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Warren High School may offer robotics training soon
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It appears Warren County High School will be offering advanced robotics training as part of its curriculum in the near future.The city Finance Committee has tentatively approved a donation of $30,000 as requested by Todd Herzog to help establish the training lab. Members Everett Brock, Mike Neal and Ben Newman unanimously approved the allocation and sent the measure to the full board for its consideration.According to Herzog, the start-up cost is $114,099. With the city’s donation of $30,000 the school will have everything it needs to add advanced robotics to its curriculum.“We needed $115,000 as a minimum to place a robotics lab at the high school,” said Herzog.