Junior teams compete in Board-wide robotics competition
March 1, 2019
Coding, problem-solving and team work was at its best as 20 junior teams put their robotic talents to the test during two days of board-wide robotics competition in late February.
Eight teams from Catholic elementary schools in Northumberland and Clarington competed at St. Stephen Catholic Secondary School on Feb. 27 and 12 teams from Peterborough & Country and Kawartha Lakes competed on Feb. 28 at St. Peter Catholic Secondary School.
An intense robotics battle rages as junior teams from #PTBO and #KawarthaLakes compete @StPeterCSS during the Board-wide robotics comp today.
12 teams have been building, coding and using team work to problem solve maze challenges and more. #PVNClearns @PVNCLearnTech pic.twitter.com/caGrahoEOK
— PVNCCDSB (@PVNCCDSB) February 28, 2019
We are super pumped that our team won the first ever Junior Peterborough & CKL Robotics Tournament! ✨☘️✨ Congratulations! @PVNCCDSB #PVNCleads pic.twitter.com/9grB5pRmab
— St. Patrick CES (@STPATPVNC) February 28, 2019
Just some of the dance competition entries! Lots of fun!!! @PVNCCDSB Junior Robotics. pic.twitter.com/7Ev2NEHsZZ
— Sarah Taylor (@TeacherDrSarah) February 28, 2019
Congratulations to our junior robotics team who placed third today. They compete in the full board event next week. #roboticscompetition pic.twitter.com/vSMeFe0ysQ
— St. Luke (@stluke130) February 28, 2019
Awesome prepping going on right now at @StStephenRoyal during the @PVNCCDSB Jr Robotics tournament – lakeshore edition! #PVNCLEARNS #pvnclearntech pic.twitter.com/al0bzq9mo4
— PVNC Learning Technologies (@PVNCLearnTech) February 27, 2019