Stratford’s Academy of Science and Engineering robotics team wins Smoky Mountain Regionals
Congratulations to Sparta Bots, the robotics team at Stratford’s Academy of Science and Engineering, for coming out on top at the Smoky Mountain Regionals!
Stratford was part of the alliance team that included Rohawktics from Knoxville and Roboteers from Tremont, Illinois. They outperformed nearly fifty teams from Kansas, Illinois, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, West Virginia and Tennessee.
“Our team was supported by so many at the event and our students rose to the challenge and specialized in a great defender robot,” said Academy Principal Dr. Jennifer Berry, in an email to Children First. “A special and huge thank you to Ms. Hansen for guiding the team to victory and Ms. Bartley for assisting. A big shout out to David Peters and Universal Robotics for mentoring our team! It was truly a great moment to witness for our students and our school!”
Stratford has participated in the Smoky Mountain Regionals since 2013. Learn more about the robotics competition here.
Posted on April 4, 2016, in District, Educators, News, Parents, Schools, Students and tagged metro nashville public schools, Stratford Academy of Science and Engineering. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.