FREE Robotics Workshop for ALL Scouts on SEPTEMBER 12

posted Sep 12, 2015, 12:10 PM by Chicora District   [ updated Sep 12, 2015, 12:10 PM ]
A fantastic opportunity for your scouts. Robotics is very popular with scout age  kids and can lead to so much more.



Rick

From: Andreka Johnson [mailto:andreka@sciencesouth.org]
Sent: Friday, September 04, 2015 12:28 PM

 
Good afternoon,
 
I'm excited to share with you an exciting opportunity for your Scouts! ScienceSouth in conjunction with Francis Marion University's Dooley Planetarium will hold a robotics workshop on Saturday, September 12 at ScienceSouth for both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. This opportunity is exclusively open to ACTIVE scout members and will be offered in two sessions. The first session runs from 9:00-11:00 am and is for children in Grades K-4, while the other session runs from 12:00-2:00 pm and is for scout members in grades 5-10. These sessions will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Please keep in mind that we have 25 spaces available for the morning session and 40 spaces for the afternoon session. ScienceSouth must receive registrations by Wednesday, September 9. Below you will find descriptions of both workshops.
 
Parent's can click this link: http://eepurl.com/bybr3f to register their child(ren) for this workshop. Again, we request that they please complete this process by Wednesday, September 9. Please feel free to respond to this email if you have any further questions.
 
Morning Session for Grades K-4 (25 spaces):
The students will learn about basic circuitry and build a brushbot that can race, run through a maze, or battle with other robots.
 
Afternoon Session for Grades 5-10 (40 spaces):
The students will build a simple robot and have it complete various tasks.
 
Thank you for your assistance and have a nice weekend!
 
Best,
--
Andreka Johnson
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
ScienceSouth
1511 Freedom Blvd.
Florence, SC 29505
(P) 843-679-5353 x310
(F) 843-662-7539
andreka@sciencesouth.org



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