Grauer Robotics FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Festival

The Grauer School Shockwave Robotics FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Team hosted a Robotics FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Festival at The Grauer School on Dec. 18. The primary focus of the event was to provide a platform for the participating robotics teams to run practice scrimmages in advance of preparing for the current FIRST championship season. There was opportunities for the public to watch scrimmages as well as hands-on opportunities with robotics technology.

Photos by Jon Clark

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