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Fresno Unified School District launched High School Robotics Clubs to cultivate a pathway for students from 1st through 12th grade interested in the design, engineering and programming of robots. Piloted in 2019, the program gears to inspire students with no robotics experience, and challenge students who have participated in CoderGirlz, CoderClubs, and the Tournament of Technology.

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Students will work collaboratively on a REV Robotics' FTC Starter Kit.
This 1300 piece robotics kit includes:

- 2 Core Hex Motors, 2 40:1 HD Hex Motors
- 4 Smart Robot Servos, SRS Programmer
- 4 Metal Servo Horns,and other Servo attachments
-Over 9 Meters of Extrusion
-Multiple wheel options (Omni, traction, intake)
-32 Gears, 7 Different Sizes
-10 Sprockets, 3 Different Sizes
-196 Brackets
-68 Bearings
-800 Fasteners
-Motor and Servo power/data cables
-Slim Robot Battery and Charger
-All tools needed to assemble your robot

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ClubRED students to have the opportunity to learn alongside industry professionals at Root Access Hackerspace in a collaborative space shared with other ClubRED teams. There, students have supervised access to an electronics lab, a 3D Printing Space, and a crafting studio.

ClubRED students to have the opportunity to learn alongside industry professionals at Root Access Hackerspace in a collaborative space shared with other ClubRED teams. There, students have supervised access to an electronics lab, a 3D Printing Space, and a crafting studio.

Students will power and control their robots using two microcomputers known as Arduino and Raspberry Pi. With these electronic platforms, students will be able to program and engineer their robot to complete autonomous tasks such as recognizing a ball, picking it up, and shooting it into a hoop.

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ClubRED students to have the opportunity to learn alongside industry professionals at Root Access Hackerspace in a collaborative space shared with other ClubRED teams. There, students have supervised access to an electronics lab, a 3D Printing Space, and a crafting studio.

ClubRED students to have the opportunity to learn alongside industry professionals at Root Access Hackerspace in a collaborative space shared with other ClubRED teams. There, students have supervised access to an electronics lab, a 3D Printing Space, and a crafting studio.

ClubRED students have the opportunity to learn alongside industry professionals at Root Access Hackerspace in a collaborative space shared with other ClubRED teams. There, students have supervised access to an electronics lab, a 3D Printing Space, and a crafting studio.

BW Build Day

Twice a month students have the opportunity to meet at Bitwise Industries: South Stadium after school for additional time to work on their robot. ClubRED Mentors from local tech companies will be present to answer and assist students with the design, engineering and programming of their robot.

Teacher Training
Interested in being a ClubRED mentor?

If you have expertise and skills in the engineering and technology industry that you would like to volunteer to help lead ClubRED students - let us know!

Whether you want to adopt a specific team, or attend one of our Bitwise Build Days, we are always looking for leaders in our community to inspire innovation in ClubRED students.

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Interested in becoming a ClubRED sponsor?

Sponsorship funds are used to purchase robotics hardware, software, student supplies, and tournament equipment. Please visit our Sponsorship Page to learn more about donation packages.

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