LARC Leads the Way in Robotics

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Four of the Long Beach Public Schools’ fourth-grade LARC Robotics Teams were among only 6 percent of teams around the world that earned coveted spots in the International Wonder League Robotics Competition Invitational Round. The WLRC is an international coding and robotics competition for future tech leaders and innovators. 

Almost 8,000 teams participated in the WLRC competition from 69 countries. They participated in five rounds of intensive missions over a five-month period to compete for a chance to earn a spot in the Wonder Workshop-sponsored International Invitational Round. Through a series of story-based missions, the teams developed problem-solving, growth mindset, and creativity skills through coding and programming. The LARC robotics teams, coached by Dr. Caitlin King and Justin Sulsky, designed solutions for real-world science and technology challenges by programming their robots. 

Congratulations to Team 1 members Sydney Bergstein, Cian Donaghy, Ian Olivo and Maia Rossi; Team 2 participants Dylan Brennan, Amy Alvarado-Lopez, Miles Murphy and Aaliyah Trichter; Team 4 students Michael Amato, Magnolia Campbell, Ariana Lye and Charles Muskin; and Team 7 members Sadie D'Amico, Theodore Gargiulo, James Long and Tamer Unver.