7960865279?profile=originalBill Nye, the ‘Science Guy,’ helped American Heritage School dedicate a new $8 million building for its scholastic programs that promote science research, engineering and robotics.  During the festivities, the science educator, television presenter, author and inventor met with students (l-r) Blake Schwartz of Boca Raton, Jake Field of Riviera Beach and Kyle Tanner of Boca Raton, who demonstrated their robot Barnard 33.  The team advanced through regional competitions to compete in the national championship this year in Houston. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

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