Glencoe Robotics Team 4488 - FIRST Robotics Competition
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Curie Division Rookie All Star Award #1 Safety Pit Recognition
Rookie All Star Award - It is the most prestigious award a Rookie Team can receive. One award was given to each of the four divisions at the Championship. We are one of the 4 best rookie teams in the world!
Autodesk Oregon Regional
Rookie All Star Award Highest Rookie Seed Award Fourth place in Qualifying Rounds #1 Safety Pit Recognition
Congratulations to all of the students, parents, mentors and friends who showed such outstanding sportsmanship and gracious professionalism throughout the entire Portland and St Louis Championship tournaments. We received lots of compliments from other teams and tournament officials and won some awards:
Rookie All Star Award - celebrates the rookie team exemplifying a young but strong partnership effort, as well as implementing the mission of FIRST to inspire students to learn more about science and technology.
Highest Rookie Seed - for outstanding robot performance. Celebrates the highest-seeded rookie team at the conclusion of the qualifying rounds.
Rookie of the Year Awards from Teams Phred 847 and TeraViks 3145
Oregon State University FIRST Scholarship to Quentin Luvaas
Dean's List Finalist to Quentin Luvaas
#1 Safety Pit Recognition - for a safe, clean and organized pit and crew work
The Rookie All Star Award gives us a berth at the FIRST FRC Championship April 24-27 in St. Louis, Missouri
What is the FRC Glencoe Robotics Team 4488?
Through the organization of FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), students from Glencoe Robotics Team, nickname ShockWave, will work side by side with professional engineers to design and build a 135lb fully functioning robot from scratch to compete at the Oregon Regional.
FIRST Builds Academic Success in Science & Technology:
Offering almost $14.8 Million in college scholarships to team members.
88% of FRC alumni went on to college.
70% of FRC alumni reported an increased motivation to do well in school.
80% of schools reported FIRST involvement has led to the creation of new courses and/or integration of robotics instruction into existing classes.
Why is it unique?
A unique varsity Sport for the Mind™ designed to help high-school-aged students discover how interesting and rewarding the lives of engineers and scientists can be.
The game rules are a surprise every year.
It is a sport where participants interact with and learn from the pros.
Designing and building a robot is a fascinating real-world experience.
Competing brings participants as much excitement as conventional varsity sports.
Go to Glencoe Robotics Team 4488Google+ page:Shockwave+