Saturday, March 28, 2009

Hi Nerd Herd!: St.Clare Also Going to Atlanta

Hi Nerd Herd!

Congratulations on your wonderful accomplishment and we were happy to see you have been able to secure funds for Atlanta. You are famous!

Our FLL team represented New York last year at the World Festival and it was an amazing experience. We are actullay preparing to return now to the World Championships in Atlanta as a high school team this year in the FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) division. We are actually just a grammar school, and I had four FLL teams competing this year. But I have a great group of older kids who graduated and who always return to help out with robotics and all my after-school science enrichment programs, so I decided to look into starting an FTC team for them. Since we were new and had a lot to learn, we were surprised and thrilled we received a bid! We just learned we got the bid early this week and went crazy trying to get our funds together too. It has been wild, but I guarantee it is worth it!

So I guess we will see you down there. We will look for you and hope you come visit our booth as well. We New Yorkers have to stick together. I love your idea on having a New York spread down there!!! I will try to get something to you soon that you can post (if I can come up for air at some point!). Booking hotels, flights, etc. last minute is no fun!

We are thinking of doing a New York kind of karaoke type of interactive thing at our booth, so come over and be ready to have fun! And I hope you get to go to the finale night in the park. It is unbelievable!

Here is my contact information. Please send me yours if possible. We are staying in the Westin Peachtree Inn because it still had rooms left!

Mary Lee
Science teacher
St. Clare School
151 Lindenwood Road
Staten Island, New York 10308

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Rhode Island School of the Future: Robotics Park 2009

The 17th annual Robotics Park event conducted by the Rhode Island School of the Future (RISF) will take place on Saturday April 25th at Martin Middle School in East Providence. The theme for 2007 is "Change Makes the World Go ‘Round".
Hundreds of RI students will be presenting and demonstrating "Change" robotic projects that they have researched, designed, built, programmed and debugged. To see students of this age (especially those in the primary grades) engaged in doing and presenting this work is a wonderful experience. We therefore invite you to join us for this exciting community event.
For more information about the event go to: http://www.risf.net/RoboPark.htm

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED ONCE AGAIN AND YOU CAN HELP CONTRIBUTE IN TWO WAYS:

1. BEING A JUDGE
2. OR A ROBOTICS PARK VOLUNTEER

RISF needs judges and volunteers to make Robotics Park happen. Judges will be needed to interview and provide feedback on student projects and volunteers are needed to help make this community event run smoothly. Please let us know if you can help and if so, in what way you feel you can best contribute. Judge training will be run at 8:30 am on Saturday, April 25th (the day of the event). Volunteer training will be held on Thursday, April 23rd from 6-8 at Martin Middle School.

To support Robotics Park as a Judge or Volunteer please email Rebekah Gendron at: gendronrj@yahoo.com

On behalf of the students and teachers in the RISF project, let us thank you for your past efforts on their behalf and encourage you to join in the fun once again in 2009. Also, please feel free to pass this email along to anyone else who you think might enjoy being a judge or helping volunteer at Robotics Park.

Sincerely,
Rebekah

Rebekah Gendron
Director Robotics Park 2009

Rebekah Gendron - 508-496-9478
gendronrj@yahoo.com

Monday, March 23, 2009

Morris FIRST Robotics Team Wins Philly Regional


Good morning Alumni and Friends,


This past weekend the Morris FIRST Robotics team won the Philadelphia FIRST Robotics Regional at Temple University and will now travel to Atlanta to compete in the upcoming FIRST Championship, April 16-18 at the Georgia Dome. Click below for more information

http://www.atlanta.net/first/

I am so proud of this extraordinary group of students who showed such determination in defeating the BEST team alliances along the way to win the Championship. In the Quarterfinals the team beat the 3rd seed, Semifinals, the 2nd seed and of course in winning it all we beat the 1st seed

I also want to share with you that many, many members of MOE and team # 56 came over to me to say how grateful they were that we picked them for an alliance.

