FTC Team 9261 Level Up is hosting a Notebook Training Seminar on June 6 at Sage Creek High School! The engineering notebook is an extremely important aspect of FTC, and is the key criteria for several of the judged awards. We would like to share our notebook process and experience to help raise the bar even higher for the region. Main points that we plan on covering include but are not limited to: formatting, content, organization, and individuality. We will also have a guest speaker from 3848 Shockwave and 8097 Botcats to compare different approaches to the notebook from different teams. Please bring your notebook as well if you have one so that we analyze it together.
Sage Creek High School
3900 Cannon Rd
Carlsbad, CA 92010
Classroom number 3206
6:30 - 8:30 PM
If you would like to attend please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
9261 Level Up
FTC Robot Construction Boot Camp
The Grauer School will be presenting an “FTC Robot Construction Boot Camp” next week from July 16-20. Their first session of this camp was very successful, with students saying it was an extremely useful program that will give them a huge headstart on being a productive member of an FTC team next year. They still have 5 spots open for next week’s camp, and they’d like to fill up this camp so more San Diego FTC teams can be ready to have a spectacular season next year! Click on this link to learn more about the program and sign up for next week’s camp: https://www.grauerschool.com/academics/summer-school
Join us for an exciting week of intensive FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Robot Construction! This camp is for High School students entering 9th through 12th grades in the fall, and the camp is open to Grauer students and students from other schools. Students are welcome at all knowledge levels, whether you’re just learning about robotics, or if you already have some experience on an FTC Robotics team and want to learn more.
During this weeklong Robotics Boot Camp, students will build a fully functional robot using FTC-approved parts and programming. Each student will learn all aspects of hardware and software design that goes into building an FTC robot. Students will work in small teams to design, build, and program an FTC robot from the ground up.
FTC robots can be up to 18" in length. The robots will be built using the following parts:
This Boot Camp program is designed to provide a comprehensive overview so students will have a working knowledge of each aspect of the FTC Robotics program. This will give them a big head start if they’re interested in joining an FTC team or similar robotics program at their school during the school year, because they'll be able to step in and take on any of the roles in a robotics team with confidence.
This cost for this camp is $245 with an additional Materials Fee of $30, for a total of $275 per student. This camp has a maximum of 12 students, so sign up quickly to reserve your spot!
First Session: (June 25 – 29, Daily 9-12)
Second Session: (July 16 – 20, Daily 9-12)
Camp Instructor Bio:
Liam Murphy is the owner of Netsapien Computing and has worked for the last 30 years as a computer consultant and network engineer. He has served as mentor and lead mentor for FRC and FTC teams for many years, and has been actively involved in FIRST Robotics at the competition level, working as both referee and judge. Liam currently teaches Engineering Design and mentors the Shockwave FTC team at The Grauer School.