Robotics Club holds fundraiser for service project

Competition in the future for OJH Robotics Team

Ozark Junior High Robotics team works to put together a pet day at the park. The team has been planning for the past two weeks to get this full idea, they are now putting it into action. “We are trying to come up with a way to incorporate pets and raise money to buy a service dog for someone,” says Mrs. Suiter.

Ozark Junior High Robotics team works to put together a pet day at the park. The team has been planning for the past two weeks to get this full idea, they are now putting it into action. “We are trying to come up with a way to incorporate pets and raise money to buy a service dog for someone,” says Mrs. Suiter.

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The Ozark Junior High Robotics Team will be hosting a pet day in the park as a service project. The program that they are using for competition also requires them to do a project whether that be research or service-related. The team will be presenting their project to a panel of judges at a competition in January. The team this year consists of Garrett Coggin, Mackenzie Freeman, Olivia Suiter, and Morgan Taylor and is coached by OJH science teacher, Kristina Suiter, with assistance from co-coach Carrie Woods.

“Being the co-coach to the robotics team is probably the best decision I’ve made this year other than Science Olympiad. I love geeking out,” says Woods. She has a lot on her plate between Science Olympiad, her regular science classes, and now co-coaching robotics.

“My favorite part is probably competition day and seeing what kind of service project the kids come up with,” says Mrs. Suiter about robotics coaching. Competition will be mid-January in Camdenton, Missouri.

“I have an idea of how to approach it,” says Suiter regarding the competition. She has been to several competitions before so she can give advice to fellow teammates about what to expect come January.

“We will probably present the information to the school board,” says Mrs. Suiter concerning the service project.

Ozark Junior High Robotics team works to put together a pet day at the park. The team has been planning for the past two weeks to get this full idea, they are now putting it into action. “We are trying to come up with a way to incorporate pets and raise money to buy a service dog for someone,” says Mrs. Suiter.

Ozark Junior High Robotics team works to put together a pet day at the park. The team has been planning for the past two weeks to get this full idea, they are now putting it into action. “We are trying to come up with a way to incorporate pets and raise money to buy a service dog for someone,” says Mrs. Suiter.

 

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