The Carroll Senior High Robotics Team is looking for sponsors to help them attend the VEX World Championships in Louisville on April 15–18. The largest sponsor will receive naming rights for the robot. The sponsor’s name or logo will be displayed on the robot, which will be participating in matches that will be streamed live and viewed worldwide.
All donations are welcome, and are tax-deductible! Major sponsors will be acknowledged in a thank you ad in local publications and on social media! In addition, the following sponsorship levels are available:
Family Level: $250 Public thank you
Bronze Level: $500 Recognition in Team Notebook and flyers
Silver Level: $1000 Recognition in Social Media and on Team Banner
Gold Level: $1500+ Name/Logo on Team shirts. Naming rights potential
Email Linda.Woessner@southlakecarroll.edu to participate.
Carroll had two of the 20 robots entered in the event. Robotics tournaments consist of competition rounds (round-robin style). The winning robotos from the competition rounds get to choose partners for the final rounds. Carroll’s robots finished first and second in the competition rounds and produced an all-Carroll final.
In addition to winning the top two spots, Carroll earned the Connect Award (team most connected with their local community and engineering community) and the Inspire Award (team that embodies the “challenge” of the FTC program).
The Inspire award is regarded as the highest honor and most coveted award in the competition.
Here are the member of the two Dragon teams…
Team 6578 “CyberDragons”
Team 3947 “Fired Up!”
The Carroll Dragons Computer Science Team came home with an abundance of medals and trophies following the Paschal High School Annual Halloween Invitational Competition in Fort Worth last month.
In the Novice Team competition-
In the Advanced Team competition-
In the Advanced UIL (individual) category-
In the Novice UIL (individual) category-
“The students worked very hard to successfully represent Southlake Carroll in a challenging academic competition,” said Linda Woessner Computer Science and Robotics Coach at Carroll Senior High School.
The team competed on Nov. 3 at UT Dallas and again Nov. 17 at Richardson High School.