Elementary and middle school students take on Robotics in Palm Springs
PSUSD presents the second Primary and Secondary Robotics Tournament. There are teams from nine elementary schools and four high schools competing to win the grand prize. Showing his work to fellow students in Palm Springs, but there was also a live broadcast available for the community to support and enjoy.
In this robotics tournament, students from first to eighth grade competed.
The district’s education technology coordinator said: “They play in teams to compete and therefore rely on time, and they have to overcome obstacles.”
The theme of the dayStudents were models of perseverance.
Christoper, a Desert Springs Middle School student, said, “So it was easy for me, but for other people it might be a little difficult, but you just have to try and not give up.”
Viviana, a Desert Spring Middle School student, said: to make a wheel, like this little wheel that will make it easier to climb the ramp ”.
The determination of the students was admirable and definitely an event you don’t want to miss.
A very practical teacher, Clint Wyatt, the professor of digital media and coding, shares a call to action: “Get involved. The community is everything. So we need a people, and we just want to welcome you to our people “.
Congratulations to all the participants in today’s PSUSD primary and secondary robotics competition. The top-ranked team trophies went to Nellie N. Coffman MS and Landau Elementary. First school honors went to Julius Corsini Elementary and James Workman MS.