This is a fairly complete list of things you will want to consider bringing to the tournament. Feel free to bring additional items.
Consent Form (one per person)
Team Profile Sheet (four per team)
Box in which to carry your robot
Anything you need for your project presentation
Backup copy of your program (electronic)
Printed copy of your program, if possible, for the robot design judges
Fun, inexpensive gifts to share with other teams (pins, hats, personalized, team playing cards)
FIRST Consent/Release Form Coaches are responsible for ensuring that each team member, mentor and coach submits to the coach a release form (signed by the team member’s parent/guardian). Team members will not, and cannot, be allowed on the performance floor or in the judging rooms without these forms. Coaches must bring a copy of the signed release forms to leave at the regional tournament registration desk. THIS IS REQUIRED AND WILL BE ENFORCED.
Team Profile Sheet Please bring four (4) copies. You will turn in one copy at the registration desk. The team will give one copy to the Robot Design Judges, one copy to the Project Presentation Judges and one copy to the Teamwork Judges. This form can be found here: Team Profile Sheet. It is very helpful to the judges if you attach a team photo on the back, but this is optional.
* No outside food items allowed, please support the students who are putting this event on for you. We will provide practice tables for teams to use during the event, so please do not bring your own.
Notice for Teams
Teams may enter the school at 8:25am. Please do not attempt to enter earlier. Please enter the school via the Main or Front Doors. These are the doors that are adjacent to the flag pole. Once you are in the school, go left to the large open space (cafeteria). The registration table will be on gym side of this room. Our volunteers will be in purple shirts. No one on your team can enter the gym until the entire team has submitted their consent forms.
2014 World Class Challenge
Learn. Innovate. Build.
What is the future of learning? FIRST(R) LEGO(R) League teams will find the answers. In the 2014 FLL WORLD CLASS℠\(SM) Challenge, over 265,000 children from 80 countries will redesign how we gather knowledge and skills in the 21st century. Teams will teach adults about the ways that kids need and want to learn. Get ready for a whole new class - FLL WORLD CLASS!
Project Resources - This page is the first place to go for answers to Project questions if you've already read the Challenge document. You can find examples, videos, websites, articles, and books all relative to the challenge here.
Robot Game Updates (PDF) - The first place to go for answers to Robot Game questions if you've already read the Challenge document. Visit here often for answers to questions you never even thought of, because the postings here contain official information that will be in effect at tournaments. Challenge Information (PDF) - This document contains all the information about this year's game. Robot Game Score Validator - This will be used to calculate robot scores at the end of the match. Use this to practice table runs.
Challenge Information (PDF) - This year's missions include Scale, Search Engine, Soccer, Box, Community Tree, Senses, Cloud, Loops, Robotic Arm, Engagement, and Changing Conditions.
We Are ILITE Robotics.
FIRST Team 1885, "ILITE Robotics", is a FIRST Robotics Team based in Haymarket, Virginia. It consists of students from high schools across Prince William County, Virginia. ILITE stands for Inspiring Leaders in Technology and Engineering.
ILITE is best know for FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team 1885 and their numerous FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) teams. However, they work with the main goal of preparing students for college in STEM related fields.
The US STEM Foundation is a local non-profit organization with the goal creating community based STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) education. They currently sponsor local FLL teams in the area. Please visit their website to learn more about how US STEM can support your FLL team.
ILITE Robotics Off-season Challenge (IROC) is an unoffical FRC competition hosted at Battlefield High School. FRC teams from around the area have the oppprtunity to come compete, learn, and have fun during the off-season. This event is open to the community, so please stop by and check out the robots.
The concessions stand will also have a variety of breakfast and snack items to include: pizza, nachos, snacks and drinks
Each Lunch Contains:
Chick-fil-A Sandwich (standard) or Cheese Pizza (vegetarian)
Bottle of Water
Full pizzas also available
Lunch Pickup Instructions
Sometime during the morning, please see the concession stand to confirm your lunch pre-order and payment. It would be great if you had your receipt for this validation. You will then be given your ticket/tickets to pick up your lunch.
Pre-Orders are now closed.
Note: For safety reasons, please do not bring outside food into the event.
In conjunction with the 2014 IROC & FLL events, ILITE Robotics is hosting community outreach drives supporting the local community.
All toys for ages 16 and under accepted. Must be brand new in the packaging. If batteries not included, tape to the package. Toys will be benefiting Prince William County Elementary students and families who have requested holiday support.
ILITE Robotics is hosting a Virginia Regional FLL (FIRST Lego League) Robotics competition as a way of promoting the amazing experience that we have had with FIRST to our community. Children of all ages will be able to come together and enjoy the new, exciting event. From all over our community - all of 30 schools and 48 teams - students will gather together, and have the chance to test the robots and the programs they had put together.
In order for success in such a venture, it is imperative to have a great volunteer staff. We need referees, judges, field set up, student assistance and host positions. Please select the task that you would like to perform. We will have training prior to the event and set up the evening prior.
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Training will be provided to our volunteers will be provided piror to the event.