TechHOUNDS prepares for Sept. 3 call out, new leadership and programs

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TechHOUNDS robot operations leader and senior Kalen Rudd rearranges his tool set during an SRT work session. The TechHOUNDS call out meeting will take place Sept. 3.

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TechHOUNDS, this school’s robotics team, has been preparing all summer for its Sept. 3 call out meeting.  TechHOUNDS head mentor James Bonewit is excited for the new programs the team

TechHOUNDS robot operations leader and senior Kalen Rudd rearranges his tool set during an SRT work session. The TechHOUNDS call out meeting will take place Sept. 3.
TechHOUNDS robot operations leader and senior Kalen Rudd rearranges his tool set during an SRT work session. The TechHOUNDS call out meeting will take place Sept. 3.

will be introducing. According to TechHOUNDS robot operations lead and senior Kalen Rudd, the leadership has changed a great deal for this upcoming season.

Leadership meetings took place at CHS over the summer. Rudd said, “We discussed what will be changing and what we want TechHOUNDS to be about.”
One new form of involvement for the team is its hosting of a Women in Technology Workshop, which will take place on Sept. 26.  The workshop is open to students in grades 6-8.
Bonewit said, “With our fresh new ideas and batch of student leaders, we all have high hopes for the call out meeting and beyond.”
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