2016 MESA USA National Engineering Design Competition

| June 25, 2016

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Congratulations to the NM MESA teams at the 2016 MESA USA National Engineering Design Competition in Ogden Utah. Red Mountain MS and Deming HS won 1st Overall in both Middle school and High school classifications. Here they are competing in the object relocation challenge.

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