Midway Middle students honored for Robotics competition

The Sampson County Schools Board of Education recognized Cooper Bryan, Ben West, Seth Wise, Solomon Woods of Midway Middle School for attending the state Beta Club Convention for the first time. The seventh graders and Beta Club members participated in the Division II Robotics Competition. The came in second place with their robot “Doug the Duck.” They will compete at the National Beta Club Convention in Savannah, Ga. in June. The students are pictured with Kim Schmidlin, vice chair for the board. -

The Sampson County Schools Board of Education recognized Cooper Bryan, Ben West, Seth Wise, Solomon Woods of Midway Middle School for attending the state Beta Club Convention for the first time. The seventh graders and Beta Club members participated in the Division II Robotics Competition. The came in second place with their robot “Doug the Duck.” They will compete at the National Beta Club Convention in Savannah, Ga. in June. The students are pictured with Kim Schmidlin, vice chair for the board.

The Sampson County Schools Board of Education recognized Cooper Bryan, Ben West, Seth Wise, Solomon Woods of Midway Middle School for attending the state Beta Club Convention for the first time. The seventh graders and Beta Club members participated in the Division II Robotics Competition. The came in second place with their robot “Doug the Duck.” They will compete at the National Beta Club Convention in Savannah, Ga. in June. The students are pictured with Kim Schmidlin, vice chair for the board.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_Students_.jpgThe Sampson County Schools Board of Education recognized Cooper Bryan, Ben West, Seth Wise, Solomon Woods of Midway Middle School for attending the state Beta Club Convention for the first time. The seventh graders and Beta Club members participated in the Division II Robotics Competition. The came in second place with their robot “Doug the Duck.” They will compete at the National Beta Club Convention in Savannah, Ga. in June. The students are pictured with Kim Schmidlin, vice chair for the board.