The Nuts and Bolts of the Robotics Club

  Get your wrenches and scrap metal ready, Shorians. That is because starting this year, Lake Shore is introducing the Robotics Club to students. Being overseen by Mallory Miller, Computer Tech teacher, the new club will be dedicating its time to creating awesome robots to both compete and showcase the technical skills of Lake Shore students to the community.

  The club will be very centric on building and programming robots for various competitions. There are no prerequisites for students to join the club, with any and students being accepted. As of now, the club has fifteen members signed up and hopes to continually grow more and more. Miller went on to welcome all students who are interested, saying, “We will take all students willing to learn about building and coding.” This means that if there are any students interested in such activities they should go talk to Miller in her classroom as soon as they can before the club fills up.

  “It’s really cool that we finally have a club like this at Lake Shore,” said Lake Shore senior, Avni Avdulla “We all are ready to start competing and learning as we go.” The club’s next meeting is on Tuesday, December 20th after school in Miller’s classroom (Room 106). Future competitions are already scheduled as well. On January 7th, the robot will be revealed at the first competition. Afterward, on the 11th of March, the first Districts Competition will take place at Center Line. The second competition will be on April 8th at Marysville. So, get ready Lake Shore for some awesome creations by your awesome classmates.