Friend's of SLO High Robotics
For those of you who have not heard yet, San Luis Obispo High School's Computer Lab was set vandalized and set on fire early Thursday morning. The alleged perpetrators have been caught but the damage is total and severe; in addition, the previous day several laptops and a 3D printer were stolen. Softec has long been a supporter of SLO High School Robotics team that was located in the computer lab - Room 307. We hope to help get the computer lab and its students back on track as quickly as possible.
Our Softec VP, Stewart Morse, is a former SLOHS parent and Robotics sponsor - he explained that “Room 307 has been a safe environment during lunch for kids to go advance their technology skills and create lifelong friendships."
This must be an agonizing loss for Mrs. Fetcho and the students. Casualites include the robotics equipment that the students have been developing and building for several months for a competition this weekend and a statewide competition in January.
You can also send a tax deductible check to the SLO Community Foundation.
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As a parent of two robotics members I just wanted to thank the community for all of their support and generosity. The grief and shock all of us felt initially has been replaced by a very deep appreciation and renewed our faith in people. These kids are so inspired it has truly reinvigorated the whole group. They have 3 robots almost ready for this weekends meet. Thank you so much for making such a huge difference and turning a tragedy into a triumph!