This past Friday, D.K.M.S. Robotics and Thornapple Credit Union partnered up to walk in the Delton Holiday Parade.
First and foremost, I want to say that again I am very proud of our team for competing in their second FIRST FTC competition! I would also like to extend my gratitude to those parents that did not hesitate to help out and encourage our students.
Below is the official documents (Event Agenda & Event Information) for the Allendale FTC Qualifier on December 1 -2, 2017. More information is to follow, along with a post of recent progress at the team practices. Stay tuned!
DKMS Robotics was recently featured in the Delton Kellogg Community Newsletter that publishes to to whole community! We are starting to gain traction on getting our team recognized. Go C.A.T.s!
Below is a snapshot of our feature. The whole newsletter is available for download below the snapshot.
First and foremost, I want to say that I am very proud of our team for competing in their first ever FIRST FTC competition! I would also like to extend my gratitude to those parents that did not hesitate to help out and encourage our students.
Below is the official documents (Event Agenda & Event Information) for the Marshall FTC Qualifier on November 17-18, 2017. More information is to follow, along with a post of recent progress at the team practices. Stay tuned!
Delton Kellogg Robotics, now Team C.A.T. (Coding and Technology) has been working hard to prepare for our first ever robotics competition in November! We have had many bumps in the road, but have overcome each and everyone of them. Since pictures are worth a thousand words, I have posted pictures below to show our progress.
As the DKMS Robotics Team's first major event, the FIRST Robotics Season Kickoff, I feel that we all did a great job! I want to thank the students for trying their best in new situations, learning tons of new information and meeting new people, and being on their absolute best behavior and representing Delton Kellogg well and with pride. I want to also thank the parents who attended as they were ready and willing to help out when the need arose as well as being a great support to the students and myself. Below are the events and sessions that at least one or more students or coaches were able to attend at the kickoff:
Those in attendance:
Below is the basic information that all members of the Robotics Team will need to know before attending the FIRST Robotics Season Kickoff at Grand Valley State University this Saturday September 9th. Please comment below or contact Mr. Claus for any questions.
In an attempt to get ahead of things, I have attached two forms that would be great for everyone to print, fill out and bring to the next robotics meeting this upcoming Wednesday. Don't worry, if you cannot print and fill out the forms ahead of time, we will have extras at the meeting.
*Newsletter will be coming out tomorrow!*
On this page you will be able to find all of the information for the DKMS Robotics Team Events, Competitions, and News. This is a blog style page so you will have the ability to share individual posts on social media and via email. If you have specific questions, you will have the ability to comment below individual posts. For longer inquiries, please contact us by email.