Newton High School Robotics Team Meets Lt. Gov.


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  • Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno talks with members of the Newton High School robotics team during a visit at the Sussex County Fair. At far right Congressman Scott Garrett (5th District of N.J.) also attended. Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno met with the Newton High School robotics team at the Sussex County Fair on Monday, August 8th 2016. Ms Guadagno interacted with the team members as they spoke with her about science and engineering and demonstrated several machines built by the team.




  • Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno (center) poses with the Newton High School robotics team and other guests. Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno met with the Newton High School robotics team at the Sussex County Fair on Monday, August 8th 2016. Ms Guadagno interacted with the team members as they spoke with her about science and engineering and demonstrated several machines built by the team.




  • Senator Steven Oroho (24th Legislative District of New Jersey) speaks with several members of the Newton High School robotics team. Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno met with the Newton High School robotics team at the Sussex County Fair on Monday, August 8th 2016. Ms Guadagno interacted with the team members as they spoke with her about science and engineering and demonstrated several machines built by the team.




  • At right Newton High School robotics team Public Relations Leader Liam Oakes speaks with Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno. Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno met with the Newton High School robotics team at the Sussex County Fair on Monday, August 8th 2016. Ms Guadagno interacted with the team members as they spoke with her about science and engineering and demonstrated several machines built by the team.



Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno met with the Newton High School robotics team at the Sussex County Fair on Monday, August 8th 2016. Ms Guadagno interacted with the team members as they spoke with her about science and engineering and demonstrated several machines built by the team.

Also attending the meeting were Congressman Scott Garrett (5th District of N.J.) and Senator Steven Oroho (24th Legislative District of New Jersey).

The Newton High School robotics team competes in several robotics competitions throughout the year.




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