Posted August 18, 2018 11:57:29In 2015, there were just a handful of high school students in the United States who were taller than 6’1″, according to Guinness World Records.
That’s because of the prevalence of obesity among kids, and because of all the stress that parents and kids are subjected to every day, many of these kids are struggling to maintain their height.
That’s because it’s so hard for kids who are too short to achieve a high school diploma to get on the basketball team, or compete in sports like football or soccer.
And that’s why some schools in Mississippi are turning to the use of high-tech gadgets to make the most of their height in order to have kids playing and competing at an even higher level.”
Wohl says the new high-performance technology will help the schools to develop students that can compete at a level that’s never been seen before. “
We’re going to be introducing a new technology called the High-Tech Academy, which is the most innovative high-technology technology available today to help our students achieve their dreams.”
Wohl says the new high-performance technology will help the schools to develop students that can compete at a level that’s never been seen before.
It will allow them to compete in tournaments and other events.
For years, the Syscos have been experimenting with different devices and devices of different kinds to help their students get to play at a high level.
But they’re now able to bring these gadgets to schools across the country and allow them all to compete at the same level, Wohl said.
“We can’t wait for the kids to have this opportunity and get on their feet,” Wohl told Entertainment Weekly.
The Sysos use a combination of high tech equipment and a high-resolution camera system that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to find the best height and posture for the students.
Sysco is currently testing its new device, called the S-Box, in the Southeastern United States, and Wohl says it’s set to roll out in the next few months in other parts of the country.
The S-BOX is being tested by high schools across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia, according to Wohl.