RoboGirls Have A Successful 3rd Robotics Season!

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![…]

True North Robotics Has a Successful Rookie Season

The two Stonebridge Middle School robotics teams (pictured) have help from the high school robotics team, including junior Melissa Domen (second from right), who founded the teams. This year a competitive Lego robotics team was established at Stone Bridge Middle School. Melissa Domen, the business leader of the Allentown high Read more about True North Robotics Has a Successful Rookie Season[…]

Stone Bridge Middle School Demo

On February 3, 2020, we visited Stone Bridge Middle School to give demonstrations to the technology classes. We taught the middle school kids about our team and the different roles students have. From there we introduced them to FIRST Robotics, Coopertition® and taught them about Gracious Professionalism®.  Afterwards, we showed Read more about Stone Bridge Middle School Demo[…]

RoboGirls Have a Successful Rookie Season

One of our team members, Melissa Domen, coached a rookie FIRST Lego League (FLL) team called the RoboGirls. The RoboGirls consists of 8 Girl Scouts from Allentown and Robbinsville, New Jersey. Their FLL team number is 45051. In FIRST Lego League, teams consist of 2-10 students from 4th grade through Read more about RoboGirls Have a Successful Rookie Season[…]