A group of North Clayton Middle School students placed second this past weekend in the Georgia First LEGO League 2012 Senior Solutions competition. The RoboTigers team built a robot, prototype and answered questions about the core values of the program. The event was held at Drew Charter School Saturday. The team’s robot was created using LEGO parts and a small computer. North Clayton Middle was the first school in Clayton to participate in the contest. The team members were Bailey Jordan, Dagm Behailu, Jason Purce, Ali Sesay, Terrance Dorsey, Kendall Jordan, Victoria Haggwood and Camille Taylor. Nezetta Johnson, Mark Smith and Stacy Nelson coached the team and Zenobia Johnson and Sandra Caughman were the parent mentors. The team is supported by Boeing. Morehouse Trio Program is one of the sponsors.
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