The Peabody Magnet High School robotics team took home the top prize at the SeaPerch 4-H Underwater Robotics tournament in Alexandria, La., on Thursday.
The teammade up of students ages 13 to 17was able to navigate an obstacle course, complete a mission, and present a design report during the competition, which was open to all 4-H members in the Central Region, reports the Times-Picayune.
The event is a celebration of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, according to a press release.
The winning team will move on to compete in the national tournament in February. Read the Entire Article
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