Greene school adds robot to staff

green-school-fourth-grader-phoenix-u-dialogues-about-the-lesson-with-onscreen-classmate-bianca-z

Greene School 3rd Grader Lillie Kniskern talks about an assignment with Satya Rabb, on screen. (contributed)

 

The Greene School has added a robot to its staff, in a manner of speaking.

School officials say that Doublebot — a rolling, “Sheldon Cooper-like” robot with an iPad for a head — is used to let children who are sick at home call in to be part of a class if they’re up to it.

tgs-greenbot-and-students

4th Grader Phoenix Unzuela hangs out with onscreen classmate Bianca Zapatier.

The pre-K to 6th grade school opened in 2016 at 2001 S. Dixie Highway.

Students from the school will showcase their talents in art and dance on March 2 for parents, family and the public at Persson Hall, at the Kravis Center on Okeechobee Boulevard.

General seating is $5. Tickets may be purchased through the Kravis Center Box Office. Online: https://max.kravis.org/websales/ ; Box Office Phone: 561-832-7469

For information about the school, visit www.thegreeneschool.com.