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May 23, 2012

Travis holds first LEGO robotics competition

Over the past two years, Travis Elementary has slowly but surely been increasing its involvement with LEGO robotics, forming three teams this year under sponsors Sandy Cox and Randy Marshall.

This year’s teams are formed of fifth and sixth graders who spent one day each week after school learning how to build, program and test their bots.

Last year, two robotics teams went to regional competition, with one team moving on to state competition. This year, the Travis teams decided to hold its own campus competition to see how Travis bots performed against each other. All present had a blast.

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