Every December, we host a qualifier for our region called Robo-Joust. We love talking to other teams to learn about their progress so far in the season. This qualifier is our way of giving back to the FIRST community. It was a lot of fun and we hope to see you all next year!
We recently competed in the FIRST World Championships for FTC, the FIRST Tech Challenge, in St. Louis, Missouri. It was enjoyable meeting teams from all over the world, and competing over this five day event. We won the Think Award for what the judges deemed the best engineering notebook. We are proud to have won this prestigious award and congratulate our fellow teams on their successes as well!
We also often engage in several outreach events. During these events we go spread the message of FIRST, STEM, and showcase robotic technologies in order to inspire our community to get involved in STEM education and innovation. Picture: Teaching a class at Kean University on Programming beyond just code.

Outreach: Horizon School Catapult








We would like to thank our high school, Livingston High School, for always supporting us. We often make use of their faculties and are proud to be Livingston Lancers!
We are a proud team in the FIRST Tech Challenge. Each year, collaborative groups are given a challenge that includes opponents, scoring, and rules to limit the structure of our robot. It is a truly fun-ducational choice!

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Good Luck!

From our entire team, we wish you good luck in the upcoming season! We are looking forward to Cascade Effect and hope to see you at the next qualifiers! And above all, always remember to have fun!

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