For the third year in a row, the Indian Hill School District congratulates students in the Indian Hill Robotics Club for earning a $2,200 robotics grant from P&G. Funds will benefit the robotics program for the growing Indian Hill Middle School team, which is now four teams strong. The funds will allow members to expand their ability to compete.
“P&G, as a corporate sponsor, has been a tremendous support in helping us to evolve our robotics offerings at both Indian Hill High School and Indian Hill Middle School,” said teacher Myrtis Smith, who mentors the Indian Hill High School Robotics Club. “We celebrate all our students have accomplished, and we sincerely thank P&G for this continued and valued assistance.”
“We continue to expand the offerings for our Indian Hill Middle School robotics students,” said teacher Vic Schultz, who mentors the Indian Hill Middle School students. “We have more sixth grade students than ever competing, which only strengthens our overall club organization.”
The Indian Hill Robotics Club begins competition December 10, 2022.
Photo caption: Indian Hill Robotics students will benefit from a $2,200 robotics grant from P&G; this is the third consecutive year students have been awarded the P&G grant.