Calvary Christian competes in Robotics Challenge


For the first time, Calvary Christian School students competed at the National Robotics Challenge. At the April 6 event held in Marion, the team won its first two rounds before losing in later rounds, missing the final day. The students are eager to put into practice the lessons learned from this year’s event. The team included, from left, Derek King, Clayton Slemmons, Tyler Reinhard, Tim Zamora, Josh Kilgore and Andrew Reinhard.


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For the first time, Calvary Christian School students competed at the National Robotics Challenge. At the April 6 event held in Marion, the team won its first two rounds before losing in later rounds, missing the final day. The students are eager to put into practice the lessons learned from this year’s event. The team included, from left, Derek King, Clayton Slemmons, Tyler Reinhard, Tim Zamora, Josh Kilgore and Andrew Reinhard.

For the first time, Calvary Christian School students competed at the National Robotics Challenge. At the April 6 event held in Marion, the team won its first two rounds before losing in later rounds, missing the final day. The students are eager to put into practice the lessons learned from this year’s event. The team included, from left, Derek King, Clayton Slemmons, Tyler Reinhard, Tim Zamora, Josh Kilgore and Andrew Reinhard.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/04/web1_IMG_0137.jpgFor the first time, Calvary Christian School students competed at the National Robotics Challenge. At the April 6 event held in Marion, the team won its first two rounds before losing in later rounds, missing the final day. The students are eager to put into practice the lessons learned from this year’s event. The team included, from left, Derek King, Clayton Slemmons, Tyler Reinhard, Tim Zamora, Josh Kilgore and Andrew Reinhard. Submitted photo