We will now prepare to compete in our 7th consecutive FIRST Championship in Atlanta. I hope those alumni who live in the Atlanta area will come to show their support.
We are also very appreciative to the New York Yankees for paying our airfare and our four nights at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center while attending the FIRST Robotics Championships in Atlanta.


Regards,

Gary

Saturday, March 14, 2009

PS 57 SI students earn invite to Washington

From coach Patricia Lockhart

Update on the trip to Washington

The robotics teams are expected to go to Washington June 5th with Congressman Mc Mahon. They will make a presentation on the sea wall plan to Senator Schumer, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and even President Obama. Even though they did not win a trophy at the citywide - what they have accomplished is priceless....

Update on Jacob Javits Center
Our 2nd grade and 5th grade robotics teams participated in the citywide competition over the weekend at the Jacob Javiz Center. The 5th grade team was able to beat 10 teams citywide and had a high score of 100. They were also commended by judges for their research, technical robot design and work with the Congressman! Our entire 5th grade team came home with medals for their amazing work! Our Jr robotics team was able to present their research project to thousands of visitors. They were outstanding! PS 57 is proud of their hard work.

From SI Advance
Fifth-graders dream of meeting President in the near future
Thursday, March 05, 2009
By DIANE LORE
ADVANCE STAFF WRITER

STATEN ISLAND, NY -- CLIFTON -- Fifth-graders at PS 57 may be headed for a visit to Washington, D.C., with an eye on their dream of catching a glimpse of President Obama, thanks to an invitation from Rep. Michael McMahon.

McMahon visited the school last week to attend a presentation put on by students involved in the robotics program. He also spoke at a school assembly about his work in Washington.

The congressman was greeted by a swarm of students waving American flags in the entrance hallway. During the assembly, members of the Student Government presented a Power Point demonstration recapping McMahon's contributions to the school while a member of the City Council.
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Members of the robotics team presented the Congressman with their research on how to protect Staten Island from hurricane surge waves and floods, predicted to increase as a result of global warming. Students proposed building a sea wall around the borough's low-lying coastal areas. Second-grader Dominick Lewis proposed surrounding the Island shoreline with a trench to protect it from surge waves.

Fifth-grader Abdul Basil said he'd like to bring the sea wall project to Washington to seek federal funding from President Obama. His classmates, Mamicor Davies and Gloria Kakia, told McMahon that while the sea wall might be costly, it would be worth it to protect the lives and homes of Islanders living in the beach areas. They noted that PS 57 is designated as shelter for families under the New York City Hurricane Evacuation Plan.

The Student Government passed a resolution urging McMahon to bring President Obama to visit PS 57 so that students could present the President with their research in person.

McMahon responded by inviting the fifth-grade classes to visit him in Washington. "I welcomed all students to come down to Washington and visit my office there. There is nothing greater than seeing the seat of democracy in action," the he said.

Teacher Patricia Lockhart, who serves as faculty mentor and coach of the robotics program, said she is working to make the trip a reality.

Meanwhile, PS 57 robotics students are gearing up for the weekend's Lego robotics competition at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.

The school has been running a successful robotics program for several years, modeled after the program run out of St. Clare's School in Great Kills. (Ms. Lockhart, an Advance Woman of Achievement, is the sister of Mary Lee, the robotics coach at St. Clare's.)

Select fourth- and fifth-grade students at PS 57 prepare year-round to enter the Lego expo to compete against intermediate and high-school teams. The 10- and 11-year-olds learn the basics of computer programming and engineering to build a robot out of Lego blocks; they then program the robot to complete simple tasks.

This year, the older students began working with second-graders who formed a Junior Robotics Team. The junior team participates in the YMCA's after-school program at PS 57.

As part of the program all students must prepare and present a research project. This year's project involved climate change, and how to protect the environment from damage caused by global warming.

As part of their research, Ms. Lockhart explained, students reviewed actual blueprints of homes built in flood zones, and various sea-wall designs. They researched the New Orleans levee system. They'll be presenting their research and making their case for a Staten Island sea wall over the weekend during the competition at the Javits Center.

