Editorial: Robotics clubs engage students



“The possibilities are limitless,” Brandon Boas, a junior at Seymour High School, said in a recent story on robotics classes and clubs being offered at Brownstown Central, Seymour and Trinity Lutheran high schools. They are expected to expand to Crothersville and Medora, as well.

That’s the kind of reaction we should all like hearing from 17-year-olds and others enrolled in these once futuristic classes that help prepare our young people for post-secondary education and the local labor force.

Those are the kind of words we should all hope to hear from our young people about learning in general.

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