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The Business Team has finally figured out the automated newsletter system! As we begin Week 2, there’s a lot going on with prototyping, building, coding, writing, drawing, brainstorming, and everything in between. If you would like to keep updated on all the things that are going on here at school, we now have a newsletter! […]
As we kick off the Build Season, Chill Out aims for the sky as we prepare to work to “lift off”. After an eventful Kick-Off on Saturday, we met on Sunday from 12-3, looking at the components of the field; from boilers to hoppers to gears to fuel. We then looked at how to score, […]
Here are the official minutes of the June 17th, 2016 MTHSRC Leadership Meeting.
Here are the official minutes of the September 9th, 2016 MTHSRC Leadership Meeting.
Here are the official minutes of the June 3rd, 2016 MTHSRC Leadership Meeting.
Here are the official minutes of the May 207h, 2016 MTHSRC Leadership Meeting.
Here are the offical minutes of the May 20th, 2016 MTHSRC Leadership Meeting.
Chill Out 1778 competed hard March 19th and 20th at the PNW Mount Vernon District Event! The team had just come off of a hard weekend, looking forward to competing even harder than before. The day began with practice matches and judges interviews. Ian and Elizabeth even presented to three judges in hopes of winning […]
On March 12th and 13th, Chill Out competed at the first of two district events. Here, Mark and Teddy drove Snowcrawler for the very first time at a competition. Despite the robot functioning at about half, the drivers were able to make the best of it. Chill Out could often breach the defenses, driving from […]
Time has come for the 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition team Chill Out to debut their chill robot, “Snow-Crawler”! Headed for steep competition at Glacier Peak High School on Saturday and Sunday, Snow-Crawler is ready to kick some circuits. The firing mechanism is in top shape, consistently throwing boulders into the target “castle window”. The treads […]