Friday, March 06, 2009

FIRST Robotics Competition, FIRST LEGO® League and FIRST Tech Challenge

Thousands of Students to Compete in Three Robotics Competitions Under One Roof






Start Time:
Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 9:30am
End Time:
Sunday, March 8, 2009 at 6:00pm
Location:
Jacob Javits Center
Street:
655 West 34th Street
City/Town:
New York, NY






Description

The event is an opportunity for New York City students to showcase their engineering prowess and learn invaluable life and career skills.

“As we face an increasingly-complex global economy, we need to prepare our youth to be innovative problem-solvers,” said FIRST Regional Director Randy Schaeffer. “FIRST provides our students with experience in hands-on engineering challenges, allowing them to hone their skills and prepare for successful futures.”

At the New York City FIRST event, 66 FIRST Robotics Competition teams, 72 FIRST LEGO League teams and 48 FIRST Tech Challenge teams will compete to advance to the FIRST Championship at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, April 16-18. This is the 9th year of NYC FIRST Robotics Competition, 8th year of NYC FIRST LEGO League and 2nd year of FIRST Tech Challenge.

New York City FIRST Robotics Competition

Saturday, March 7 & Sunday March 8
9:00am to 4:00pm

In January, all high school teams were shown this year's FIRST Robotics Competition game – called “LUNACYTM” – for the first time and received a common kit of parts - but no instructions. Working with mentors, students now had just six weeks to design, build, and test their robots to meet the season's engineering challenge. In LUNACY, students custom-design their robots to pick up dodge ball-sized balls and steer, scoop, shoot or otherwise thrust the balls into trailers on their opponents’ robots to score.

New York City FIRST Tech Challenge Championship
Sunday, March 8
9:30am to 4:00pm
The FIRST Tech Challenge, provides high school students with the same challenge as the FIRST Robotics Competition, but with a more accessible and affordable robotics kit. Students get to test their technological and strategic skills in this year’s challenge – Face Off!

New York City FIRST LEGO League Citywide Championship
Saturday, March 7
9:30am to 4:00pm

The FIRST LEGO League teams students ages 9-14 to build competitive robots out of LEGO components. Every year, FLL works with experts in the field to create a Challenge that relates to a significant real-world issue. The end result is a two-part Challenge that requires research to complete The Project, and science and engineering to master the complex missions of The Robot Game. It’s a fun and exciting way to encourage kids’ minds. This year’s challenge is called Climate Connections. The teams participating at Javits qualified from among 230 middle school teams at qualifying tournaments in the five boroughs

In the 2009 FIRST season, more than 196,000 students are participating in 50 countries on more than 17,000 teams in hundreds of regional competitions around the world and one Championship.

Video and photos are archived at:
FRC - http://www.usfirst.org/community/resourcecenter.aspx?id=648
FTC - http://www.usfirst.org/community/resourcecenter.aspx?id=744
FLL - http://www.usfirst.org/community/resourcecenter.aspx?id=814

ABOUT FIRST
Accomplished inventor Dean Kamen founded FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in 1989 to inspire an appreciation of science and technology in young people. Based in Manchester, N.H., FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs to build self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills while motivating young people to pursue opportunities in science, technology, and engineering. With the support of many of the world's most well-known companies, the not-for-profit organization hosts the FIRST Robotics Competition and FIRST Tech Challenge for high-school students, the FIRST LEGO® League for children 9-14 years old, and the Junior FIRST LEGO League for 6 to 9 year-olds. To learn more about FIRST, go to www.usfirst.org.

ABOUT NEW YORK CITY/NEW JERSEY FIRST
New York City / New Jersey FIRST is a regional headquarters of the FIRST (For Recognition and Inspiration in Science and Technology) student robotics program and is based at New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey.

The New York City /New Jersey FIRST regional program is growing, with 105 FIRST Robotics teams, 334 FIRST LEGO League teams and 60 FIRST Tech Challenge teams. We also host a variety of team support activities that foster and support the development of the FIRST Robotics, FIRST Tech Challenge, and FIRST LEGO League teams.

