Sullivan East Middle School’s STEM program won first place in a robotics state competition.
Now, they’re preparing to compete in the world championship.
Students are entering their robots in a skill competition hosted by VEX Robotics.
It was supposed to take place in Dallas but due to COVID-19, students will show off their robots virtually.
“We’ve done some virtual competitions this season throughout the United States and its super exciting because we get to see different types of robots and programing,” says Margaret Trent, STEM Teacher at Sullivan East Middle School. “The kids get excited too and to be able to do it at a world level”.