Congratulations to our Robotics Team! Keep up the amazing work! After 6 intense weeks, 33 students, their teachers, and engineering and programming mentors made the voyage to compete at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.Thirty-six teams from New York, Connecticut, South Carolina, Canada, […]
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Congratulations to our Robotics Team! Keep up the amazing work!
After 6 intense weeks, 33 students, their teachers, and engineering and programming mentors made the voyage to compete at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.Thirty-six teams from New York, Connecticut, South Carolina, Canada, India, and Turkey competed. John Dewey’s Megalodons placed first in the competition and were also recognized with the Innovation in Control Award. Their win makes Team 333 the first, and currently only, New York City team to advance to the FIRST Robotics Competition World Championship in late April.
NYC Public Schools Congratulated the Robotics team on twitter.
— NYC Public Schools (@NYCSchools) March 21, 2017
The New York Immigration Coalition is pleased to invite you to our next Key to the City: A Family Resource Day, a one-stop shop for resources for immigrant New Yorkers. It will take place in Flatbush om 9am to 1pm on Saturday, April 8.
We are partnering with the New York Legal Assistance Group to bring the community a free immigration legal clinic, where anyone can get a screening and ask questions. The Mexican Consulate will be providing on-site consular services to their citizens. Community organizations will also be offering resources for healthcare, education, finances, and more. As always, Key to the City is free and open to all.