Robotics open house at BHS coming soon

  • Thursday, March 8, 2018 11:30am
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Bainbridge High’s Spartronics Team 4915 will host an open house next week to talk about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) and robotics on Bainbridge Island.

Spartronics will also show off its newest robot, called THEMIS.

The open house is 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 at Bainbridge High.

The club’s six-week robot-building season wrapped up on Feb. 20, and the team — made up of 55 students, 17 professional mentors and Coach Enrique Chee — is getting ready for district competitions that begin in March.

At the open house, Spartronics members will share what they’ve been doing, and visitors to the event will have the chance to meet the group’s programming, mechanical, electrical/pneumatic, CAD, strategy and marketing sub-teams.

There will also be information on what the FTC middle school teams, and potentially, FLL elementary/intermediate school teams, have been doing this past season.

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