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Community Robotics Teams

This school year, the Southeastern Center of Robotics Education at Auburn University will be hosting community-based robotics teams to compete in the VEX IQ Challenge. These teams will provide students ranging from the 3rd grade to the 8th grade from various schools in the Auburn-Opelika-Lee County area the opportunity to work together throughout the school year.

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Mission 220

Mission 220 is a partnership between SCORE and the REC Foundation. During the 2020-2022 school years, we aim to start 220 new VEX IQ elementary and middle school robotics competition teams across the South, with a focus on rural, urban, and under-resourced schools. Mission 220 is a sucessor of Missions 100 and 200, which provided roughly 300 new teams with equipment, resources, training, and continued support.

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Mission 200 Teachers Learning VEX IQ Basics
2019 VEX Conference - Predecessor of SERC

Southern Educational Robotics Conference

Join us for a two-day power packed robotics education conference and learn from the experts how to maximize your efforts, be a more efficient coach for your robotics teams, and incorporate robotics into daily lesson plans. Sessions will target clasroom and competitive robotics ranging from elementary through college.

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What is SCORE?

The Southeastern Center of Robotics Education is an Auburn University Outreach initiative designed to help effectively develop and deliver robotics education to K-12 students and teachers. SCORE programs include professional development, camps, competitions, and much more. These programs aim to help prepare students for the high-tech workforce needs of today and tomorrow.

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SCORE Team at AL VEX State Championship 2020