Middle School ISS Spheres Challenge
Summer 2018

Through a partnership with MIT and NASA, the Idaho Out-of-School Network is honored to again connect Idaho youth with an out-of-this world experience this summer (July 9 - August 10, 2018) - Zero Robotics. Zero Robotics (ZR) is a computer programming competition for middle school students. Students will learn to control satellites aboard the International Space Station this summer. Zero cost for the curriculum, training or technical support. Zero experience needed for staff or students. Zero gravity - kids will write code that will run in the International Space Station.

ION is pleased to be working with the following sites in Idaho in 2018: Lakeland BASE Program, Spark Afterschool Program, Idaho Museum of Natural History, Sage International School, and Whitney Community Center.

Training dates, session dates and notification deadlines

Statistics and summary of Idaho's ZR program in 2017

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