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|We’re not talking trash – we’re cleaning it up! In the 2015 FIRST® LEGO® League TRASH TREKSM Challenge, 290,000 children ages 9 to 14 from over 80 countries will explore the fascinating world of trash. From collection, to sorting, to smart production and reuse, there is more to your trash than meets the eye. Join FIRST LEGO League teams on a Trash Trek to discover the hidden (or not so hidden) world of trash!
|Sign Up for FLL Ends August 30
We need Parent Coaches
|This program is open to all Dublin City School students 4th thru 8th grade and their parents. Without parent coaches we can not have teams. We have training workshops to make you a confident coach.
|SIGN UP TODAY!
DUBLIN ROBOTICS and USFIRSTLearn about FLL, JrFLL, FTC and FRCVisit: www.USFIRST.org
Dublin Robotics & CORI will be hosting a FIRST Robotics Challenge 30 team competition at Dublin Coffman High School with FLL and FTC demonstrations onSaturday, June 20, 2015.
Come learn about FIRST Robotics and what it means to be a team. We will try to answer all your questions about coaching a team and have live demonstrations for Jr. FLL, FLL, FTC and FRC.
Do you have time to build a Sumo-bot? Bring a small remote control robot made from your NXT or EV3 kit. We will have a ring set up to test your remote control skills and you will win bragging rights.
We are looking for teams to scrimmage their FLL and FTC robots. Please email Cindy Bryden to sign up. This is a great chance to share robot design and programming skills with other teams and just have a great time.
June 20, 2015
Dublin Coffman High School
6780 Coffman Rd.
Dublin, Ohio 43017
10:00 to 2:00 for FLL and FTC Demonstrations.
FRC tournament from 9:00 to 4:00, awards ceremony at 5:00.
For more information visit
May 13th – 7:00 pm
Dublin Coffman HS Lecture Hall
May 14th – 7:00 pm
Jerome High School Commons
We’re not talking trash – we’re cleaning it up! In the 2015 FIRST® LEGO® League TRASH TREK℠ Challenge, 290,000 children ages 9 to 14 from over 80 countries will explore the fascinating world of trash. From collection, to sorting, to smart production and reuse, there is more to your trash than meets the eye. Join FIRST LEGO League teams on a Trash Trek to discover the hidden (or not so hidden) world of trash!
Sign Up for FLL starts MAY 13th
We need Parent Coaches
This program is open to all Dublin City School students 4th thru 8th grade and their parents. Without parent coaches we can not have teams. We have summer training to make you a confident coach.
|FIRST ROBOTICS ROUNDUP
|June 20th 10 AM to 3 PM Dublin COFFMAN CAFETERIA
|Learn about FLL FTC and FRC Live Demonstrations
|Watch a 30 TEAM HIGH SCHOOL FRC TOURNAMENT
FIRST ROBOTICS ROUNDUP
June 21st DUBLIN COFFMAN HS Cafeteria
Action starts at 9:00 am
Everyone is welcome
Learn about FLL, FTC with Live Demonstrations
Watch a FRC Full Tournament
FIRST Robotics Challenge
WATCH A 30 TEAM HIGH SCHOOL FIRST ROBOTICS
CHALLENGE TOURNAMENT SPONSORED BY: CORI
FIRST LEGO League and FIRST TECH Challenge
We are looking for any FTC or FLL teams that are interested in participating.
Open practice field from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
There will be an FLL scrimmage as well as an FTC arena
available for any interested teams.
“Nature’s Fury” FLL scrimmage 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
or as long as we have teams interested
Dublin Robotics Booster will be hosting FRC CORI Invitational.
FRC competition runs from 9:00 am to 3:00 PM. Awards at 4:00
We are also looking for any individuals or teams who are interested in
showcasing their creations. This can include any build that is built using
Tetrix, Matrix, NXT, or EV3 platforms. Bring anything that you’ve built or
are currently working on. This demo/meetup is designed to build a
network of likeminded people and strengthen youth robotics.
FRC is open for registration contact Greg King or Troy Dramble. All Dublin High School students welcome.
Greg King and Troy Dramble will be coaching the FRC team. This is typically a large team with an intense program, with a build session in Jan-Feb, and competitions in Mar and April. The season kicks off January 4th with competitions in March and April, although the team does planning, fundraising and other activities in the fall season. January and February is the Robot Build Season.