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Amidst the challenges posed by the pandemic, the Granada High School Robotic team members persevered to achieve a remarkable feat. After two aborted attempts, they succeeded in helping to build a community robotic team for CHEER in the latter part of 2022.

The dedicated efforts of the Robodox team members, including Jackson Roodman and Brennon Yoo, who founded and served as main instructors, as well as Benjamin Sun, Bee Bista, Ken, and Jiya Sreejesh who contributed as assistant TAs, deserve high praise. Along with Danielle Trinh, Angle Yanga, and Rahima Ulkarim, they worked tirelessly to ensure the success of the CHEER community team.

Through two months of intensive coaching classes, the team members volunteered their time and expertise to help the community team get off the ground. Today, thanks to the tireless efforts of CHEER volunteers Zackary, Jerry Yang, and Steven Tu, the team is thriving and run entirely by volunteer students and parents.

This accomplishment is a testament to the indomitable spirit of these young people, who worked together to create something special during a challenging time. Congratulations to all those involved, and may their hard work continue to inspire others.

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