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Boston Public Schools Office of Instructional and Information Technology Present...
TechBoston Robotics Olympics 2013
Saturday, June 1, 2013 12-4pm
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Over 200 students participated in the 2013 Robotics Olympics! Thank you to all teams who participated:
Hurley K-8 School
Sarah Greenwood K-8 School
Tobin K-8 School
John F Kennedy Elementary School
Josiah Quincy Elementary School
Dearborn Middle School
Curley K-8 School
Trotter Elementary School
O'Donnell Elementary School
Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The exploration of the Solar System and beyond has captured the fascination of many generations. Since the launch of the first spacecraft to leave Earth and enter outer space in 1942, we have sent numerous spacecrafts, animals, and humans up into outer space. Astronauts have set foot on the Moon, and rovers have successfully landed on Mars. We have built an inhabited laboratory in space. Voyager 1 has traveled past the furthest of planets and is nearing the edge of the Solar System.
This year’s Robotics Olympics challenges will focus on Space Exploration – its history, challenges, and technologies.
If you have any questions regarding this year’s event or challenges, please contact Haruna Hosokawa at
2013 Robotics Olympics Challenge
2013 Junior Olympics Challenges (for grades K-2)
**Click here for Online Registration Form**
Registration deadline is
Friday, May 17th
BPS Permission Form
We are looking for volunteers for the event
. If you are interested in volunteering, please complete this
Getting to Wentworth:
The event is in
If you are taking the T, you can use Ruggles stop (Orange Line) or Museum of Fine Arts stop (Green Line, E)
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