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Robotics moves to State Championships

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Robotics moves to State Championships

Sabrina Ulloa, Editor-in-Chief

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The Robotics team successfully came back from Pasadena recently with awards and recognition.

During their first competitions the Robotics team won the Engineering Inspiration Award which celebrates the teams outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering within a team’s school. This is the second most prestigious award.

The Robotics team also were awarded the Entrepreneurship Award. This award celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit and recognizes a team which has developed a comprehensive business plan.

These awards, accomplishments, and success helped them earn enough state rank points to end up 43rd in the state and take them all the way to state championships.

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Sabrina Ulloa, Editor-in-Chief

Hi Coogs! I'm Sabrina Ulloa and your Editor-in-Chief for the year. I’m a senior this year and so excited to be working along the newspaper staff to create...

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