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Genesis: Pathways to Success (GPS), Jac-Cen-Del Community School Corporation, and German American Bank, the contest’s James Madison sponsor, are pleased to announce the 8th Annual Regional Rube Goldberg Machine Contest on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at 10:15 a.m. at Jac-Cen-Del High School in Osgood, Indiana.  The public is welcome to attend this family-friendly, exciting competition.

This year’s Rube Goldberg machines are challenged to “Put Money in a Piggy Bank” with a minimum of 10 steps (Division I), a minimum of 20 steps (Division II), and a maximum of 75 steps in each Division. These clever contraptions promise to amaze and inspire kids of all ages!  

The schools competing in this year’s Division I Rube Goldberg Machine Contest include Batesville Middle School, South Ripley Junior High School, Milan Middle School, St. Louis School, Jac-Cen-Del Junior High School, Moores Hill Elementary School, and St. Nicholas School. 
Division II competitors are Milan High School, Greenwood High School, Ivy Tech Community College, Batesville High School, West High School (Ohio), Anderson High School, and two teams from the Ripley County Engineering Academy. 

Thanks to our sponsors -
German American Bank, Hill-Rom, Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, Kids Discovery Factory, Friendship State Bank, Napoleon State Bank, Elgin Fastener Group, and Proud Moments Engraving.  The contest is funded in part by an Operation Roundup Grant from Southeastern Indiana REMC Community Fund and a grant from the Shopko Foundation.

VEX Robotics Competition

2019 Highlights
Congratulations to all of the VEX IQ teams who represented Ripley County at competitions this year! #GreatKidsThriveHere #RipleyCountyRocks!

Attention Southeastern Indiana Manufacturers!

We are in the process of conducting our 2019 Manufacturing Survey, and we are asking for your input.  
The survey is inclusive of manufacturing positions relating to general production positions, which work in manual labor. Generally, such employees engage in work that includes fabrication, assembly, welding, material handling, warehousing and shipping, maintenance, repair, operator, packaging, and other related work.  Any identifying information gathered will remain confidential and will be redacted from any reports that may be generated.  
Thank you for taking the time to complete the 

Save the Dates

June 11 - 6th Grade Manufacturing Camp, 1-4pm,
Southeastern Indiana YMCA
June 18-20 - Advanced Manufacturing Camp, 12:00-4:30pm, 
meeting at Ivy Tech, Batesville
June 24-28 - Standard and Advanced Air Force Association CyberPatriot Camp
8 am-noon Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8 am - 4 pm Wednesday
Jac-Cen-Del High School

We appreciate your support of programs like these,
that lead students on the Pathways to Success!
Gift to the Genesis Fund!
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Batesville, IN 47006

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