The Journal News: Suffern High Robotics Heading to World Championships

The Journal News ran an article on Suffern High School robotics team that won the Hudson Valley championship at Pace University in January.

The Journal News ran an article on Suffern High School robotics team that won the Hudson Valley championship at Pace University in January.

From The Journal News:

Some Suffern High School students are hoping their robots can reach high enough to outsmart the competition this Saturday and next month.

The students on the school’s robotics team won the Hudson Valley championship at Pace University in January, entitling them to take one of their two team robots to a mega competition in St. Louis, Miss., in April.

This Saturday, the team will first compete at the Jacob Javits Center in New York to try to qualify their second robot to enter the St. Louis event.

“We’re pretty young at this, and we’re pretty excited that a team only three years old is going to nationals,” said team adviser George Mugno, who teaches mathematics and engineering at Suffern High.

Find the team at their site and on Facebook.

Read the rest of the article at the Journal News Rockland edition.

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