Students should bring a bag lunch for the first two days. Lunch will be provided for participants on the last day. The robotics camp is limited to 30 participants.
Learning about robotics is a fun and challenging way for students to experiment, learn the skills needed to program a robot and work as a team. Students will learn about the math, science, and technologies that go into making a robot. Each student will be issued a complete Lego MINDStorm Nxt 2.0 robotic kit and a laptop to be used during the camp. At the end of the session, participating students may purchase a Lego MINDStorm kit.
For more information go to camp Web site or download the registration form.
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