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What is VEX Robotics?
VEX is the largest and fastest growing Elementary, Middle and High School robotics program globally with more than 24,000 teams from 60 countries playing in over 1000 tournaments worldwide. The competition judges team ability to program, drive, and control a robot.
The VEX Robotics Design System offers students an exciting platform for learning about areas rich with career opportunities spanning science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Beyond science and engineering principles, a VEX Robotics project encourages teamwork, leadership, and problem solving among groups.
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Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament
January 30th - Febuary 1st, 2020 at the River's Edge Convention Center | St. Cloud, MN
The VEX Robotics Competition at St Cloud River's Edge Convention Center at the end of January will be the area's tenth consecutive world-qualifying event. Teams from high schools, Boy Scout troops, and 4-H programs from around Minnesota will compete. The event will be a three day event with Middle Schools and High School teams competing on January 30th and 31st on the game Tower Take Over. More information on the game Tower Take Over can be found here. On February 1st we will have the Elementary Schools compete in the VEX IQ Game Challenge Squared Away, more in for on the Squared Away Game can be found here.
This event is hosted by St. Cloud Technical & Community College. More information on the different events at the tournament can be found at the below links.
For more information and complete rules, visit the official VEX website.
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