Entrance to the new Falcon Stadium
After about a month of building our t-shirt launcher, Cyber Blue has finally revealed it to the public eye yesterday, on the opening night of our brand new stadium! This is a monumental significance for Perry Meridian High School because we have been sharing a football stadium with Southport High School for over forty years! Many alumni from our high school even came to visit the stadium.
Successful turnout at opening night
Before launching t-shirts into the crowd, Cyber Blue members must pass a safety and knowledge test in order to shoot the device. The launcher ranges from 40-100 psi and must be handled with special consideration. Then we held a practice session before the game to test it out.
Robot driver, Ben Fair, launches a t-shirt
When the big day arrived, many Cyber Blue members got a chance to operate the t-shirt launcher and it was a total success! The crowd was hyped up about it and showed positive enthusiasm. Our new principal, Mr. Boedicker, even got a chance to shoot it into the crowd!
Ben lets Mr. Boedicker launch a t-shirt
Overall, this was such a positive event and Cyber Blue hopes to shoot more t-shirts at future events soon!
Cyber Blue team members pose for a picture
We are currently setting up interviews for anyone that would like to join Cyber Blue. Please see Mrs. Schreiner (2-8C) for an interview time slot. Please click on the link below for Interview Tips and a Sample Resume.
Interview Tips and Sample Resume
Cyber Blue 234
Robotics All Girls Event
October 7, 2017
We are hosting the 3rd annual All Girl FIRST Robotics competition at Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis, IN on October 7th, 2017. Pits will be open for set up on Oct 6th.
IndyRAGE is a unique event as it ties the FIRST competition together with an event focused on girls. Female motivational speakers and an open discussion led by women in STEM fields will give girls the opportunity to ask questions and get motivated about engineering and other STEM fields. Girls are also encouraged to try new roles at this event.
Pit crews are encouraged to be all-female. We recognize this as a significant challenge to teams, so this is not a requirement. Teams are encouraged to recruit new mentors for this event. This year we would like to challenge teams to bring along girls that have an interest in joining their team so they can experience a FIRST robotics off season competition.
Volunteers – Our goal is 100% female volunteers in every role. In some cases, due to the experience required, this may not be possible. In those specific cases, we will have an experienced volunteer provide coaching and training for a female interested in learning those roles.
The rules are simple- You must have an all-girl drive team (including coach).
We encourage you to bring your whole team, so they can cheer you on to success!
There will be judged awards.
Our mission is to empower girls to try something new during this event.
We are still in the planning stage for this year’s event so please follow us on twitter
@theIndyRAGE or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Entry fee to be determined ($100 in 2016).
Come join us for an empowering weekend!
This past weekend we attended the CORI Robotics event in Dublin, Ohio.
We were in the first alliance and made it to quarter-finals.
Haley drops the rope for the 234 bot to board the airship
Human Player Dean S. Gives the OK that a gear is in the bot.
Chris, Alivia and Ryan smile for a drive-team photo
Chris, Dean and Ben take the bot down
Hannah and Lilly enjoy their time in the stands cheering on the team.
Wednesday, June 21st
This is an afternoon of activities with girls ages 6-11 years old.
The activities will focus on science and technology.
CORI (Central Ohio Robotics Initiative)
Friday, June 23rd and 24th
This competition is in Dublin, Ohio
Made it to the quarterfinals with the #3 Seed
Adam Crozier got UL Safety Star of the Day!
We hope to see you during our off season!
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Over the weekend we attended the Indiana District State Champions Event in, Huntington, IN! This was at Huntington North High School! We’d like to thank team 1501 T.H.R.U.S.T for hosting this event.
We placed 10th at the end of qualification matches. Though, we were the 1st pick on the 1st alliance with our alliance captain, Team 135, Penn Robotics and our other alliance member team 3147 Munster Horse Power. We had made it into quarterfinals.
Team 234 would also like to congratulate one of our mentors and the head of our A/V crew, Neil Brenneman, for getting the Volunteer of The Year award!
Wish us luck as we attend World Championships in St. Louis, April 26th – 29th! Good luck to all other teams going and great job this year to everybody!
Monica being interviewed by the Media team for a video.
Perry Meridian High School principal Roland Abraham, talks to the team in the pits.
234 gearing up for their next match.
Day 1 practice matches, ran smoothly. Taking the bot down at the end of a match.
Getting ready for the next match.