All past, current, and future members, please join us for the Tri-County Robotics Banquet at James Rumsey Technical Institute. May 1st at 6pm-8pm Ages 18 and up $15 Ages 7 to 17 $10 Family tickets (4 or fewer people) $30 Fill out the form below to make your reservation. Who should attend All students who are currently participating, or are interested in participating in after school robotics (FLL, VEX, Robofest) and their parents. We will be unveiling the new VEX competition for next year. The Tri-County Robotics Banquet on May 1st is the perfect event for your family to learn about...Read More
The ProStart program had to bake, make, and design a cake that satisfied an imaginary customer’s needs. They had to follow certain requirements, but for the rest of the cake they were allowed to have creative freedom with it. Different themes were chosen for the students, examples such as a little boy’s birthday, a sweet 16 birthday party, or a baby shower. Within four days, the students must finish the cakes and turn it into the chef for a grade. The Cake Design Project allowed students to develop their skills for cake decorating. A student said they were “given a...Read More
The VEX robotics teams of James Ramsey went to three competitions this year, and slowly built up to the third competition, which was the state championship at the Falcon Center on March 3rd. The three teams, The Highlanders, The Titanium Barons, and The Outsiders are students from both the high school and the middle school. The first competition was the same Falcon Center on February 3rd. While neither team was in the top eight, the Highlanders made it to the finals and the Outsiders made it to the semifinals. The next competition was another regional qualifier at James...Read More
The Adult Culinary Class, taught by Chef Coble, was preparing for their first soup practical on September 29, 2017. They created many soups, such as bisques, smoked chicken, vegetable beef. The adult students were making the soups for the teachers at James Rumsey. The teachers could order any of the soups they wanted to try, however depending on the soup depended on which student the soup came from. Each student had to make his or her own soup and the students would receive a grade based off how well the teachers liked their soups. This is the first time...Read More
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