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Evergreen Elementary Wins Big at Annual Robotics Expo

Evergreen teams were placed first, second and third in X-Bot.  The students had to program their robots to follow a prescribed course.  They also placed third in the Sumo competition where they program the robots to battle each other in a ring.  They also competed in the gate crasher competition and several teams made it to the final round. This event would not be possible without our Community Club support.  Thank you, Dr. Cesar Larriva from Cal Poly, Pomona for organizing this successful Robotic Expo. 

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