Hillsborough HS Robo Raiders Have Six Weeks to Build a Robot

Robo Raider Co-CEOs Chris Rothmann and Madie Vailhe, at right, with Mayor Carl Suraci and Deputy Mayor Gloria McCauley.


HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - The Hillsborough High School Robotics Team 75 kicked off their Robotics competition game on Jan. 7th, launching an intense six-week time frame in which to build a robot.

Mayor Carl Suraci and Deputy Mayor Gloria McCauley attended the Robotics Team 75 kickoff event at Hillsborough High School.

Kickoff is a celebration of the release of the FIRST Robotics Competition robot game. It marks the beginning of the six-week build season, where the team strategizes, designs, builds, wires, programs, and tests a robot that can complete the objectives presented in the game.





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