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Meadows robotics teams go to state

Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2012 12:00 pm

KISD/TODD MARTIN - Meadows Elementary School fourth-graders took second place and fifth-graders won first at the Texas Computer Educators Association regional robotics competition. They are headed to the state competition in April. Fourth-graders, from left on the front row, are Tyler Chapman, Dennis Santos, Erika Hurtado and Steffani James. Fifth-graders, from left in the back, are Jessica Smallfield, Jaylen Hudson and Logan Larsh.


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  • Logan Larsh posted at 10:49 pm on Sat, Jul 18, 2015.

    Logan Larsh Posts: 1

    Now going on to high school and still remember. Now that i moved on to higher courses, will get to go and compete in japan for national roboctics made from real scrap metal, motors, and custom programing in html5, c++, and python. Good luck to future roboctics teams.