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JPII S.H.I.E.L.D Robotics

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owensullivan
Entry ID #: 8054
Created: Fri, Oct 30, 2020 9:32 AM


JPII S.H.I.E.L.D Robotics is in its 4th year competing with VEX robotics. We have grown from 2 HS teams to 3 HS teams as well  2 MS IQ teams. This website is created and maintained by student, O. Sullivan, who has been responsible for developing and maintaining the site for nearly four years, and is built with a standard combination of HTML, CSS, JS, and PHP on a standard hosting platform. The site includes hundreds of lines of code across a number of individual pages, the primary content of which includes dozens of pictures of competitions, past and present, to showcase John Paul II Catholic School's prowess in robotics.

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JPII S.H.I.E.L.D Robotics is in its 4th year competing with VEX robotics. We have grown from our founding 2 HS teams to 3 HS teams as well as 2 MS IQ teams. This website is created and maintained by student, O. Sullivan, who has been responsible for developing and maintaining the site for nearly four years, and is built with a standard combination of HTML, CSS, JS, and PHP on a standard hosting platform. The site includes hundreds of lines of code across a number of individual pages, the primary content of which includes dozens of pictures of competitions, past and present, to showcase John Paul II Catholic School's prowess in robotics.

JPII S.H.I.E.L.D Robotics is in its 4th year competing with VEX robotics. We have grown from 2 HS teams to 3 HS teams as well as 2 MS IQ teams. This website is created and maintained by student, O. Sullivan, who has been responsible for developing and maintaining the site for nearly four years, and is built with a standard combination of HTML, CSS, JS, and PHP on a standard hosting platform. The site includes hundreds of lines of code across a number of individual pages, the primary content of which includes dozens of pictures of competitions, past and present, to showcase John Paul II Catholic School's prowess in robotics.