Saguaro Robotics, STEM students participate in Spring Training Festival
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Saguaro Robotics, STEM students participate in Spring Training Festival

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  • Becky Kelbaugh/Scottsdale Unified School District

Saguaro High School Robotics and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students and teachers will participate in the City of Scottsdale’s Spring Training Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 at Scottsdale Civic Center Mall at 3838 N. Drinkwater Boulevard in Scottsdale.

 Saguaro High School students and teachers Susan Lindberg and Chris Brandt will display two robots and showcase their STEM clubs.

Children and adults can play with the smaller “VEX IQ” robot, which has a claw to pick up objects, by using a controller similar to that of a PlayStation videogame console.

The Lunch Bunch STEM Club students will demonstrate how to do “engineering on a dime.” Children can also make balloon racers out of life savers, tape, straws, balloons and craft sticks.

Admission to this award-winning event, which combines the past, present and future of baseball in fun and unique ways, is free.

For information, contact Becky Kelbaugh at: 480-484-6223,

Scottsdale Unified School District, where we Engage, Educate and Empower Every Student, Every Day. The District and 15 schools have earned the state’s highest A-F Achievement Profile grade – A. All Scottsdale schools are graded as A, B, or C by the Arizona Department of Education. For more information about Scottsdale Unified schools, please visit