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Lego robotics challenge

8 Grade 6 students under the guidance of Librarian Technician Julie Starr have been working the past several weeks on their Lego Robotic. They have taken apart and rebuilt their little motors several times.

On Wednesday, Feb. 17th St. Boniface School sent 2 teams to Conestogo College to compete in the Waterloo Region Skills Canada competition in the Lego Robotics’ challenge. There were 4 students per team. The students had to build their robot in 20 minutes. Each school was given a kit and St. Boniface School borrowed a kit from another school who wasn’t competing at this time. Team one was Alejandro Lazo-Arevalo, Matthew Untario, Ally Pooran, and Mitchell Hartman. Grace Bailargeon, Cameron Rebelo, Justin Feher, and Jocelyn O’Keefe made up the second team.

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Back row – Matthew Untario, Alejandro Lazo-Arevalo, Grace Baillargeon, Jocelyn O’Keefe, Mrs. Julie Starr

Front row – Mitchell Hartman, Justin Feher, Cameron Rebelo and Ally Pooran

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