Zionsville Community High School Robotics was selected last year by the University of Utah as one of 30 programs from the 6,000 around the world to do a study on student outcomes of robotics. The study involves an initial survey listing what each teacher feels are student outcomes and benefits of the program, along with other surveys throughout the year. ZCHS was selected for this study based on having a robotics curriculum and experiencing success at World Championships.
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YAR awards more than $9,600 in grants
Youth as Resources Boone County, a program of the United Way of Central Indiana, has awarded more than $9,600 to fund community service projects designed and implemented by local youth.
More than 30 children participated in a painting lesson Saturday, March 16, at the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library in honor of Youth Art Month.
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Chinese classes prepare for New Year celebration
Students in Chinese classes prepare for a Chinese New Year celebration, which will be from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, in the Zionsville Performing Arts Center, 1000 Mulberry St.
Schillaci represents Zionsville at Lugar symposium
Zionsville Community High School junior Dixie Schillaci represented the school at the 2012 Sen. Richard Lugar Symposium, which was at the University of Indianapolis.
Norfleet attends olympic soccer game
Evie Norfleet, a sixth-grader at Zionsville Middle School, attended the USWNT Olympic Victory Tour Soccer game in Chicago against No. 2 Germany last year.
Tea for the rich and famous
U.S. History students dressed as famous people during the Progressive Era and discussed the 1912 election at a political tea
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