Redbird Robotics FRC 1807
Based out of Allentown High School, FIRST Robotics Team 1807 - Redbird Robotics consists of 50 innovative students grades 9-12. Students with passions in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, media and business come together to design, build, program and market an industry-size robot, while also making a positive impact on our community through outreach.
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As we are settling into this new season, we are approaching Week Two with excitement. Prototyping and designing are at a frontier while we are finding ways to put our team on top. This year’s game brings many challenges, so this week is dedicated to designing, prototyping, and testing. All Read more about Week 2 – 2022 Build Season[…]
A special thank you to the Upper Freehold Regional Education Foundation (UFREF) for donating the funds to have a LEGO Wall created at Newell Elementary School’s library! Under the guidance of our high school robotics team, we designed a banner that will be displayed next to this LEGO Wall. We Read more about New LEGO Wall at Elementary School[…]
Redbird Robotics Team was a finalist at an off-season competition at Salem Community College. The last time Allentown High School’s robotics team Redbird Robotics competed in-person was early March 2020 at Hatboro-Horsham Senior High School in Pennsylvania. A year and a half later, Redbird Robotics continues to perform with flying Read more about Robotics Team Gears Up With Early Off-Season Success[…]
RoboGirls, a team consisting of students from Allentown and Robbinsville, won the “Motivate Award” and Melissa Domen was named “Youth Mentor of the Year” for the third year in a row. As an active Girl Scout and member of Allentown High School’s robotics team Redbird Robotics, I have always been Read more about RoboGirls Have A Successful 3rd Robotics Season![…]
At the end of June, rising senior Melissa Domen participated in the 2021 8th Annual FIRST National Advocacy Conference (NAC). The purpose of the conference is to advocate for FIRST and the importance of STEM education to members of Congress and Senators. Melissa had participated in NAC for the past three years. She had a great Read more about 8th Annual FIRST National Advocacy Conference (NAC)[…]