Lawson Crutcher, sophomore


Sophia Maxim

Sophomore Lawson Crutcher sits in Precalculus class, waiting for the bell to ring.

Sophia Maxim

“On robotics, I’m part of the electrical team. A lot of people think programming is just like magic and that it’s very hard to do, but it’s not really. It’s just the syntax. When people see that, they get scared. We went to Gainsville last weekend for a robotics competition, and we won the Chairman’s Award. The Chairman’s Award is about outreach. What our team does for outreach is we host Drones for Good, which is a program where middle school teams will build their drones then come to Grady, and they’ll fly drones around and have a competition. The other one we do is called Focus, we set the Grady cafeteria with different stations, and special ed students will come in, they’ll go to each station and we’ll teach them something about robotics.”

For more information, visit G3 Robotics or G3 Drones for Good.

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