After the first competition, we have begun working on reviewing our progress and seeing what else we can do for the next competition. For the first twenty minutes or so of practice, Coach Welling, Coach Gapp, and the mentors asked the students what they thought they could improve and the dialogue helped them come up with a few goals for the time between their competitions. These goals include replacing one of the motors, fixing a broken wheel, upgrading our autonomous programming to ensure more points during matches, and much more.
Team 6570 went to their first 2022 competition this past weekend and did an amazing job! The kids worked hard to set up and practice Thursday night so that they could spend over 12 hours each day at Milford Friday and Saturday. On Friday, matches began! Scouts furiously gathered information on other teams, the technician and pit team stayed ready for any issues the bot would encounter, and the drive team secured several wins for the team.
Hey bot fans! As the competition portion of our season is quickly approaching, the WHS Robotics team is hard at work. This Saturday, we had drive team try-outs. We are also in the process of picking students for important roles needed at the competition including: the Pit team, the Drive team, a Field Technician, a Spokesperson, a Strategy Lead, and a Safety Captain. Our Communications team is making buttons at lightning speed while also designing the banner and pit layout.
Calling all Whiteford High Schoolers! We will have our 2021 Robotics Season kick-off this Saturday (1/9) @ 11:30 am.
Please plan on attending the zoom call and we will patch into the broadcast when the game is revealed!
Please invite your friends and plan on joining us!
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 851 9758 1386
We hope to have this in person at WHS! If not, we will send out a Zoom appointment. Interested High School Students and Parents are welcome to come here about the season! Location will be announced when we know more! In the meantime for those returning students here are some options for our season this year: https://www.firstinspires.org/sites/default/files/uploads/resource_library/frc/game-and-season-info/competition-manual/2021/2021-frc-season-details.pdf
FIRST announced that the Detroit Championship is being pushed out to the summer. We are poised for a different, but amazing, 2021 FRC season. Here is a glimpse of what the season will look like in Michigan:
OVERVIEW OF THE FRC SEASON
We will be playing the same game as last year. You can use the same robot or modify it in any way you like. Rookies from last year will still be considered rookies this season with regards to the point system.
District Competitions (as of now)