Two weeks left! We’ve made great progress and our robot has touched the ground and can turn. On to the ball handler.
We have exactly THREE WEEKS from midnight to complete our robot, including software coding and drive practice. We need to finish the robot build this week. Make as many of the build times as you can, but remember that family and school come first. Also, if you’re headed to Winter Formal on Saturday, don’t worry about coming over to SDA that day and have a fun, safe time!
Our robotics competition season starts Saturday with a couple of events.
Saturday, January 9, 2016 KICKOFF @ ViaSat
Come watch the official release of this year’s game! We’ll watch a video overview of the game and see the field elements. After kickoff, we’ll head over to SDA to start planning our robot design.
Sign up (above) and meet at LCC this Saturday morning at 6:30 am. Information from the kickoff organizers is attached
Brainstorming Sessions @ SAN DIEGUITO ACADEMY
If you can’t make it to the kickoff event, come to some (or all) of the brainstorming sessions at SDA. Their robotics team has invited us back and is going to mentor our team for a second year. The sessions start after Kickoff at ViaSat on Saturday and we’ll continue on Sunday.
We’ll meet in their media center and discuss this year’s game, including rules, limitations and strategies. This is an important part of our overall robot design planning. It’s fun!
There is lunch served both days at SDA. Again, please sign up if you will make any or all of the brainstorming sessions.
It’s okay if you can only drop in one or both days. Any time you can put in will help the team!
Saturday January 9 @ SDA
o The SDA kickoff event will begin at 10 am in the media center.
o Students, mentors, teachers, alumni and parents will be meeting 10am-4pm in the media center
o Parent hosted taco bar 12:30 in front of the media center
o Parent meeting 1:30pm in the Mosaic Café
o Students to depart at 4pm
Sunday January 10 @ SDA
o Students, mentors, teachers, alumni and parents will begin meeting at 9am in the media center, may move to the shop to begin prototyping at some point.
o Parent hosted sandwich bar at 12:00 in front of the media center
o Students to depart at 3:30pm
We need help carpooling the team over to the kickoff at ViaSat. We’d also like to help pull our weight with the SDA team team, so if you can help serve lunch or bring food either day, it would be appreciated.
To help with lunch on Saturday between 11 am – 1 pm
To help with lunch on Sunday between 11 am – 1 pm
The LCC Robotics Team is looking for new team members for the upcoming FIRST Robotics Competition season. Join the team!
The La Costa Canyon MavBots are competing in a robotics tournament this Saturday, October 17th at Francis Parker School.
Francis Parker School
6501 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, CA 92111
This pre-season tournament is run almost exactly like the San Diego Regional tournament. It’s a great time to meet other teams, learn how tournaments work, learn to drive the robot, and watch some amazing robots in action.
TEAM: Meet at LCC at 6 am. We should be back by 7 pm or earlier depending on our performance in the game.
Everyone else: It’s FREE! COME VISIT US!
The tournament runs 9 am – 5 pm
Join the LCC MavBots, FIRST Robotics Competition Team 5514, for the upcoming year. We are starting with building and prepping our robots for a practice tournament in October. Then in January, we get the new challenge from FIRST and have 6 weeks to build a robot!
Look for us on Sept. 16th!
Hello Team Paradox! Yeah, we’re talking to you!
Our rookie year has been possible in large part due to your mentoring and hospitality. The La Costa Canyon Robotics Team appreciates your guidance and patience as we learn to navigate your machine shop and the bigger world of FIRST Robotics Competition.
With Kickoff this Saturday, we’re excited to have your support in our rookie year! GO TEAM PARADOX!