Putnam Examiner: "CHS Takes Part in Hudson Valley Regional FIRST Robotics Competition"

"The Bad News Gears, Carmel High School's Robotics team, will be one of more than 3,600 high school teams competing worldwide in the FIRST®SM POWER UP Robotics Competition. The Gears will participate in the Hudson Valley's Regional event March 22 - 25 at Rockland Community College in Suffern, in hopes of making..."

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Putnam County Courier: "Carmel's Robotics Team Coach Honored at Regional Event"

"Members of the Carmel High School Robotics Team congratulate one of their coaches, Jenn Saldicco, for receiving the Volunteer of the Year award at the recent Hudson Valley competition in Rockland County. Photo By Christine Chenevey The Bad News Gears,..."

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LoHUD: "Robots ramble at Rockland Community College"

"'It's not about winning - it's about building the best 'bot' you can and helping other teams build the best bots they can,' explained 18-year-old Jeremy Shikarides..."

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Putnam Daily Voice: "Carmel High Students Ready To Test Skills In Robotics Competition"

"The Bad News Gears of Carmel High School, aka Hudson Valley Regional (HVR) FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC)Team #5943, have spent the last six weeks conceptualizing, designing, building, programming, and testing their robots to meet the HVR FRC's engineering tour de force taking place..."

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Patch.com: "Carmel High School Robotics Team Earns Rookie Award"

"The Carmel High School Robotics FRC Team won the Rookie Inspiration Team Award at the First FRC New York Tech Valley Competition held in Troy, NY. The competition combines the excitement of a sport with science and technology..."

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Pleasantville Daily Voice: "Area Schools Participate In First Tech Challenge At

Pace In Pleasantville"

"Participating in FIRST lets you experience things you don't usually do. Programming, building, designing, etc., really make you excited to learn even more and go above and beyond," FTC competitior Danielle Rubiano said."I'm passionate about learning new things, and FIRST really helps you to pursue that passion to make yourself more knowledgeable. You can apply"

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Comcast Public Access Channel Robotics Impact and Infomercial produced by students

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