The Lego-tronics program is held after school with 3rd, 4th and 5th graders, with each session lasting six to seven weeks. Students pair up to build a Lego-tronic device, which is programmed through a lap top computer to perform various functions that are mechanical in nature, such as making a vehicle move. Funding for this program has been provided by Applied Materials, as well as the Educational Foundation for Rockport.
VHS is important to me because it allowed me to learn more about something I am passionate about. Rockport High School wasn't able to offer a course in Screenwriting, so having VHS as an option is fantastic. VHS is important to the school because it can offer classes for students to be excited about taking part in. The information I took from this class is invaluable and I am very grateful for this opportunity. - Tony Ciluffo