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Robotics Team Gets Recognized at Capitol
Learning Lessons update: Several members of the Sharon School District Tiger Techs Robotics Teams and their coach, Dave Tomko, who we spotlighted in the Nov. 2017 issue of Voice Magazine, came to the state Capitol Wednesday to meet Gov. Wolf, Lt. Gov Fetterman, as well as PSEA President Rich Askey and Treasurer Jeff Ney.
The kids were given a tour of the Capitol and recognized on the house and senate floors for their outstanding accomplishments in robotics and engineering. Some of them are headed to San Jose, CA, later this month to compete against the top 20 teams in the world at the First LEGO League Global Innovation Award event. Good luck, guys!
Read more about Dave Tomko's middle-school robotics program from the Nov. 2017 issue of Voice: https://www.psea.org/news--events/newsstand/psea-learning-lessons/learning-lessons-robotics-in-the-classroom/