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Camp Provides Robotics Lessons In Bentonville

Posted: June 20, 2014 at 1:09 a.m.

Carter Breeling and Brock McRae give a presentation Thursday about what they learned at the goIT camp, including how they programed a Lego robot at the TREC Gifted and Talented building in Bentonville. Students were participating in a three-day camp focusing on science, technology engineering and math to excited students about career prospects in those areas.
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Carter Breeling and Brock McRae give a presentation Thursday about what they learned at the goIT camp, including how they programed a Lego robot at the TREC Gifted and Talented building in Bentonville. Students were participating in a three-day camp focusing on science, technology engineering and math to excited students about career prospects in those areas.

Lessons in robotics and teamwork came together in a three-day summer camp for fifth- through eighth-graders this week.

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Camp Provides Robotics Lessons In Bentonville

STAFF PHOTO SAMANTHA BAKER • @NWASAMANTHA Lauren Elkins, from left, Arthi Krishna, Mia Gutierrez, and Alex Silcox give a final presentation Thursday about what they learned at the goIT camp at the TREC Gifted and Talented building in Bentonville. Students were participating in a three-day camp focusing on science, technology engineering and math to excited students about career prospects in those areas.

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