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Clint ISD – This past Saturday, twenty-one teams composed of 2-4 students from four districts came together to put their STEM, problem-solving, and robotics abilities to the test at the Area 19 Robotics Contest.
Teams of fourth to twelfth graders competed in two contests– the Arena Contest and the Inventions Contest. During the Arena Contest, teams solved a prescribed challenge with specific parameters. In the Inventions Contest, they developed and presented a robotic solution to a real-world problem. The first-place teams in the Arena Contest and the first and second-place teams in the Inventions Contest will advance to the state finals, which will be held in Central Texas on April 23, 2022 (tentatively).
Robotics is an incredible, hands-on opportunity for students to work on collaborative STEM projects. In both the TCEA Area and State Robotics Contests, students design, collaborate, plan, redesign, construct, create, assemble, invent, reinvent, write, present, and compete to see who has developed a winning robot. TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) is a global, nonprofit, member-based organization. We support the use of technology in education. Founded in 1980, TCEA has been playing a vital role in increasing technology funding and access for PreK-16 schools for nearly 40 years. Our 57,000-member association is led by a grassroots board of directors—all professional educators
1st – The Phoenix Js, Montana Vista Elementary
1st – The Artic Vibes, Montana Vista Elementary
2nd – Red Sands Robo 3, Red Sands Elementary
2nd – Cool Bots, Montana Vista Elementary
2nd – Tech Ninjas, W.D. Surratt Elementary