MESA Robotics

MESA Robotics Club


Timberline PK8 is excited to participate in The Math, Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA) robotics program again this year.  The MESA robotics club meets every thursday from 3:35 to 4:30 throughout the school year. We are building robots using Vex Robotics parts. These robots are operated with a wireless joystick and are powered by a battery.The robots are designed for use in competitions against other middle schools from our area. 

For more information about our program please contact Peter Sutyak 303-772-7900

The MESA program has been the premier science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education program in the St. Vrain Valley School District since 2000.

MESA's unique mission is to encourage, motivate, support and prepare students for success in the pursuit of undergraduate degrees and careers in STEM.

MESA serves all District students but has a particular interest and focus on students from groups that are historically underrepresented in science, engineering, and other math based careers. MESA students in elementary, middle and high schools prepare for and explore these professions through collaborative projects focused on building math, science, technology, and communication skills.

The vision of MESA is to support the national science and mathematics educational agenda by ensuring that MESA students develop a high level of literacy in mathematics, science, and technology so they can play a leading role within an increasingly technology-based world.

For more information about MESA, visit the MESA blog site.



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