RoboPots Grant Recipients

Here are the locations that a receiving grants of parts for RoboPots programs in 2018.

  • Skidompha Library in Damariscotta received RoboPots parts to enable two sessions of RoboPot creation during February school break, led by Christina Dorman, Maine State STEM Librarian.  You can see first-hand impressions in this Bangor Daily News article.
  • Bristol Consolidated School received RoboPots kits for all 81 of its 4th-8th graders.  Science teacher Kevin Crafts and art teacher Andrea Cough are teaming up to lead the program.  Below, you can see video of the 8th graders bringing their creations to life.
  • Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library is running RoboPots during April school vacation.  Boothbay kids had great success creating Print-a-Pets last year and looks forward to another successful program led by the library's assistant director Desiré Scorcia.
  • Patten Free Library in Bath will receive parts kits for a RoboPots program to run as part of their Summer STEM series.
  • South Bristol School will receive equipment for to enable all 5th & 6th graders to create RoboPots.  Science teacher Jason Bigonia plans to begin the program in the autumn of 2018.