The 17th annual Robotics Park event conducted by the Rhode Island School of the Future (RISF) will take place on Saturday April 25th at Martin Middle School in East Providence. The theme for 2007 is "Change Makes the World Go ‘Round".
Hundreds of RI students will be presenting and demonstrating "Change" robotic projects that they have researched, designed, built, programmed and debugged. To see students of this age (especially those in the primary grades) engaged in doing and presenting this work is a wonderful experience. We therefore invite you to join us for this exciting community event.
For more information about the event go to: http://www.risf.net/RoboPark.htm
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED ONCE AGAIN AND YOU CAN HELP CONTRIBUTE IN TWO WAYS:
1. BEING A JUDGE
2. OR A ROBOTICS PARK VOLUNTEER
RISF needs judges and volunteers to make Robotics Park happen. Judges will be needed to interview and provide feedback on student projects and volunteers are needed to help make this community event run smoothly. Please let us know if you can help and if so, in what way you feel you can best contribute. Judge training will be run at 8:30 am on Saturday, April 25th (the day of the event). Volunteer training will be held on Thursday, April 23rd from 6-8 at Martin Middle School.
To support Robotics Park as a Judge or Volunteer please email Rebekah Gendron at: firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of the students and teachers in the RISF project, let us thank you for your past efforts on their behalf and encourage you to join in the fun once again in 2009. Also, please feel free to pass this email along to anyone else who you think might enjoy being a judge or helping volunteer at Robotics Park.
Director Robotics Park 2009
Rebekah Gendron - 508-496-9478