The Park Hill High School robotics team, Trobots, is working hard to create its robot for this year’s competition at the Greater Kansas City FIRST Robotics Competition regional tournament in March. Here, sophomore Emma Martin drills a component of the competition robot. The Trobots divide their efforts among students who focus on mechanical work, electrical work, programming, strategy and public relations.
The Park Hill High School robotics team, Trobots, is working hard to create its robot for this year’s competition at the Greater Kansas City FIRST Robotics Competition regional tournament in March. Here, sophomore Emma Martin drills a component of the competition robot. The Trobots divide their efforts among students who focus on mechanical work, electrical work, programming, strategy and public relations. Amy Haynes Submitted photo
The Park Hill High School robotics team, Trobots, is working hard to create its robot for this year’s competition at the Greater Kansas City FIRST Robotics Competition regional tournament in March. Here, sophomore Emma Martin drills a component of the competition robot. The Trobots divide their efforts among students who focus on mechanical work, electrical work, programming, strategy and public relations. Amy Haynes Submitted photo

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