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FLL@SUNY POLY

FLL TRASH TREK

Are you looking forward to the 2015 TRASH TREK Season? 

We sure are!

Registration for the 2015 TRASH TREK Season is open: register-now!

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SUNY Poly will again facilitate three qualifiers for upstate New York FLL teams. While we can't post the dates until September, please note your calendars for  November weekends!

We hope to have an event in the Syracuse area, one in the Utica area, and one in the 'Valley' area.

More info coming soon.

We will host a FIRST LEGO League Open House and KickOff on Saturday August 29, 2015 from 9am - 12pm in the SUNY Poly Student Center MPR. Free and Open to the Public. Join us!

We will host a FIRST LEGO League Coaches Training on Saturday, August 15, 2015, from 9am - 3pm in DH G155. Reservations required. Registration information below:

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is the organizing committee that supports these tournaments with brainpower, manpower, and money. We are volunteers from education and industry, who work to promote STEM innovation in education through hands-on investigations with LEGO's and robotics.

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 A MILLION THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:

SUNY Polytechnic Institute

Indium Corporation

BAE Systems

Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Authority

Park Outdoor Advertising

HiTechnic-Dataport Systems, Inc.

Trenton Technology, Inc.

Carbone Auto Group

Research Associates of Syracuse

Your generosity makes possible medallions, trophies, tee shirts, food and marketing materials for FLL@SUNYPOLY. We are grateful for your assistance!

We couldn't do this project with you. We send you HIGH FIVES and ADMIRATION!

 

 

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New to FIRST and FLL?

Visit http://usfirst.org or http://firstlegoleague.org

to  learn about this fantastic, kid-driven, 'sport of the mind' for children ages 9-14.

FLL@SUNYIT is competitive.

Teams of kids combine Lego structures, motors, sensors and processors with user-friendly software to design, build, and program autonomous robots.

Teams are comprised of 3-10 kids and a coach; the team uses the LEGO Mindstorms system to construct the robot.

A tournament consists of:

* Project Presentations *Teamwork - Core Values - Judging

 *Technical Judging *Robot Game

Participants receive a medal.  Some trophies are also given. 

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Need more information? Contact us at: fll@sunyit.edu