Tivy Robotics and the Fellowship of the Robot began their virtual league matches in January. The two local high school teams are part of the Kerrville Robotics Alliance and compete in the FIRST Tech Challenge competition with teams from all over Texas. Virtual matches require teams in their league–approximately 20 teams from across hill countryContinue reading “Kerrville Robotics Teams Begin Virtual League Competitions During Pandemic”
The Kerrville Robotics Alliance needs twenty volunteers to help with a virtual competition April 14-17 at Tivy High School to support 17 local teams. THANK YOU TO OUR EXCLUSIVE EVENT SPONSOR! SUPPORTING THE ALAMO FIRST ROBOTICS QUALIFIER AT TIVY HIGH SCHOOL ON APRIL 17 Most of the volunteers will have a virtual role: calling into a videoContinue reading “Volunteer for April 17 LEGO Robotics Competition at Tivy High School”
On Saturday January 18, the Kerrville Robotics Alliance hosted forty robotics teams from around central Texas and the hill country at Schreiner University. The event brought together more than 200 robotics students and as many parents, teachers, and coaches. Fifty volunteers from Kerrville, Ingram, and Comfort helped pull the event off without a hitch. “WOW!Continue reading “Schreiner University and Kerrville Robotics Alliance Host Second Annual Hill Country Robotics Tournament”
This season, 2019-20, the Kerrville Robotics Alliance is taking the next step in all things organization. Please review the handbook below, then take the short quiz. It’s going to be a great season! Don’t forget we also need you to apply for robotics this season. As the teams grow and receive new students each yearContinue reading “KRA Handbook, Application, and Game Manual”
Kerrville turned out to support the Fellowship of the Robot and send 15 Kerrville students to compete on the world stage in robotics. Before the World Championship, the Fellowship was ranked #2 in the South and #53 in the world out of 10,000+ teams! From little ol’ Kerrville, Texas. These students earned support from theContinue reading “Kerrville Robotics Alliance send Fellowship to the World Championship!”
FTC had a great Labor Day practice, complete with some hardcore Java tutorials from Pieaters.
Coaches Dan Apel and Marcus Goodyear meet near Elm Creek Park on Mondays from 6-8 pm.
Coach Dan Apel and the team meet near Elm Creek Park Tuesdays from 6 – 8 pm.
Join Dr. Chris Distell, Marcus Goodyear, and the team on Thursdays from 6 – 7:30 pm
Ask your local elementary school how you can participate in the KISD robotics program!