Grade three students at St. Joseph Catholic School in Oshawa will host their First Lego Robotics Showcase Expo on Friday, Feb. 8, at 1:30 p.m. to showcase youth fusion Lego robotics. The presentation will showcase their robotics mission to the moon projects, and judges will be recognizing and awarding the students work.
The Durham Catholic District School Board is offering more experiential learning opportunities for students in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). The Youth Fusion Lego Robotics program is part of this programming, and new to St. Joseph’s. The students were excited about the opportunity and are proud to display and talk about the project and what they have learned. The school’s “Future Cities” project, which has students provide creative solutions to problems faced by cities of the future, will also be on display.
Robotics teams from Sinclair Public Secondary School and Trafalgar Castle School will also be on hand to provide St. Joseph’s students with information on the opportunities that exist if they continue to
investigate and discover engineering pathways.