THS Robotics team took the top spot at local competition

By Bill Cooper

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Tahoma High School, SD 409, has as one of its primary goals, bringing relevance into the classroom.

After attending the Robotics Competition, this weekend at Auburn High School, it became
apparent that they are doing just that.

The Bear Metal Robotics team grabbed their second season win, easily defeating 30 + competitors from all around the northwest, including Oregon and Canada. This win put an exclamation point on a qualifying, previous win the week before.

Along with their chosen alliance partners they cruised to victory with their highest recorded efforts to date scoring in the nineties consistently with a highest recorded score of Ninety-nine.

These skills, being developed within the Tahoma H S curriculum, are directly transferable to
real world application in technical fields at all levels. Students are self-driven and engaged,
going well beyond expectations. It is amazing to see the enthusiasm that these young people display.

Tahoma is ranked #1 in their division.

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