ELKHART — When the coronavirus pandemic compelled competition season to be cut short for robotics teams, Elkhart’s E3 Robotics Center found an alternative way to keep students engaged in science, technology, engineering and math while at home.

Since local and state programs have been postponed or canceled for the rest of the season, the not-for-profit robotics center has continued to meet with students digitally.

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