEDWAY — Principal John Murray, science and engineering teacher Jon Jasinski, and curriculum and instruction leader Leslie Knight are pleased to share that students in various engineering classes had the opportunity to showcase their hard work on several projects during an Engineering Showcase on Thursday, May 27.
MEDWAY — Medway Middle School Principal Craig Juelis is pleased to share that Medway Middle School students received the Teamwork Champion Award at the VEX IQ Challenge Squared Away robotics competition in Hopkinton.
SAU 16 Cooperative Middle School Students Place First in Robotic Programming at State LEGO Championship
EXETER — Principal Patricia Wons is pleased to share that the Cooperative Middle School’s Lego Team placed first in Robotic Programming at the New Hampshire State Lego League Championship Tournament this weekend.
WAKEFIELD — Two Northeast Robotics and Automation students are taking the art of barbecuing to a new level.
ENFIELD, N.H. — Superintendent Amanda Isabelle is pleased to share that the Upper Valley Robotics Team ranked 16th in New England after a series of robotics competitions this school year.
DURHAM – Principal Jay Richard is pleased to announce that Oyster River Middle School will host its first VEX IQ robotics event this Sunday.
HULL — The Lillian M. Jacobs Elementary School has some exciting new technology in the form of an Ozobot.
Kearsarge Regional School District Superintendent Winfried Feneberg 114 Cougar Court New London, NH 03257 For Immediate Release Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Kearsarge High School Robotics Team Earns Governor’s Cup at Regional Competition NORTH SUTTON — Principal Robert Bennett is pleased to announce that Kearsarge Regional High School’s robotics team […]
DURHAM — Principal Jay Richards is pleased to announce that one of Oyster River Middle School’s VEX IQ robotics teams will be heading to the World Championship next month.
FARMINGTON — Superintendent Ruth Ellen Vaughn is pleased to announce that the Farmington School District received two grants to support the creation of an after school robotics program in its elementary, middle and high schools.