Last month, three of the five Digi-Bridge robotics squads participated in an exhibition at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Career and Technical Education Fair at the Charlotte Convention Center.
Students and facilitators from Allenbrook Elementary, Eastway Middle School and Governors’ Village STEM Academy gathered to showcase their new coding and programming skills to each other, their families, and other participants of the fair. Utilizing this year’s FIRST LEGO League Challenge, City Shapers, scholars participated by programming an autonomous robot to score points on a themed playing field (Robot Game), developing a solution to a problem they have identified (Project), all guided by the FIRST Core Values.
We are so proud of our scholars for their hard work, determination and growth mindset they exhibited during the exhibition and look forward to watching their progress as well as introducing two more teams from Sedgefield Middle and Wilson STEM to our program.
We are grateful for the support of Burrough Wellcome Fund who made this program possible by awarding Digi-Bridge with a multi-year investment through the Student STEM Enrichment Program in 2018. We are thankful for the support of Google Fiber who has continually invested in Digi-Bridge scholars through robust programming and our awesome shirts.
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