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Ronan Robotics Shines On!

Written by Bill Laurienti

In May, we shared that the robotics team from Ronan High School SmartLab in Montana were named world champions.

Now we learn that Ronan has received an invitation to exhibit their winning design in the Smithsonian Institution. The robot will be featured in an interactive exhibit this spring called Math Alive.

This great news comes as the Ronan robotics program has become so popular that SmartLab Facilitator, Jesse Gray, has had to split the group into two teams.

Additionally, Montana State University is looking to enroll students from the Ronan SmartLab HQ in their robotics program.

Congrats to the entire team at Roman High School.

Bill Laurienti

Bill Laurienti is a Content Marketing Specialist at Creative Learning Systems. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education (English) from Colorado Mesa University and a Master of Arts in Secondary Teaching from the University of California's Rossier School of Education. Bill came to CLS after 10 years in the secondary classroom. He believes SmartLabs are important tools for engaging unengaged students and helping them access careers they might not otherwise have imagined.

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