FALLBROOK – Potter Junior High School hosted the second annual Fallbrook Union Elementary School District Robotics Tournament, showcasing the ingenuity and talent of young minds in the field of robotics Friday, Dec. 15. Potter Junior High School announced that amidst the fierce competition, their own team, the Ladies of Lego, emerged in the first-place position.
Teams from Mary Fay Pendleton and San Onofre elementary schools, both K-8 schools, attended, creating an atmosphere charged with innovation and competitive spirit.
The event brought together 10 judges, comprising community members and district staff, who lent their expertise and support to evaluate the projects and designs on display.
Teacher Chuck Floto organized the event along with guiding and mentoring Potter Jr. High students in robotics; the school secured both first and second place in the competition.
Principal Alejandro Gonzalez of Potter Jr. High expressed admiration and congratulations to all participating schools.
"Potter Junior High School is immensely proud of the outstanding robotic excellence demonstrated by all the participating schools. The commitment, teamwork and innovative spirit showcased at the second annual FUESD Robotics Tournament highlight the incredible potential of our young minds in shaping a future driven by technology. Congratulations to all the students for their remarkable achievements," Gonzalez said.
FUESD thanked all participants, judges and volunteers who contributed to the success of the tournament.
Submitted by Fallbrook Union Elementary School District.