The competitions, tournaments, programs and activities of FIRST in New York City / New Jersey are made possible by the efforts of Planning Committees made up of dedicated volunteers who want to make a difference in kids’ lives. For more information please visit our Web site at http://nycnjfirst.org.

Thursday, March 05, 2009

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Norm Email to Teams March 4, 2009

Javits Update: Pit Table Assignments and Rules
March 4, 2009

This is the first of a series of updates I will be sending in the next 2 days.
A schedule in xcel to follow tomorrow.

Most info is being posted on Norms Robotics, including maps of layouts.
http://normsrobotics.blogspot.com/

See below for your assignments. Lower numbers will be first up for research and tech and we go in that order. I tried to take into account your requests but generally did it in team number order to maintain what little is left of my sanity.

You must check in with Teri Bader and me at the registration desk. You are not present officially unless you do that. If there is a line and you have “stuff” and are there early, let us know.

I am attaching a form for you to fill out for each team.

Tours are still being offered on Friday, Mar. 6. Contact Ana anayz@aol.com

Javits is a big place
Stick-on badges (10 per team) are being printed which the kids will stick on their shirts. Each badge will identify the pit #, Team # and maybe school and team name.


Javits FLL General rules:
1. Remember to attend the Coaches meeting.

2. Robot inspection will be done at the game tables by the referees before matches start.

3. Please keep your PIT stations clean. This is your home for the day.

4. Please be aware that this is a public event and you need to keep your
pit secure.

5. Please remind the students that the Javits arena is very large and
not to wonder off.

6. Please remind the students about safety during the event. Pick a
meeting spot in case of emergencies.

7. Please remind the students not to go under the pipe & drape. This can
be a safety hazard.

8. Any students visiting the FRC Pit or any other part of the Arena must
be accompanied by an adult.

9. Remind parents that game arena & judging area are for students only.

10. Get to know your Performance Queuer & Judging Queuer. They are your helpers.

11. At your pit table you will have a sheet of printed name tags.
Please place one tag on the shirts of each team member for easy
identification throughout the competition.

12. Please make sure that you stop by the team registration desk upon
your arrival to the event in order to check-in and hand in your registration form (attached.)


Javits-FLL Judging rules:
1.There is no make up time scheduled into the judging schedule,
therefore teams should pay close attention to their scheduled time and
arrive to their judging sessions early.

2.There is no recording or picture taking in the judging area.

3.Coaches, mentors and parents are prohibited in the judging area.

4. Five minutes will be allowed for each judging session, start with
setup setting up.

5. Make sure the students for both Research and Technical presentation
come together when they are scheduled for Judging. Research and
Technical judging is scheduled back to back for each team.

7. Notify the Judge Coordinator early if the team has special
requirements for Research or Technical.

8. Power will not available in the Technical booth. Power will only be
available in the Research booth.

9. We expect to have time for 4 competition rounds. A 5th competition
round may be played depending on the timing of the event.

10. Performance rankings will be based on the highest individual round
score. If ranking ties occur, the second highest performance score will
be used as a tie-breaker. If additional tie-breakers are needed,
subsequent highest performance scores will be used to break the tie.


FLL Performance rules-
1. If you miss your match, please notify the Game Coordinator or Head
Referees to get on the make-up list.

2. After a team leaves the game table, please speak with the Head
Referees if you have any questions (instead of going back to the
referee).

3. Please remind your students to sign off on the scoresheet after each
match before they leave their game table.

4. Questions about the performance score after posting will be handled
by the Game Coordinator or Referee Coordinator.

5. Know your pit table number.


Field Set-Up Kits will be distributed upon breakdown on Sat at around 3 PM

We will try to deliver them to your pit tables. But check with me.

