Our team is fortunate to have an incredibly supportive administration and staff at our school, and a while ago we were offered some space at the front of our school under a staircase and asked us to build a trophy case highlighting the robotics program. It was under constructions most of the summer, but we […]

We had a blast working with one of our favorite sponsors, Texas Instruments, at a FIRST Tech Challenge mentor recruiting and training meeting they organized. We got the chance to build REV Robotics Minibots with over 40 employees interested in becoming new mentors! Big thanks to Patrick, our local FTC Affiliate Partner, at UTD and Jacob

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Having a great morning at the Mayor’s Back to School Fair with our sponsor Texas Instruments! Here’s some information about this great event: The 22nd annual Mayor’s Back to School Fair is a free event provides schoolchildren and their families with school supplies and other back-to-school essentials necessary to return to school ready and equipped for a

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This Thursday, Texas Instruments invited all of the “house teams” in the area that are mentored by TI employees to come visit their Richardson wafer fabrication site, which manufactures billions of dollars of electronics chips every year. It was awesome to see both how electronics are made (which make up most robots), as well as

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The RoboChargers were excited to be invited for the 4th year in a row to demonstrate our robot on the Texas Instruments main campus for the “Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day” event. Each year, this event attracts thousands of TI parents and kids, which gives us a chance to explain why they

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Conrad Collegiate Academy Signing Day Last year was the inaugural year for the Conrad Collegiate Academy, which partners with Richland Community College to graduate students from high school with an associates degree. The program is quite competitive, and is drawing new students from across the district to Conrad, many of whom are interested in technology and

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