This year Harrison County schools were given the opportunity to have a robotics camp by Georgetown College. Students in grades 4 and 5 participated in the camp. Twenty-four students attended camp to build and program a robot using Legos and Lego Mindstorm software. The students spent five days programming their robots to complete a variety of tasks that went along with the Summer Olympics, such as programming their robot to detect a line and follow the line as if they were runners in the Olympics. The camp concluded with a competition to see which robot could stay in the square the longest without being hit by another robot. Students who took part in the camp are: front row, from left, Dalton Pergram, Nathan Maynard, Wilson Duckworth, Daniel Wright; second row, Zachary Getting,Thomas Morris, Dylan Brown, Addison Moore, Colton Kendall, Michael Massey, Corey Wagoner, Tyler Hudgins, Evan Copes; back row, Boston Pergram, Brenton Giles, Layton Childress, James Dennis, Preston Weisgerber, Hunter Thomas, Jonah Case, Ben Merriman, Ruth Tutewiler.