Whitman’s Robotics Team Earns 2nd Place at STEM Summit

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At the recent STEM Diversity Summit held at Farmingdale University, Walt Whitman’s High School Robotics team made one of the afternoons presentations and then went on to take a solid 2nd place out of the many high schools present. Their presentation showcased a FIRST robot, able to shoot baskets and cross bridges. This all-day summit sponsored by Farmingdale University is working to connect K-12 students with higher education, the community, and the workforce through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Presenting for the Whitman Robotics team were, left to right in photo: Zach Cammer, Jonathan Ross, James Pineda, Ashley Sardelli, Team Advisor Mr. Jaime Rogers, Casey File, Nicole Katz, and Matt Delsignore.