Jason Arnold, Academic Facilitator, South Carroll High School, left, and Thomas Milnes, Program Coordinator.
(submitted photo / October 18, 2012)
The Eldersburg-based company, Partnership and Inspiration for Engineering Education and Entrepreneurship (or PIE-3) recently formed a partnership with South Carroll High School to help the school form a robotics team that will eventually complete in sanctioned robotics events.
PIE-3 program coordinator Thomas Milnes, has already begun working to provide materials, and has met with school advisor Sean Lee. The firm is also helping provide funds for competition kits that the students will use to create robots.
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