Winnetka Elementary wins at national robotics competition

Winnetka Elementary School brought home major hardware from a national robotics competition in Iowa recently.

The school’s two robotics teams competed against 41 other elementary school at the CREATE U.S. Open Championships in Council Bluffs.

One Winnetka team won first place, and the other won fourth place in teamwork. The team that won first place also won the programming championship at the same competition in 2016.
The teams will compete again April 24-26 in the World Robotics Competition in Louisville, Ky.

Just look at these proud faces.

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