May 2, 2013 in Lake County News-Chronicle
There was some stiff competition at the FIRST Robotics Worlds Competition in St. Louis over the weekend. The Two Harbors team, which is in its first year, held its own against teams sponsored by companies like Google and Motorola and hailing from places like Israel and Turkey. Continue Reading
April 25, 2013 in Lake County News-Chronicle
Mayor Randy Bolen proclaimed April 22 DECA and Robotics Day in Two Harbors in honor of the two teams’ outstanding achievements. This week, both groups of Two Harbors High School students are travelling to championship tournaments DECA to its nationals in Anaheim, Calif., and Rock Solid Robotics to the FIRST Robotics world competition in St. Louis. Continue Reading
April 5, 2013 in Lake County News-Chronicle
The Agate Robotics team had to ship its robot to St. Louis in the days after the Duluth competitionno improvements are allowed between the regional and world competitionbut the team is still plenty busy with fundraising efforts. Continue Reading
March 14, 2013 in Lake County News-Chronicle
Purchase Granite Gear tote bags, Frisbees or raffle tickets for the opportunity to win a Granite Gear pack from Robotics students.
Make a cash donation or send a check made out to ISD 381 with THHS Robotics in the memo line to Two Harbors High School, 1640 Highway 2, Two Harbors, 55616.
E-mail or call adviser Lauren Burton, email@example.com or 834-8201 ext. 8228 with other ideas. Continue Reading
November 13, 2012 in Alexandria Echo Press
Jeremy Bydlon, a teacher at Jefferson High School (JHS) in Alexandria and advisor of the school’s FIRST Team 3313 Mechatronics robotics team, wanted to give students and staff a little extra incentive to raise some funds for the robotics program.
He allowed them to decide how he should shave his beard. Continue Reading
October 26, 2012 in The Dickinson Press
Eleven southwestern North Dakota schools will face off with their robots in the BEST Robotics Inc. district competition today at Trinity High School.
BEST (boosting engineering science and technology) is a six-week national competition for middle and high school students to foster an interest in engineering careers.
October 21, 2012 in West Central Tribune
Area teams tested out their robots at the Kandi Mall in Willmar in preparation for the first annual Minnesota BEST Robotics Competition which will be held next weekend at the New London-Spicer High School. Continue Reading