School: Nānākuli High & Intermediate School
Grade Level: Grades 7-12
Teacher: Richard Enright and Makoa Umeda
Driving Question: How do we as students design, build, program and document an Electro-Mechanical device that requires software to compete in multiple robotic competitions both in-person and virtually?
What did the students DO?
The middle school, high school and JROTC robotics students were busy preparing for world competitions this year. Middle school and JROTC traveled to Dallas, Texas to compete in the VEX world championships. JROTC placed in the top 8 in the competition. All teams displayed wonderful sportsmanship with students reporting that they grew tremendously through their experiences.
The high school team continued preparing for the skills competition in Atlanta, Georgia in the summer. Both coaches are hoping to create summer programs aimed at mentoring elementary school students in the robotics world and to give them a jump start at working on future VEX challenges.