Kickoff is scheduled for 09:00, January 8 in the HHS Lecture Hall. Students are expected to attend and mentors are encouraged. This is an open event – parents, siblings, school administrators, and all others are welcome too! Light breakfast will be provided by team members.
For those coming to the DC kickoff event, please be at the Drama room entrance at 07:50, Jan 8! Students going – remember to bring a completed Consent Release form or register at STIMS!
Please remember to download the encrypted game manual from here: http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/frc/content.aspx?id=452 After noon on Kickoff day, you will receive a key to unlock the game manual and review it before Stubots on Sunday. Predownloading this manual version relieves some stress of the server(s) hosting the manual.
The manual (and a decryption test, so you can practice to be sure you know how to do it) can be found here: http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/frc/content.aspx?id=452
The second game hint was released on Tuesday, January 4. Find both at this page: http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/frc/content.aspx?id=18713
And the Chief Delphi discussion of the second hint here: http://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=88242
Happy New Year to everyone! Our next team meeting will be at the shop on Tuesday, Jan 4. Please remember your trip deposits as described here. Meeting details are also described in that post.
Our next official meeting will be Jan 4 2011 at the shop! We’ll be presenting Fall projects and preparing for kickoff on Saturday, Jan 8 2011.
If you have not brought trip deposits, they are required at the next meeting! The amounts for each trip are as follows:
DC – $50
New Orleans – $100
BOTH – $150
Writing a check? Make it out to “Herndon High School.” In the subject line, write “Robotics trip deposit for _________” (fill in student’s name).
We had a great outreach session today at Armstrong Elementary. The kids were engaged and asked many questions as well as having fun with the squarebots. The teachers at Armstrong were also very pleased, asking about Jr FLL and how they could get some more robotics into their elementary school programs.
All-in-all a great showing of HHS and our team. Thanks to all who helped us organize and make this a success!
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