Sossaman Middle School students teach robotics

Students from Sossaman Middle School in Higley Unified School District spent a day at Arizona State University’s Preschool in May to introduce robotics to the young students.
As the robotics program at Higley Unified School District’s two middle schools continues to grow, the students are expanding their knowledge through interactive events and competitions.
Ten Sossaman Middle School students went to ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool on May 8. They spent about an hour and a half with the younger children doing literacy and robotics activities.
Before their trip, the Sossaman students taught the same lessons to students in the Sue Sossaman Early Childhood Development Center located on their Queen Creek campus, 18655 E. Jacaranda Blvd
Students demonstrated the VEX robotics and read the story, “The Robot and the Bluebird,” to the children, Sossaman robotics teacher John Burke said.
Sossaman and Cooley middle schools opened in the Higley Unified School District in 2013. Robotics is a popular elective for students.

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