The Canadian Pacific Regional FIRST Robotics Competition was held in Victoria at the Save-In Foods Memorial Arena on March 7-9, 2019.
Congratulations to FRC 2438 ‘Iobotics from Hawaii who won the Chairman’s Award and advance to the Championships in Houston.
Other Championship Qualifying Awards include:
- Engineering Inspiration Award – 6390 Hepaestus (North Surrey Secondary)
- Regional Winners – 359 Hawaiian Kids (Waialua High & Intermediate School)
- Regional Winners – 7498 Wingus & Dingus (New Zealand)
- Regional Winners – 7796 Burnett Robotics (J.N. Burnett Secondary School, Richmond)
- Wildcard – 846 The Funky Monkeys (Lynbrook High, California)
- Wildcard – 6364 Ten Ton Robotics (West Vancouver)
- Rookie All Star Award – 7787 Reynolds Reybots (Reynolds Secondary School, Victoria)
Aashna Thapar from team Hephaestus received a FIRST Dean’s List Finalist Award.
Josh Klar is the Volunteer of the Year award winner.
Payton Wong received the Woodie Flowers Finalist Award.
Full List of Award Winners
FIRST Robotics British Columbia Society will be holding a virtual AGM on Oct. 16, 2018
1. Amendments to Bylaws, Membership requirements
2. Acceptance of applications of membership
3. Consideration of Financial Statements
4. Directors report, progress of each program,
5. Election of 2018-2019 Board of Directors, Officers
6. Other business
Register to become a member and attend the AGM.
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Find out more about all the FIRST programs at FIRST Launch 2019, registration is now open for the 2018/2019 season.
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Saturday June 9 2018
Centre of the Universe
5071 West Saanich Rd
A celebration of the first public viewing at the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory. Continue reading “Star Party June 9”
Twenty-five British Columbia Teachers Associations joined together to host a Super Conference on Oct. 19 – 20. It was a great opportunity to talk with many of the 6,000 teachers at the conference and let them know about all four FIRST programs. Continue reading “BC Teachers Super Conference”