* The little girl from the school Professor Antonio Soto Solis, won her entry after winning the National Robotics Competition
September 1, 2021 by the formulation
The City Council of Soledad, through the Directorate of Education and Civic Action, has informed that a student from the school of Professor Antonio Soto Solís, located in the district of San Felipe, will participate in an international festival of science and technology by winning a national robotics competition prize.
In this regard, the district director, Juan Carlos Torres Cedillo, indicated that an invitation had been received to attend the robotics camp, where five girls were selected in the sixth grade, “Free robotics programming workshop for girls, Campa MET ”.
The Soledad girls participated in two-week programming challenges with the participation of the AC&T Global Foundation and the MET community in the United States; Competing schools in the states of Nuevo Leon and Querétaro participated with 40 girls aged 11 to 15, as well as teachers specializing in science and technology.
To this end, VEXcode software was used free of charge for all participants, which is an online programming platform in which a virtual robot can be programmed using a programming language.
After qualifying for the final, Aileen Gasca Hernandez was joined by students Zuli Guardiola from Pedro Montoya de Soledad School, and Stetali Mendes and Gabriela Hernandez from Ciudad de los Niños de Monterrey, as they took on all challenges.
Aileen Jasca Hernandez, a pupil of the elementary school Professor Antonio Soto Solis in the San Felipe neighborhood, Soledad de Graciano Sanchez, won the first place by achieving the programming goals with the robot, so when she won the victory she decided to participate in the first festival for girls in Latin America, which will be held in November in Medellin, Colombia.
Showcasing women and girls participating in tournaments, conferences and innovative content, the festival is a catalyst for the development and promotion of STEM as part of education and women’s empowerment through your knowledge and skills. .
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