TEC Robotics Team Lends a Hand in White Center Spring Clean

TEC robotics students Brandan Heng and Juan Diaz (left) operate robot while children feed basket balls into robot’s launcher.

Mural art at 16th and 107th in White Center.

Students from White Center’s Technology, Engineering, and Communications (TEC) High School robotics team joined citizens, elected officials, law enforcement officers and community leaders in the ninth annual White Center Spring Clean, held on Saturday, May 19.

Members of the TEC robotics team volunteered by painting murals, pressure washing, painting trash cans, and repairing local business fronts throughout the community.

TEC robotic team members collaborated with other students from Evergreen campus on a mural at 107th St. SW and 16th Ave. SW.

After the cleanup, the T.E.C. robotics students set up a tent at Greenbridge Plaza and gave younger children a chance to operate their robot, which launches mini basketballs.

“The TEC robotics team showed pride for the community we live and work in by coming out in full force to clean up White Center,” said robotics coach Lindsey Duerre.

The effort to revitalize the area was organized by the White Center Community Development Association and other community partners.

Children drive robot while TEC robotics students Adam Lynn and Juan Diaz supervise.

Photos courtesy Highline School District.


2 Responses to “TEC Robotics Team Lends a Hand in White Center Spring Clean”
  1. Margaret Ryan says:

    I’m curious if this is the same robot that shoots baskets that appeared at the Issaquah Art Walk on June 1?

  2. Brad says:

    good kids they worked very hard, we had a good turn out

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