By Ginger Vollmar
The Robotomies once again made it into the quarter finals at the First Roboticscompetition in Providence this weekend! After their 12 qualifying matches, their recordwas 6-5-1. The team had a number of alliances in which our robot was the only robot to perform to its ability. We were a bit disappointed with the record and this left us ranked at number 14. The top 8 teams move on to the final elimination rounds.
Our robot, the Black Knight, is amazing to watch. It is tough, quick and beats every
defense, every time. We do not know yet if the team will be asked to participate in the
New England Championship in Hartford in 3 weeks but we should find out soon.
Our team did not get to pick alliances since we weren't in the top 8 but our team was picked by the number 3 seed as part of their alliance. The team's alliance lost in the quarter finals in a couple of tough battles.
It's been an amazing season so far for the Robotomies!
Please Donate New Socks
By Rachel Trickett
A group of girls from Groton/Dunstable High School will be attending the CityReach Program in Boston on April 8th-9th, 2016. This program gives people the opportunity to learn firsthand about homelessness from people who have experienced it. During this session, they will join CityReach staff in street ministry and offer hospitality, food and clothing.
One of the greatest needs for the homeless and least donated items are "new socks". Please help by donating a package of men's or woman’s socks. To some homeless, new socks can be more important to them than food since many of them have access to soup kitchens and pantries. Being without socks or having ones with holes in them especially during the cold and wet season, can lead to all sorts of foot ailments.
Thank you in advance and let's make this "sock drive" a success by helping put a smile on their faces and know they are being cared about. All donations can be dropped off in the boxes located in the main office and in the guidance department until April 6, 2016.