Grauer Shockwave Robotics - Outreach at Encinitas Oktoberfest
Grauer's Shockwave #3848 High School Robotics team represented The Grauer School at the Encinitas Oktoberfest event on Sunday, September 29, as an outreach event for their team. Grauer Robotics students demonstrated their robot and talked about the FIRST Robotics program to hundreds of Oktoberfest attendees. They also helped many young robotics enthusiasts learn how to use the controls to drive the robot themselves, which was a big hit with everyone visiting their booth.
Thanks to Robotics team members Nate M. '20, Ava I. '20, Jason W. '21, Joshua B. '22, Lourdes F. '22, Gabriel C. '23, and Mentors Liam Murphy, Daren Gardner, and Peggy Gardner and Grauer Community Coordinator Bill Harman for representing The Grauer School at this Encinitas community event!
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Grauer's Shockwave #3848 High School Robotics team represented The Grauer School at the Encinitas Oktoberfest event on Sunday, September 29, as an outreach event for their team.
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