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G BOTS - FTC Robotics Team
The G-bots is a FIRST Tech Challenge robotics team. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). We engage middle and high school students into the wonderful world of robotics. Every September FIRSTR issues a challenge to over 1200 FTC teams worldwide. This challenge is in the form of a game played on a 12 ft by 12 ft playing field. The robot has to perform a number of feats; each is awarded a point value. Points are added together to produce a final score for the match. Throughout the season emphasis is placed on the design process, teamwork, sportsmanship and of course robot building and programming. The program is designed to foster a greater understanding of Science, Math and Engineering principles and their respective application in everyday life. Super Robotic Eagles a FLL Robotics Team - The Super Robotic Eagles is a FIRSTR LEGOR League (FLLR)robotics team. Introduces younger students to real-world engineering challenges by building LEGO-based robots to complete tasks on a 4ft by 8ft playing surface. FLL teams, guided by their imaginations and adult coaches, discover exciting career possibilities and, through the process, learn to make positive contributions to society.
Elementary and middle-school students get to:
What FLL teams accomplish is nothing short of amazing. It's fun. It's exciting. And the skills they learn will last a lifetime. The season runs from September to the first weekend in December. We meet in the computer Lab at least one day a week after school and once on Saturday.
Super Robotic Eagles a Jr.FLL Team - Super Robotic Eagles is a Junior FIRSTR LEGOR League (Jr.FLLR) team. Junior FIRSTR LEGOR League (Jr.FLLR) is a hands-on program designed to capture young children's inherent curiosity and direct it toward discovering the possibilities of improving the world around them. Just like FIRSTR LEGOR League (FLLR), this program features a real-world challenge, to be solved by research, critical thinking and imagination. Guided by an adult coach, students work with LEGO elements and moving parts to build ideas and concepts and present them for review.
Team Members get to:
Robotics meets from September to the first weekend in December and meets in the Computer Lab once a week after school.