Aviation HS Michael Koumoullos
Dalton Chad Gallant
Beth Sugarman
2 0199 IS 24 SI Raymond Cottrell
Jane Frangos
6 0363 Think Robot, LLC
Tom Hershner
7 5624 The Anderson School PS 334M Judy Kunze
34 2179 IS 72 SI Randi Huss
46 3475 Arthur S. Somers Middle School John Uske
Clair Vassell-Williams
56 5762 MS 51K James Hoffman
57 5909 PS 103 x Jarret Jackob Linda Matos
58 5910 PS 103 x Cathy Daly Mike Murphy
59 6182 Archimedes Academy for Math, Science & Technology Justin Duffy
61 6388 MS 144 x Michaelangelo MS Victoria LoweGregory Defoe
64 6528 PS 123M Mahalia Jackson Scholars Academy John William King, Jr. Levette Alexander


Pit table assignments –

Pit Team # School Team name
1 109 PS/IS 123 X Technados
2 199 IS 24 SI Knights of 24
3 202 IS 24 SI Blast Bots
4 232 MS 67Q Globorobo
5 275 Cambria Center Cambria Warbots
6 363 Think Robot, LLC Think Robot
7 5624 The Anderson School PS 334M AMS Dragons
8 1215 P.S. 139Q RoboTech
9 1335 IS 27 SI Mustangs 1
10 1636 ESMT IS 190 X Lego Mania
11 1667 IS 34 SI Stell Talons
12 1730 Trevor Day School The Little Dragons
13 1784 St. Clare School Planeteers #3
14 901 MS 101X Maritime Academy The Electos
15 1462 PS 372 K Tropic Thunder
16 1463 PS 372 K Thunder Shocks
17 778 MS 216Q George Ryan Ryan Lions
18 1956 IS 75 SI Panthers 3
19 5119 IS 49 SI CyberSoldiers A
20 853 PS 121 X Storm Throopers
21 1341 Coen Micro Bots
22 1172 MS 302 X MS302 Tech Squad
23 584 Pablo Casals MS 181x Climate Crusaders
24 1739 Kezner Academy @IS 192 X Ro-bit-ics
25 1775 Packer Collegiate Inst. Packer Climate Institute
26 895 Bronx Latin MS Architecti
27 1827 PS 193 The Gil Hodges School NXT 193 1
28 1836 IS 119 Q TopGearz A
29 7756 IS 119 Q TopGearz B
30 1925 IS 318 Blood, Sweat, and Gears!
31 523 PS/MS 194 Rising Tigers
32 2019 PS 257k Minds at Work
33 1979 PS 58 The Carroll School The Thermolinas
34 2179 IS 72 SI V Team
35 2266 PS 76X The Bennington School 76ers
36 2380 Staten Island Tech HS Tech Knows
37 2386 Staten Island Tech HS Tech Knights
38 2393 PS 11K Mission 11
39 2491 RMS @ I. S. 192 Robo Fusion 192 A
40 2545 Globe School for Environmental Research GLOBE Masters
41 2656 IS 98 X Herman Ridder Ridder Kids
42 2707 PS 21K Crispus Attucks School Panthers
43 2708 PS 57 SI PS 57 Robotics Team
44 3057 PS/MS 108 Angelo Del Toro Time 4 Change
45 3076 Benjamin Banneker Academy K V-Bot
46 3475 Arthur S. Somers Middle School Rising Star
47 3575 PS 233K Langston Hughes The Extreme Engineers
48 3951 PS 399 K Stanley Eugene Clarke Knights
49 3958 MS 267K Climate Crusaders
50 3991 MS 88 K Masterminds A
51 3993 MS 88 K Masterminds C
52 4764 Resurrection Ascension RA Titans
53 5496 The Brearley School Brearley Beavers
54 490 St. Edmund Elementary School Nerd Herd
55 5721 NYC Parks & Recreation Park Wizards
56 5762 MS 51K Generals
57 5909 PS 103 x RoboBeez
58 5910 PS 103 x RoboStingers
59 6182 Archimedes Academy for Math, Science & Technology The Boogie Down Bots
60 6368 PS 153 x Robotronics
61 6388 MS 144 x Michaelangelo MS 144 GoBots
62 6425 Frederick Douglass Academy FDA LEGO Raiders
63 6426 Frederick Douglass Academy FDA LEGO Raidaz
64 6528 PS 123M Mahalia Jackson Scholars Academy MJ Legos
65 7175 LREI LREI Squires
66 7177 LREI Little Red School House LREI Knights
67 7417 Louis Armstrong IS 227 Q Lamchops A
68 7418 Louis Armstrong IS 227 Q Lamchops B
69 7509 PS 108X Philip J. Abinanti School Energy All-Stars
70 1910 MS 328 M Robotigers
71 7780 IS 125 X Henry Hudson Henry Hudson Lego Explorers
72 7836 The Gateway Schools Stratolab LLC The Weather Savers

