Galt High engineering program looks to fill holes in job market
Galt High senior Stacy Wilson directs her group member, Blly Bassett, while he controls a robotic arm Wednesday at Galt High School. The robotic arm is supposed to be programmed by the group to pick up a block and drop it on a mouse trap, triggering it. Wilson will be attending California State University Sacramento for a civil engineering degree to work in construction management. (Brian Feulner/News-Sentinel)
Posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2008 10:00 pm
Galt High School sophomore D.J. Finkes and junior Sterling
Shells, both 16, sit huddled over a circuit board trying to get a
light to blink at the right time.
To the average person, this painstakingly slow task might seem
boring, but the boys couldn't be more enthralled. So enthralled, in
fact, that they don't immediately leave when the bell rings.
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Wednesday, April 9, 2008 10:00 pm.