About

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Group Photo Taken at the Logomotion (2011) Kickoff

 

N.U.R.D. (Never Underestimate Robotic Domination) Robotics is an FRC team from San Pasqual High School. We’re currently starting our second year of competition.

This past year we’ve had the opportunity to work with a number of amazingly committed mentors who have made our program possible. You can see them all by clicking “team” then “mentors” above.

See Also

What Is First?

Our group.

Dubbed a “varsity sport for the mind,” FRC combines the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. Under strict rules, limited resources, and time limits, teams of 25 students or more are challenged to raise funds, design a team “brand,” hone teamwork skills, and build and program a robot to perform prescribed tasks against a field of competitors. It’s as close to “real world” engineering that a student can get. Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team.

Our School

San Pasqual High School

San Pasqual has a rich tradition of excellence. We value the unique and rich abilities and talents of all our students and work to allow these gifts and talents to shine. To meet the varied needs of all students, the school offers a comprehensive academic program and co-curricular program within an orderly learning environment. We seek to challenge each student to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens.

What do Students Gain?

» Real-world Engineering Experience
» Technological Literacy
» Inspired Minds
» Teamwork Skills
» Career Paths

Support Us

It costs a lot to sustain an FRC robotics team and we need your support. If you can sponsor us, email me at keeganmann <at> gmail.com

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9 Responses to About

  1. Jennifer Liberto says:

    Good luck SP!!

  2. Peggy Ross says:

    I can’t wait to see what you “dream” up!

  3. Peggy Ross says:

    Do you have corporate sponsors or mentors?

  4. Jennifer Liberto says:

    how did SP do at the competition?? I haven’t heard much news about it. Keep up all the good work team… I can’t wait to hear the results of San Pasqual’s DOMINATION!!!! Woot.

  5. keegan says:

    Although not the best, we did relatively well for a rookie team. Next year will be really exciting.

  6. Linda says:

    Hi Team 3255! This is Linda from Team 812. I just wanted to congratulate you guys for making it through this tough build season and energetic competition. You guys definitely worked really hard, from struggling with your robot to showing up early in the morning for media coverage. I really admire the effort you guys have put into this past season. In the future, if you guys need any help at all PLEASE let us know! We’d love to help you guys out. Our team loves to make friends too haha. Well I’d like to get in contact with your President and officers, so if you guys can email me it’d be great! Have a great rest-of-the-year-until-summer! 😀

  7. Jay Thakor says:

    I manage the Red Roof Inn in Dixon, CA

    We would like to offer your Robotics team Special Rates
    See attached flyer, Hope to serve your team this year.

    You’ll also find us listed at FRC website under Hotels:

    http://www.firstsac.org

    Please forward this information to instructor whom coordinates the Robotics Team.

    Please contact me if we can assist.

    Jay Thakor (GM)
    Red Roof Inn (i0708)
    1480 Ary Lane.
    Dixon, CA 95620
    P (707) 693-0606
    F (707) 693-0694
    C (650) 464-8932
    dixon708@redroof.com

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