Roosevelt High School hosts first-ever robotics competition

JROTC hosted the tournament which invites cadets and students alike to design, build, modify and program robots.

News 12 Staff

Mar 3, 2024, 10:58 PM

Updated 45 days ago

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Roosevelt High School hosted a head-to-head battle in their first-ever robotics competition on Sunday.
JROTC hosted the tournament which invites cadets and students alike to design, build, modify and program robots.
There were also big stakes with players hoping to move on to the finals.
"The children will learn how to build a robot from scratch. They do their own coding, the troubleshoot. If it's not working for them, they break it down and start all over again with the hopes of winning today to get to the world's finals in Dallas, Texas," said Althea Robinson-Haddo, Command Segeant Major for Roosevelt High School JROTC.
The high school hosted participants from across the northeast.


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