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North East ISD STEM Students Shine in Robotics

robotics students excited at the competition

At North East ISD, seeing students succeed is exciting. Watching them work together to help each other toward success is even better.

Recently, students from Ed White Middle School’s Design and Technology Academy (DATA) and Nimitz Middle School’s Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) magnet programs competed in the Robstown Robotics Competition.

robotics students watch their robots take on challenges

During the competition, the DATA students had trouble with their robot. As their robotics sponsor explains, the students from STEM were a lifesaver.

“Just wanted to drop a quick note to give a big shoutout to your awesome students who rocked it at the Robstown Robotics Competition! Seriously, they blew us away with their skills and, even more so, their fantastic display of sportsmanship.”

robotics students work on fixing their robot

When our robot decided to break down, your team came to the rescue—loaning us parts, sharing tips, offering advice on how to fix it, and cheering our students on. It was like a real-life teamwork superhero moment!

They’re not just killing it in the robotics game; they’re also setting the bar high for teamwork, sportsmanship, and camaraderie. Hats off to STEM for instilling these awesome values in your students. It’s not just about robotics; it’s about personal growth and being all-around awesome humans.

Source: North East ISD Instagram

Blog By: Etash Chandran, Intern, UT

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