In this 2017 photo, Daniella Fragile, 12, right, and teammate Salia Harris, 10, practice piecing together and working with a "sustainabot" inside the West Virginia State S.T.E.M. Lab in Beckley, W. Va. The two St. Francis de Sales Catholic School students are preparing to take their skills to the 2017 World Robot Olympiad.
In this 2017 photo, Daniella Fragile, 12, right, and teammate Salia Harris, 10, practice piecing together and working with a "sustainabot" inside the West Virginia State S.T.E.M. Lab in Beckley, W. Va. The two St. Francis de Sales Catholic School students are preparing to take their skills to the 2017 World Robot Olympiad. Brad Davis AP
In this 2017 photo, Daniella Fragile, 12, right, and teammate Salia Harris, 10, practice piecing together and working with a "sustainabot" inside the West Virginia State S.T.E.M. Lab in Beckley, W. Va. The two St. Francis de Sales Catholic School students are preparing to take their skills to the 2017 World Robot Olympiad. Brad Davis AP

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