Vex robotics: Offered to high school students who are taking Pre-Engineering Robotics class.

The VEX Robotics Design System offers students an exciting platform for learning about areas rich with career opportunities spanning science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). These are just a few of the many fields students can explore by creating with VEX Robotics technology. Beyond science and engineering principles, a VEX Robotics project encourages teamwork, leadership and problem solving among groups. Robotic Pre-Engineering class is a semester long class in which students learn to problem solve while building robots and wind blades. Students learn how to program a robot, infuse fiberglass with resin, and to design and build various complex systems. Following an engineering design process and problem solving are key component to the class. One of the major goals for the class is to apply physic and engineering concepts to real world problems.

Congratulation to the following students who participating the Southern Maine Vex Robotic tournament in the Fall of 2012. You all work very hard and have a great day.

Intro to Tech, Engineer, Work

Bonney, Cody 3280A
Brennick, Spencer 3280B
Cabral, Tyler 3280B
Castonguay, Philip 3280A
Chabot, Jacob 3280B

Christian, Dillen 3280A
Cornelio, Matthew 3280B
Givens, Kyle 3280B
Greeley, Austin 3280B
Lombardi, Sebastian 3280A
Tompkins, Jacob 3280A
Wilson, Jarred 3280B

Intro to Tech, Engineer, Work

Halliday, Dakota 3280 C
Henault, Austin 3280 C
Merchant, Sean 3280 C


Bennett, Kenneth 3280E
Dills, Michael 3280E
Herlihy, James 3280D
Jones, John 3280E
Noll, Avery 3280D
Noll, Camden 3280D
Taylor-Hampton, Michael 3280D

Robotic/Pre-engineer  class Fall 2011 who competed at USM

3280A            Kyle Gardner,  William Dennis, Jeremiah Bragg, Jake    Thompkins

3280 B             Dustin Jones, Chad Bennett, Megan Labbe

3280C             Tyler Ritter, Alec Lucarelle, Jacob Luce, Mitchell Caldwell

3280 D             Dylan Demillo, James Douglas, Travis Sturtevant

3280 E             Ian Gingrais, Adam Gettle                       

16 Total students.