Parkview senior builds Lego Robotics Competition tables for school

Parkview senior and his Eagle scout project.

Parkview School has two new Lego Robotics Competition tables thanks to 12th grader, Dylan Proctor. Dylan has been a Parkview student since he began Kindergarten in 2009. When considering his Eagle Scout project, he wanted to give back to his beloved school community which has given so much to him. Mrs. Letty Bernstein, the Lego Robotics teacher, mentioned her desire for a competition table, so Dylan made that the goal for his Eagle Scout project.

With the help of family, friends, and other Scouts who attend Parkview (Kayla Kim, Kenneth Kim, Elyse Proctor, and Toby Proctor), Dylan was able to complete the robotics tables over the summer and deliver them in time for classes this fall. Thanks to some generous donations, Dylan was able to exceed his commitment to make one table and instead made two!

Dylan has been a Scout since first grade. Over the years, he has learned many useful Scout skills and essential leadership skills. He has been fortunate to utilize those skills, not only within Scouts, but at Parkview taking on roles in Leadership, National Honor Society, performing arts, and the Superintendent’s High School Advisory Council.

Dylan is pictured above with Mrs. Dominique Polchow (principal) and Mrs. Letty Bernstein (Lego Robotics teacher).

Parkview School is the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District’s TK-12 home school program designed for students who desire an alternative to traditional classroom instruction. Instructional strategies may include independent study, online learning, concurrent classes, and workshops.

Parkview senior and his Eagle scout project. Parkview senior and his Eagle scout project.

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