Henry Sibley HS Robotics students toured Ecolab R&D design & prototyping labs today. Thanks Erin Howlett, Larry Lake, Jamie Lerbs, and thanks to our top sponsor Ecolab and our 5 Eco-friendly mentors including lead Charles Nepomuceno.
Please join us at our student interest meeting for Sibley Robotics – scheduled for: Tues, Sept 18 at 6:30p – 7:30p (parents & students invited) We’ll be meeting in Rm E113 in the Tech Ed wing at Sibley HS. Snacks provided!
Our Final Newsletter for the 2018 season has been published! We look back on the last events of the season, the fun we had along the way, and look at what lies ahead in the off-season!
Our Latest newsletter details how our 2 Regionals in Duluth, and La Crosse, went. They were fantastic–more inside!
It’s the end of the Build season and we’re off to Duluth Regionals as part of Week 2 competitions. Take a look at our sixth weekly newsletter and learn about how we performed at the Eagan Week Zero event.
It’s the end of Build Week 5 and there’s just 9 days left in the robot build season. Take a look at our fifth weekly newsletter and learn about how we have achieved full assembly of the bot and have finishing touches and programming next!
THE HENRY SIBLEY HIGH SCHOOL FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION (FRC) TEAM CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO OUR: Robot Complete! Ready for Competition Open House! Who’s invited: Our Team Sponsors, ISD 197 District and School Faculty, Staff & Board Members, Students, Mentors, Family, Friends & just about anyone else interested in STEM and Competitive Robotics When: Friday, Feb 16, 2018 What Time: 4:00p – 6:00p (snacks …
It’s Saturday and there are only 2 weeks left in the build season. Take a look at our fourth weekly newsletter and learn more about how our robot mechanisms are coming to life and being attached to our evolving bot.
Our third weekly newsletter is out and sums up our continued prototyping, programming and design/fabrication work. Just 3 more weeks left!
Our second weekly newsletter is out and caps our rapid move forward on prototyping, finishing the robot drivetrain/chassis, CADing all elements of the robot design – including mechanisms and electrical as well as getting initial programming underway for sensors and robot driving. Lightning Turtles Build Season Week 2 Newsletter
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