Technology Student Association (Robotics Club)
also known as Robotics Club at NBMS
*open to any NBMS student, via application.
*Dues are associated with the club. If dues are an issue, please let Mrs. McDevitt know. Do not let dues be the reason you do not participate.
*Clubs will be held on Tuesdays 3:00-4:15 pm. This is subject to change - time will be extended as needed, Thursdays may be added as needed (during winter months). Competitions will be Feb-March. Club will end after competitions/conventions.
contact Mrs. McDevitt for more information
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