Because of a Liberty School District Foundation grant, a group of LC students had the opportunity to share our robotics grant with Liberty community members attending a LSDF breakfast on the William Jewell College campus. All three schools involved in the grant brought students to the event and demonstrated how each of the grant robots work and what they have learned about coding and programming. The students who represented Lewis and Clark did a fantastic job talking to community members, LSDF representatives, and LPS employees. It was a great experience!
Earlier this Spring, my 2nd graders added a little creative flair to our robotics unit...we decked Dash out in the latest fashions! The kids put their designs on paper, created patterns out of newspaper, and then worked on their final projects. What a fun way to end our robotics study.