Heinemann explains robotics, board accepts resignation

By Debi Ruiz

Mar 11, 2020

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Members of the board of education for Kimball School District #7-2 heard from Instructor Chris Heinemann on the use of robotics in the classroom and accepted a resignation at their meeting on Monday, March 9, in Room 119, the science classroom at the school in Kimball.
Prior to the meeting, members of the Family and Consumer Science class served dinner to board members.
Under student achievement, Instructor Heinemann reported receiving a Monsanto grant. He used the funds to purchase robotics and the appropriate apps. The instructor showed administrators and board members various “robots” which had been programmed by students and how each functioned.



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