Sedalia School District 200 earned an Award of Excellence and tied for first place in the Writing category of the 2018 Missouri School Public Relations Association Awards Program for Communications Director Bob Satnan's report on Team SCREAM
Smith-Cotton High School's Team SCREAM, and other high school robotics teams from around the world learned about their challenge for the 2017 season as FIRST Robotics Competition unveiled this year’s game, FIRST Steamworks, on Saturday.
Team SCREAM was honored for its creative engineering and its leader, Michael Wright, was praised by his peers Saturday at the inaugural Missouri Robotics State Championship at the Mathewson Exhibition Center.
Smith-Cotton Robotics, Engineering and Mathematics, host of the event, received the Innovation in Design award from event sponsor Maxion Wheels...
Team SCREAM (Smith-Cotton Robotics, Engineering And Mathematics) had a good run Friday and Saturday at the FIRST Robotics Greater Kansas City Regional, but came up short in the semifinals.
The team, which had a similar run the previous weekend in the Arkansas Regional, now has its sights set on Oklahoma; that regional takes place March 27-28 in Oklahoma City and is Team SCREAM’s last chance to win
A different year, a different game, different strategy – about the only thing that will be the same for Team SCREAM as it heads into the 2015 FIRST Robotics Competition season is its quest to return to the world championships for a third consecutive year...
The UCM Mules weren't the only local team to win a championship this weekend. Smith-Cotton High School's Team SCREAM won the FIRST Oklahoma Regional robotics championship and are headed to the FIRST Robotics World Championship in St. Louis.