Javits Rules of Engagement

Javits FLL General rules:
1. Remember to attend the Coaches meeting.

2. Robot inspection will be done at the game tables by the referees
before matches start.

3. Please keep your PIT stations clean. This is your home for the day.

4. Please be aware that this is a public event and you need to keep your
pit secure.

5. Please remind the students that the Javits arena is very large and
not to wonder off.

6. Please remind the students about safety during the event. Pick a
meeting spot in case of emergencies.

7. Please remind the students not to go under the pipe & drape. This can
be a safety hazard.

8. Any students visiting the FRC Pit or any other part of the Arena must
be accompanied by an adult.

9. Remind parents that game arena & judging area are for students only.

10. Get to know your Performance Queuer & Judging Queuer. They are your helpers.

11. At your pit table you will have a sheet of printed name tags.
Please place one tag on the shirts of each team member for easy
identification throughout the competition.

12. Please make sure that you stop by the team registration desk upon
your arrival to the event in order to check-in.


Javits-FLL Judging rules:
1.There is no make up time scheduled into the judging schedule,
therefore teams should pay close attention to their scheduled time and
arrive to their judging sessions early.

2.There is no recording or picture taking in the judging area.

3.Coaches, mentors and parents are prohibited in the judging area.

4. Five minutes will be allowed for each judging session, start with
setup setting up.

5. Make sure the students for both Research and Technical presentation
come together when they are scheduled for Judging. Research and
Technical judging is scheduled back to back for each team.

7. Notify the Judge Coordinator early if the team has special
requirements for Research or Technical.

8. Power will not available in the Technical booth. Power will only be
available in the Research booth.

9. We expect to have time for 4 competition rounds. A 5th competition
round may be played depending on the timing of the event.

10. Performance rankings will be based on the highest individual round
score. If ranking ties occur, the second highest performance score will
be used as a tie-breaker. If additional tie-breakers are needed,
subsequent highest performance scores will be used to break the tie.


FLL Performance rules-
1. If you miss your match, please notify the Game Coordinator or Head
Referees to get on the make-up list.

2. After a team leaves the game table, please speak with the Head
Referees if you have any questions (instead of going back to the
referee).

3. Please remind your students to sign off on the scoresheet after each
match before they leave their game table.

4. Questions about the performance score after posting will be handled
by the Game Coordinator or Referee Coordinator.

5. Know your pit table number.

Field Set-Up Reserved Kits for Saturday March 6

These sets are reserved for the following who requested them. If still interested contact me and if available, you can get one.

assigned Aviation HS Michael Koumoullos
Dalton Chad Gallant
Beth Sugarman
2 0199 IS 24 SI Raymond Cottrell Jane Frangos
6 0363 Think Robot, LLC Tom Hershner
7 5624 The Anderson School PS 334M Judy Kunze
34 2179 IS 72 SI Randi Huss
46 3475 Arthur S. Somers Middle School John Uske Clair Vassell-Williams
56 5762 MS 51K James Hoffman
57 5909 PS 103 x Jarret Jackob Linda Matos
58 5910 PS 103 x Cathy Daly Mike Murphy
59 6182 Archimedes Academy for Math, Science & Technology Justin Duffy
61 6388 MS 144 x Michaelangelo MS Victoria Lowe Gregory Defoe
64 6528 PS 123M Mahalia Jackson Scholars Academy John William King, Jr. Levette Alexander

