Motorized Toy Competition prepares students for the future

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Michael Motin is on a mission to help his team win first place at the 2019 Troup Motorized Toy Car Competition. 
“I want to win because I spent all of this time on this car and I want to show them what we’re working on, says student Michael Motin. 
For nine weeks, Troup County Middle School students have been preparing for this very moment. Teacher Tiffany Graham says her students want to win. 
These students are pushing the limits and their patience in designing and building their cars. 
Participant Isabella McGhee is up for the challenge.
We have been paying attention a lot, and we are staying on task, says student Isabella McGhee.
Students like Isabella know it’s not just about building a car today, it’s about building dreams for tomorrow.
We just get to learn all these new things and it teaches me a lot of things I could use in the future, says McGhee. 
And as for Michael, he’s glad “A World In Motion” has come along. 
I didn’t know what AWIM was until my nana explained it to me. And because I like hands-on activities, I applied for it, says Motin. 
Just another way KIA is preparing students for the future. 

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