HAMPTON —Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, will host their first ever “VEX Seacoast Winter Classic” Robotics competition this Sat., January 19. With over fifty teams registered to compete, it promises to be a fast moving and exciting event.
Winnacunnet Engineering teams have consistently ranked well at each of the VEX competitions, and received awards for specific technical achievements. Winnacunnet has four teams that compete in the competitions. At their last event, WHS Team 4558A received the “Tournament Champions” award, which qualifies them for the U.S. National VEX Robotics Championship High School Division to be held in March.
Competition will begin at 9:00 am and conclude with the awards ceremony at 4:00 p.m. This is a free event and the public is encouraged to attend. Come for an hour, or stay the whole day! A Concession stand will be available as well as a raffle table with a chance to win great items.
To learn more about the VEX Robotics program, visit their site at www.robotevents.com
For more information on the Winnacunnet Engineering program, please email Mr. James Muthig, (Engineering Team Advisor) Math and Technology teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the WHS Engineering website at www.whsrobotics.tk.