Here is the 2019 Game Manual. Please download it to your own computer and bring it with you to the big kickoff on January 5th (details of that on TeamApp). We get the code to open the manual at the end of the big reveal. See you there!
Hey guys! We got a lot done today (wooohoooo!!) Here’s what we did:
We made a group chat (definitely not to share memes ;). We also prepped to present our Stop The Bleed event with a skit/powerpoint.
We just finished our course in Java (yay!) and they all ran perfectly (mostly). Can’t wait to work with you all!
We had a test today (boo!!) on identifying the different parts of a robot. Fingers crossed that
You are invited to come learn all about the Robotics Experience (aka everything we “old” parents WISH someone had told us!!) while your child is meeting with the teams over the next few weeks. We will cover topics such as:
- What your child should do to get on a team
- What your child should/should not do to STAY on a team
- What to expect during build season
- What to expect at competitions
- Travel information
- Fundraising and outreach
- How FRC helps with college
- How you can help us!
- whatever else we think of!
Interested? Then come join us at 7 PM at South Central High School (room location TBA) on the following Tuesdays: 9/25 and 10/2
(more dates may be added as needed)
Contact Paula Main for more info: email@example.com
Sponsored by Team 2682 Boneyard (but we exclude no one – Pirate wannabes and “old” parents from both teams are very much welcome!)
Boneyard Robotics is part of the International FIRST Robotics Competition centered in Pitt County, NC dedicated to generating interest in science, technology, & engineering among youth.
What is our Mission?
Boneyard Robotics is a diverse, supportive, and accepting FIRST family which serves as a benevolent, creative, and inspiring home to build a better future for all.
What is First?
To achieve its goal, FIRST allows students to compete with other teams from around the world in a robotics competition, In the FIRST competition, students construct and control a robot to compete in a playoff whose objective changes every year. The competition allows students to make the important connection between classroom lessons and real world applications while providing them with an opportunity to shine. By fostering increased collaboration between schools, businesses and universities, FIRST serves as a unique catalyst for an invigorating exchange of resources and talent, while highlighting mutual needs, building cooperation, and exposing students to new career choices.