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Our CGES Robotics team competed at UAH to design and build robots and fields of play. Our students came up with ways to collect samples from Jupiter, launch a bomb into outer space to intercept debris headed towards Earth, drill in a cave so people can stay safe, deliver food via a robobutler, and assist with the visually impaired. Many of our students received medals and will go on to the State Competition. We are proud of our young engineers!
Our two new high schools are going up around town! You may have seen renderings of what the outside of the buildings will look like, but now you can see more of what it will be like inside through the furniture package that's planned.
Thanks to the generous donation of $30,000 from Indorama Ventures, Wetland’s Edge Environmental Center (WEEC) is able to continue a free, nationally recognized outdoor classroom experience for 8,600 students of Decatur City Schools.
Students K–12 will be participating in Hour of Code to learn more about the cool things they can make with computer science! Read more about the experience here.
Principal Bergeson was spotted reading the book, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? to kindergarten students on Brown Crayon Day.
Students at CGE had a load of fun getting to watch the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st. We want to say thank you to our PTA for the solar eclipse glasses!