Robotics Club presents at Haslett Board meeting

The board meeting at Haslett Public Schools featured something a little bit different, maybe even exciting for robot enthusiasts.

Steve Snead, one of the coaches of the Haslett Robotics Club, gave a PowerPoint presentation about the club does, and four students each showed the board something they were involved with in the club whether it was a robot or a contract agreeing to respect each other.  

Four students in the club showed the board members something they had from the club. A few robots were seen as well as a social contract that set the rules for the club that some of the students made. Snead not only wanted to give a presentation to show the board what the students had accomplished but also to raise awareness of some of the club’s budget issues. The club started in 2008 and is experiencing growing pains, forcing club leaders to use space outside of the classroom.