The Princeton Community Middle School Robotics classes displayed fifty-three projects at the Ohio Technology Summit in Columbus over this past weekend. This year’s display was held in conjunction with MakerX (the Columbus Maker Expo). The PCMS display was one of eighty exhibits and was viewed by over 5,000 in attendance.
For the third year in a row, the Princeton display was awarded a Third Place plaque for Outstanding Technology Display. Fourteen student projects received ribbons through judging by the Ohio Technology and Engineering Education Association. One project was singled out as Second Place Best of Show in Energy & Power for a model made by Jonathan Blatnik of the Leonardo da Vinci Aerial Screw.
Honorable mention ribbons for various other projects were awarded to Brenda Cato, Braylon Davis, Samantha Green, Jordan Hairston, Paris Harris, Will Oliver, Ciana Rinfrow, Claudine Sessinou, Larry Shelton, Paige Stein, Simon Stewart, Keiden Tello, and The Homecoming Float Project. PCMS was once again invited to display projects at this summer’s Ohio State Fair.