Middle School Robotics
The Middle School Robotics Program at Kingston Middle School offers a unique approach to teaching engineering, computer science, math, and science through hands-on experiences. The program aims to cultivate creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration in students, preparing them for future technology-focused careers.
Students actively learn by participating in investigations, tackling technological challenges, and designing automated machines. The program highlights teamwork and communication, essential skills for professional success. Through the Robotics Program, students develop curiosity, resilience, adaptability, and perseverance, crucial qualities for navigating the ever-changing technological landscape.
Middle school students display a natural enthusiasm for information technology, integrating it seamlessly into their daily lives. The Robotics Program provides these students with hands-on, real-world experiences in various STEM fields, preparing them for future professional success.
In Robotics classrooms, students learn math, science, and engineering through creativity and practical experiences with technology. They engage in investigations and technological challenges, building machines that perform automated tasks. This hands-on approach inspires students to solve problems, overcome challenges, and collaborate with others.
The application period for the North Kitsap School District's Robotics program for the 2023-2024 academic year has come to a close. Looking ahead to the 2024-2025 school year, the application window for students will open in winter 2024. Relevant information will be provided on the district's website when the time comes. If you have any inquiries, please don't hesitate to reach out to John Waller, Assistant Director of Innovative Learning (360) 396-3040