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Caldwell High School Robotics Team Wins National Championship

Posted on: 06/14/2017
By  Drew Rucker
This past weekend, the Caldwell High School Robotics Team brought home a national Championship from the Formula 1 competition in Austin, Texas. The Formula 1 in Schools National Championship took place Thursday June 8th through the 10th at the "Circuit of Americas in Texas.
The team took home several awards on top of their National Championship. Those awards included: Best Team, Best Engineer, Best Presentation, Best Portfolio and Display, Best Research and Development and Best Sponsorship.
With the Championship, the team now advances to the Formula 1 International competition, that will be held in the United Arab Emirates, this December.
The team was led by Instructor Mike Schott and Board of Education President, Terry Rataiczak.  The team consisted of Lane King, Tyler Secrest, Shannon Holt, Audrey Cain and TJ Rataiczak.
For a small town of Caldwell to send a team and be as successful as they have says a lot about the kids and teachers in the district. Caldwell High Principal had this to say, "Mike Schott and his Formula 1/4x4 team have shown what is possible with the great kids we have at Caldwell and I know I speak for everyone in the community when I say that it is a very good, and proud, day to be a Redskin". 

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