A week after receiving the kit, Melanie Rittenhouse (left), Jonah Friedrichsen, Martin Anderson and Marshal Oakes have the base assembled for Luverne High School’s first industrial-sized robot.

Competition is next step for first Luverne High School robotics team

With $9,900 in hand, the Luverne High School robotics team is setting its sights on the first competition in late February.

Adviser Aaron Perkins and students hosted the team’s first parent information meeting Jan. 8 with an eye on the calendar.

“We have 51 days and this is Day 2,” he said. “We have a lot of work.”


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