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Tonkabots Head to Northern Lights Regional Competition

The Mound Westonka High School Tonkabots Robotics Team is headed to Duluth, Minnesota for the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional Competition March 5-7. The Duluth competition will attract high school robotics teams from around the country for a challenge called “INFINITE RECHARGE.” Led by advisor Dale Kimball and numerous mentors, the 28-member MWHS Tonkabots team has

MWHS Tonkabots Robotics Program Continues to Excel

Mound Westonka High School is entering its fifth year as a member of the FIRST Robotics League, an international robotics program created by inventor Dean Kamen for the purpose of fostering interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) among students. FIRST stands for “For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology,” and through

Tonkabots Show Determination, Grit at Northern Lights Robotics Competition

By Becca Neuger The Mound Westonka Tonkabots FIRST Robotics Team demonstrated strong engineering, teamwork and problem-solving skills at the 2019 Northern Lights Competition in Duluth. The Tonkabots had 15 students in grades 8-12 participate in the team event, which was held March 7-9 at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. For nearly 30 years, the FIRST

Westonka Engineering and FIRST Robotics League Fundraiser

Mound American Legion Omelet Breakfast and Silent Auction Sunday, Jan. 13 9 a.m. – noon $10/person Mound American Legion, 2333 Wilshire Blvd, Mound, MN 55364 Tickets are available through: Mound Westonka High School FIRST Robotics League members Pay at the door Dale Kimball, MWHS Tonkabots Robotics League advisor and engineering teacher

Westonka FIRST Robotics Competes at Regionals

Westonka Robotics launched a new team with a new league this year. The annual FIRST™ Robotics Regional Competition was held March 2–5 in Duluth, Minnesota, with 120 teams participating. With some serious teamwork and hard work over the four-day event, the Westonka team was able to compete in over 12 matches with their robot and placed