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On Dec. 10 the Stone Elementary Lego Robotics team went to a competition in Cookeville and placed third in the Innovation Solutions category. The team had to program a robot to autonomously perform tasks for points and also give a five-minute presentation to a panel of judges on a specific problem and solution in regards to food safety. This was the team's first year and Mr. Sweeten couldn't be prouder of his team. The team members consisted of, in front, from left, Allen Holt, Aidan Atkin, Jacob Sweeten, Jackson Newman, Jeremiah Hood and Heath Simmons; and in back, Nolan McNew, Mr. Sweeten, Robert Ball, Cooper Wyatt, Jason Garner, Ms. Atkin, Christian Gabbard, Noah Norrod and Savanna Pittman. Not pictured are Connor Padgett and Kyle Kappel.

On Dec. 10 the Stone Elementary Lego Robotics team went to a competition in Cookeville and placed third in the Innovation Solutions category. The team had to program a robot to autonomously perform tasks for points and also give a five-minute presentation to a panel of judges on a specific problem and solution in regards to food safety. This was the team's first year and Mr. Sweeten couldn’t be prouder of his team.  The team members consisted of, in front, from left, Allen Holt, Aidan Atkin, Jacob Sweeten, Jackson Newman, Jeremiah Hood and Heath Simmons; and in back, Nolan McNew, Mr. Sweeten, Robert Ball, Cooper Wyatt, Jason Garner, Ms. Atkin, Christian Gabbard, Noah Norrod and Savanna Pittman. Not pictured are Connor Padgett and Kyle Kappel.

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