OEC JBC Grant Application
2019-2020 OEC's Junior Botball Challenge Funding
The KISS Institute for Practical Robotics (a nonprofit STEM-based educational organization) recently received funds through the Oklahoma Electric Cooperative to support “Junior Botball Challenge” (JBC) programs in their areas of service.
The Grant Will Provide to Each School Site:
JBC Robotics Kits ($500 each)
- Kits include the robotics controller, building materials (LEGO and custom metal building pieces), electronics kit (various motors, servos, analog, and digital sensors), and 2 Vinyl Activity Mats.
Professional Development workshops (one-day ~6 hrs) for participating teachers (ongoing throughout the year: introductory and intermediate)
- Schools must serve within OEC's territory. See list of school districts:
- Schools must put up the $75 program registration fee for the year, this fee covers access to all online program curriculum and resources as well as registration to any Challenge events for the 19-20 school year.
I understand that if I receive a grant and accept equipment from Oklahoma Electric Cooperative for the Junior Botball Challenge Program, that my school is responsible for paying the $75 program fee. This fee pays the annual program fee for the 2019-2020 school year; which provides access to the online curriculum and other resources and includes registration for one team at any Challenge events for that year.
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