Robotics Team Website Challenge Sponsored by Dell
This challenge is to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – your VEX IQ Challenge, VEX Robotics Competition, or VEX U team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future. In short, build a website that tells the world how great youth robotics is and how special your program is. You are encouraged to promote all the STEM activities in which your robotics program participates (VRC, BEST, Botball, FIRST, TSA, PLTW, SKILLS USA, SKILLS Canada, underwater robotics, workshops, camps, math competitions, bridge building, solar-powered cars, etc.).
This new CHHS 6135 VEX website was created by members of 6135W this year as a replacement for our old website, which was taken down after the school switched to a new server system. The intention of this website is to collect all the information for our teams such as social media links, team information, community outreach, info about our coach, sponsors, mentors, and any other information that would help people in their search of our teams. It also shows our achievements over the years and our current progress this season. We hope this website is to be helpful in getting any information...
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This website was created in 2014 to provide our members with helpful resources and to help keep our club organized and on track for success. It was also designed for the community to learn more about our robotics program and how to become more involved. Our website won 1st Place the last two years in the Dell Technologies Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge. The Viking Colt Robotics Club, located in Lake Stevens, WA consists of two groups,...
We are a group of students from North Hardin High School in Radcliff, Kentucky, but we work at the Early College and Career Center (EC3) for all Hardin County high schools. We created this website in the middle of this year to help make our presence known, to give information about our Vex Robotics program, and how to join us for people who want to know.
This is the official website representing the VEX teams of John Hardin. Created by John Hardin students Tyler Sweckard and Chase Croley, the intention of the website is to tell the story of our teams, and provide background information about our sponsors, achievements, and other various parts of our program. Our website also serves as a way to learn about VEX, and a measure of our progress throughout the year. Any questions or concerns can be voiced in the 'contact us' section of our homepage.
Our team is from Omaha Nebraska. We have been doing some kind of robotic event since 2007. We started vex robotics in 2009. The students that are in robotics are highly recommended by there teachers and staff. Our students are committed and always ready for the new challenge's every day. The students are from grades 5-8. The fifth and sixth graders are in the first year of doing VEX IQ. The 7-8th graders do VEX VRC. We as a school are excited and committed to achieve are Vex Robotics goals.
Mary Our Queen Robotics (985) is a Middle School robotics team from Omaha, NE. Our mission is to ignite passion for science, technology, engineering and math. We have started to use the site to help our friends and family keep track of our season. The site will also allow us to better recruit new members.
Designed and programmed by students of 3796B, a total rewrite from last year, this year using Jekyll, and hosted on GitHub. Redesigned to work with all devices and load quickly, even on slow connections; the main objective of this is to give a statement about what Mann Robotics is
We are a group of high school students who are passionate about engineering. Our school, Don Mills CI is located in Toronto Canada, and our team website is fully hosted and created by our members to showcase our progress. The main purpose of the website is to inform students and other media both inside and outside of our school about who we are and what we do.
The Mecha Mariners Website gives detailed information for the purpose and other aspects of both the VEX IQ MechaMariner team and our Underwater MATE urov team company D.U.E.L. We discuss on this websites systems for which people can reach us and donate, as well as ways that we have engaged with our community in our community outreach events. On the Mecha Mariners Website you can learn all the Dana Middle School Robotics Club.
VOLT Robotics is submitting our new website for consideration in the 2018 Robotics Team Website Challenge Sponsored by Dell. Our website describes our participation in VEX Robotics competitions for both our high school teams 98898X and 98898Z. The website is visible to the general public at voltrobotics.org. Our website address is also provided as link on our Twitter page.
The website was designed and programmed by Riley Eldrake with help from other team members. The website works on Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari browswer. ...