Monday, March 02, 2009

Javits09 Team Pit Table Numbers

Pit Team # School Team name
1 109 PS/IS 123 X Technados
2 199 IS 24 SI Knights of 24
3 202 IS 24 SI Blast Bots
4 232 MS 67Q Globorobo
5 275 Cambria Center Cambria Warbots
6 363 Think Robot, LLC Think Robot
7 5624 The Anderson School PS 334M AMS Dragons
8 1215 P.S. 139Q RoboTech
9 1335 IS 27 SI Mustangs 1
10 1636 ESMT IS 190 X Lego Mania
11 1667 IS 34 SI Stell Talons
12 1730 Trevor Day School The Little Dragons
13 1784 St. Clare School Planeteers #3
14 901 MS 101X Maritime Academy The Electos
15 1462 PS 372 K Tropic Thunder
16 1463 PS 372 K Thunder Shocks
17 778 MS 216Q George Ryan Ryan Lions
18 1956 IS 75 SI Panthers 3
19 5119 IS 49 SI CyberSoldiers A
20 853 PS 121 X Storm Throopers
21 1341 Coen Micro Bots
22 1172 MS 302 X MS302 Tech Squad
23 584 Pablo Casals MS 181x Climate Crusaders
24 1739 Kezner Academy @IS 192 X Ro-bit-ics
25 1775 Packer Collegiate Inst. Packer Climate Institute
26 895 Bronx Latin MS Architecti
27 1827 PS 193 The Gil Hodges School NXT 193 1
28 1836 IS 119 Q TopGearz A
29 7756 IS 119 Q TopGearz B
30 1925 IS 318 Blood, Sweat, and Gears!
31 523 PS/MS 194 Rising Tigers
32 2019 PS 257k Minds at Work
33 1979 PS 58 The Carroll School The Thermolinas
34 2179 IS 72 SI V Team
35 2266 PS 76X The Bennington School 76ers
36 2380 Staten Island Tech HS Tech Knows
37 2386 Staten Island Tech HS Tech Knights
38 2393 PS 11K Mission 11
39 2491 RMS @ I. S. 192 Robo Fusion 192 A
40 2545 Globe School for Environmental Research GLOBE Masters
41 2656 IS 98 X Herman Ridder Ridder Kids
42 2707 PS 21K Crispus Attucks School Panthers
43 2708 PS 57 SI PS 57 Robotics Team
44 3057 PS/MS 108 Angelo Del Toro Time 4 Change
45 3076 Benjamin Banneker Academy K V-Bot
46 3475 Arthur S. Somers Middle School Rising Star
47 3575 PS 233K Langston Hughes The Extreme Engineers
48 3951 PS 399 K Stanley Eugene Clarke Knights
49 3958 MS 267K Climate Crusaders
50 3991 MS 88 K Masterminds A
51 3993 MS 88 K Masterminds C
52 4764 Resurrection Ascension RA Titans
53 5496 The Brearley School Brearley Beavers
54 490 St. Edmund Elementary School Nerd Herd
55 5721 NYC Parks & Recreation Park Wizards
56 5762 MS 51K Generals
57 5909 PS 103 x RoboBeez
58 5910 PS 103 x RoboStingers
59 6182 Archimedes Academy for Math, Science & Technology The Boogie Down Bots
60 6368 PS 153 x Robotronics
61 6388 MS 144 x Michaelangelo MS 144 GoBots
62 6425 Frederick Douglass Academy FDA LEGO Raiders
63 6426 Frederick Douglass Academy FDA LEGO Raidaz
64 6528 PS 123M Mahalia Jackson Scholars Academy MJ Legos
65 7175 LREI LREI Squires
66 7177 LREI Little Red School House LREI Knights
67 7417 Louis Armstrong IS 227 Q Lamchops A
68 7418 Louis Armstrong IS 227 Q Lamchops B
69 7509 PS 108X Philip J. Abinanti School Energy All-Stars
70 1910 MS 328 M Robotigers
71 7780 IS 125 X Henry Hudson Henry Hudson Lego Explorers
72 7836 The Gateway Schools Stratolab LLC The Weather Savers