4 east Idaho schools receive drones as part of $147K STEM grant

The Idaho STEM Action Center recently awarded more than $147,000 in grants to equip 22 schools and libraries throughout the Gem State with drones, including four sites in Eastern Idaho.

Teachers, librarians, and staff from Bingham Academy, Blackfoot High School, Madison High School, Teton Elementary School, and the other sites joined trainers from Idaho-based PCS Edventures and its Thrust-UAV division at a drone flight school in Boise last week. The two-day workshop taught grant recipients how to build, operate, maintain, modify, and race the unmanned aerial vehicles and pass that knowledge onto kids.

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