- Teams from around the state competed in the VEX IQ Robotics Competition at Pulaski Elementary School
- Students spent months building and perfecting simple robots to complete specific tasks
- Winners at the local competition qualified for the VEX IQ state level in Shelbyville
Pulaski Elementary was buzzing with excitement as students showcased their tech skills at the VEX IQ Robotics Tournament this past weekend. The event brought together teams of students from across the district to compete in a series of challenges designed to test their engineering and problem-solving abilities.
The atmosphere was electric as teams worked together to program their robots to navigate through a series of obstacles and complete complex tasks. From building and coding their robots to strategizing and collaborating with their teammates, the students demonstrated impressive technical proficiency and creative thinking.
The tournament not only provided students with an opportunity to put their tech skills to the test, but also allowed them to gain valuable experience in teamwork and sportsmanship. The friendly competition fostered a sense of camaraderie among participants, as they supported and cheered on their fellow teams throughout the event.
Principal Smith praised the students for their hard work and dedication, stating, “It’s truly inspiring to see our students showcase their talents and passion for technology. The VEX IQ Robotics Tournament not only highlights their technical skills, but also instills important values of collaboration and perseverance.”
Overall, the tournament was a great success, thanks to the effort and talent of the participating students. The event demonstrated the importance of STEM education and provided a platform for young minds to shine in the field of technology. Congratulations to all the students who participated in the VEX IQ Robotics Tournament at Pulaski Elementary!