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Flagstaff Academy robotics team unstoppable


March 30, 2016

Courtesy Photo A Flagstaff Academy robotics team was recently awarded the Chairman’s Award, which is the highest award given at the FIRST robotics national level, and will be advancing to the national finals in April.

Flagstaff Academy’s “Up-A-Creek” robotics team, comprised of a number of middle school students and led by middle school technology teacher Teresa Ewing, won the Chairman’s Award - the highest award given at the FIRST robotics national level. This award honors the team that best represents a model for other teams to emulate, and that best embodies the purpose and goals of the FIRST robotics program. The team will also be competing at the national finals in St. Louis, Missouri, from April 27-30.

Ewing was joined by another Flagstaff-based team, led by Devon Barker, middle school mat...

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