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Friday, April 22, 2011

PHS Robotics Team recognized


Members of the 2010-11 PHS Robotics Club were honored Tuesday evening.
Club faculty advisor Deborah Johnson is front and center.
While Plainfield High School's Cardinals boys basketball team has garnered much attention for its Region 3 state title (the first in 27 years), I was pleased to find the District's Robotics Club team also being honored at this past Tuesday night's Board of Ed meeting.

Club members were invited to the front where they received individual certificates and shook the hands of Acting Superintendent of Schools Anna Belin-Pyles and Board of Ed members while basking in a hearty round of applause from the audience.

The club, which has participated in the annual high school robotics competition since 1997, has 43 members enrolled this year, including students from the Union County Magnet School and Union County Vo-Tech, according to faculty advisor Deborah Johnson.



-- Dan Damon [follow]


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4 comments:

Rob said...

Congratulations to a group of hard working teens ! It's always nice seeing your own hard work recognized! Nice post Dan.

Anonymous said...

Wheres Dave Wynn? You mean he wasn't the savior of these kids? Good for the robotics team.

Dwayne said...

This is fantastic news and happy to hear positive news about Plainfield.

Go CARDINALS!!!

DEW

Deborah Johnson said...

Thank you so much for the post and support!! We sincerely appreciate the encouragement. F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) has provided us with opportunities to display our commitment to demonstrate our academic abilities. Please feel free to join us.