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1.17 Grady High School Robotics Team Hosts Adaptive Event for Special Needs Students
ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Office of Communications and Public Engagement
130 Trinity Avenue SW | Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Ian Smith, Executive Director
Seth Coleman, Media Relations Manager
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 17, 2020
Grady High School Robotics Team Hosts Adaptive Event for Special Needs Students
ATLANTA -- The robotics team at Grady High School, G3, is one of the most successful in the country, having won several state, regional and national competitions.
Now the members of the team are giving back to the community by sharing their love for robotics with special needs students through an Adaptive Maker Faire. The event will feature STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activities specifically geared towards special needs students, including a robot and drone demonstration.
The Adaptive Maker Faire is scheduled for Saturday, 9 a.m. – noon at Grady High School (929 Charles Allen Drive – Eighth Street Entrance).
WHAT: Grady High School’s robotics team, G3, hosts an adaptive technology fair for special needs students.
WHEN: Saturday, January 18 | 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
WHERE: Grady High School | 929 Charles Allen Drive (Eighth Street Entrance)
VISUALS: Several interactive STEM and technology-based experiments, projects and
inventions will be on display.
INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES: G3 team members (https://www.g3robotics.com/).
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