This past February, a number of students from the School of Nations of Guyana visited our school in a week long STEM Winter Camp. They collaborated with our First Robotics Team 6162 Cap Alpaca on our robot and gained firsthand knowledge about ideas and skills that are needed in the robotic world! Our Guyanese friends also experienced situations that may arise when constructing robots while being taught to think outside the box!
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At the end of the program, the students were presented with certificates of completion as well as a special gift from LIA and Cap Alpaca – a 3D Printer!
For more information about our FRC 6162 Cap Alpaca team, we invite you to follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FRC6162/. You’ll get updates on what’s new, and you can share ideas and interact with our team members!