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Communication can be a little difficult in high school, and that is no different for “Robot” as Durango High School science teacher Teresa Craft and Robotics Club students from left, Christopher Rodriguez, 15; Ian Phillips, 16; and Stowe Brunso, 14; ponder a communication problem with their creation. Last year, the club finished 16th out of 33 schools in the first Tech Challenge at Regis University. “We are having trouble with the very detailed Advanced C robot programming,” Craft said. Ian is the son of Christine and Mike Phillips. Christopher is the son of Alex and Laverne Rodriguez, and Stowe is the son of Sven and Beth Brunso. Enlarge photo

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Communication can be a little difficult in high school, and that is no different for “Robot” as Durango High School science teacher Teresa Craft and Robotics Club students from left, Christopher Rodriguez, 15; Ian Phillips, 16; and Stowe Brunso, 14; ponder a communication problem with their creation. Last year, the club finished 16th out of 33 schools in the first Tech Challenge at Regis University. “We are having trouble with the very detailed Advanced C robot programming,” Craft said. Ian is the son of Christine and Mike Phillips. Christopher is the son of Alex and Laverne Rodriguez, and Stowe is the son of Sven and Beth Brunso.