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McKenzie & Snyder are so proud to be a sponsor of Loveland High School‘s robotics team who will be competing at the FIRST World Championship in St. Louis Missouri, April 26-29. Loveland’s robotics engineering team 5040, dubbed “Nuts and Bolts” won 2nd place at the Ohio State Regional competition, then competing in North Super-Regional Championship in Iowa, earning their trip to the World Competition.

 

 

What is the FIRST World Robotic Championship?loveland high school robotics championship

The FIRST Championship (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), is a four-day robotics competition held every year in April and comprises of four competitions from four STEM education outreach programs:

 

 

The FIRST Robotics Program was started by the inventor of the Segway stand-up scooter, Dean Kamen, to inspire student interests in the fields related to STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), especially robotics, engineering, and to teach problem-solving and communication.

Loveland’s robotics team became eligible for advancement from the FTC Super-Regionals based on many factors including robot design, robot performance and team factors such as community service and outreach.

 

Watch the FIRST Competition LIVE, here.

 

Check out Loveland’s Nuts and Bolts team out on FacebookTwitter, Youtube, and Instagram!

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