Students from Sehome High School’s robotics club, the Sehome Seamonsters, tighten the frame of a robot they built for an international competition in April 2016. As part of its new graduation requirements, Bellingham Public Schools will offer more elective classes, like robotics, beginning in the 2017-18 school year.
Students from Sehome High School’s robotics club, the Sehome Seamonsters, tighten the frame of a robot they built for an international competition in April 2016. As part of its new graduation requirements, Bellingham Public Schools will offer more elective classes, like robotics, beginning in the 2017-18 school year. Evan Abell aabell@bhamherald.com
Students from Sehome High School’s robotics club, the Sehome Seamonsters, tighten the frame of a robot they built for an international competition in April 2016. As part of its new graduation requirements, Bellingham Public Schools will offer more elective classes, like robotics, beginning in the 2017-18 school year. Evan Abell aabell@bhamherald.com

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