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Updated: 11/18/2013 09:52:06AM

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PHOTO COURTESY OF EMILEE BARRETT

Robotics is an important feature of Tech Trek.

PHOTO COURTESY OF SKY ACADEMY

Emilee Barrett, eighth grader at SKY Academy, attended the week-long Tech Trek STEM event put on by American Association of University Women this past summer.

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The Orion Crew exploration vehicle was originally part of NASA's Constellation Program, which is no longer active. It is located at NASA at Kennedy Space Center and is NASA's first deep space craft.

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Dr. Lynn Fox, left, SKY Academy teacher/curriculum coordinator; Shirley Reid, American Association of University Women (AAUW) camp director for 2014; Georgie Ann Fedako, fundraising; Jane Farley, student/family; Pat Weber, student/family coordinator; Carol Newnam, fundraising coordinator; Scott Barrett; Christine Barrett; Michelle Sooklal, far right, SKY assistant principal; and Emilee Barrett, third right. Emilee attended the Tech Trek Camp at University of Central Florida. All observed the powerpoint presentation Emilee gave at the general meeting of AAUW Venice branch.

By AUDREY BLACKWELL

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Emilee Barrett is a young lady on a mission.

The eighth-grade honors student at SKY Academy wants to be a neuroscientist.

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