The Pascack Pi-oneers is a FIRST Robotics team made up of students from Pascack Hills High School in Montvale, NJ, and Pascack Valley High School in Hillsdale, NJ. Originally founded in 2005, the team has grown into a healthy organization composed of students, teachers, and mentors. Every year Team 1676 competes in competitions from teams around the world, as well as helping our community through education and community service.
Join us by watching our on-field performance at MAR's youtube stream.
Team 1676's Matches:
Match 5 - 9:24 A.M
Match 10 - 9:53 A.M
Match 19 - 10:48 A.M
Match 35 - 1:24 P.M
Match 45 - 2:24 P.M
Match 52 - 3:16 P.M
Match 58 - 3:52 P.M
Match 74 - 5:38 P.M
Match 90 - 9:36 A.M
Match 97 - 10:18 A.M
Match 110 - 11:46 A.M
Our team had another good weekend at the Clifton District Competition! After being interviewed in the pit several times, the judges gave the team the Entrepreneurship Award! From FIRST: "The Entrepreneurship Award celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit and recognizes a team which has developed a comprehensive business plan in order to define, manage, and achieve team objectives. This team displays entrepreneurial enthusiasm and the vital business skills to ensure a self-sustaining program." This is the 7th time they have won the award since 2010, an incredible accomplishment.
The team had a great competition in Mt. Olive March 1-2. We won the Mt. Olive District Chairman's Award! It is a great honor to have won this award. According to FIRST: "The most prestigious award at FIRST, it honors the team that best represents a model for other teams to emulate and best embodies the purpose and goals of FIRST." Please read the presentation from the judges HERE. The judges ended their presentation saying congratulations in all the languages of Lily the Learner, the children's book written by the team.
The Pi-oneers are very happy to congratulate the Holdrum CyberHawks FIRST LEGO League Team on winning the NJ FLL Championship for the third year in a row! They have qualified for the World FLL Festival in St. Louis, Missouri in April. We want to thank our team mentors for helping them along the way to success!
Our Apps Sub-Division has released a cool new scouting app for Android devices: FRC PlayMaker! With this app, you can draw directly on an Aerial Assist field diagram, change the color of your pen, and save plays to your SD card. This will be especially helpful when discussing potential strategies or taking note of robots' actions. Download it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=screen.draw&hl=en.
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