Teams of elementary to middle age school students took part in Kids’ Day at Hewlett-Packard. The students competed in a robotics competition.
The students had all taken part in the CASE for Kids Afterschool program during the spring. The acronym stands for the Center for Afterschool, Summer and Expanded Learning. Harris County Department of Education sponsors the program.
Approximately 90 students competed at 14th Annual Kids’ Day at HP. The students hailed from nine Harris County schools and community centers. They used robots prepared in their afterschool programs. The students had to show programming, design and marketing skills.
Kids’ Day is an annual event at the HP Houston campus. HP makes the event possible through donated equipment and competition design components.
Two Aldine ISD campuses performed well at the event. Raymond Academy took home second place in the overall competition. The group from Raymond also took home first place in the Marketing Event. Stehlik Intermediate School shined too by bringing home third place in the Robotics Event.
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3rd Place — Stehlik Intermediate School
1st place-Raymond Academy
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