Newton Robotics Team

August 8, 2017

We won our first international award! by Liam Oakes The Newton Robotics Team had their “best season of all time” after returning home in April from the 2017 FIRST Robotics Championship with the UL Industrial Safety Award. This is the fourth time that the team has competed in the world ...

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Do you have a taste for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics? The STEM Barn is the right place for you. Sponsored by Thorlabs and Mira Plastics Co., the Newton Robotics STEM Barn features the latest innovation created by high school students. Newton High School’s robotics team ...

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Do you have a taste for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics? The STEM Barn is the right place for you. Sponsored by Thorlabs and Mira Plastics Co., the Newton Robotics STEM Barn features the latest innovation created by high school students. Newton High School’s robotics team ...

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Aperture advances to the District Championship! by Derek Ravshanov During year four of the Newton Robotics Team’s career, Aperture earned the prestigious Engineering Inspiration Award. Three years later, the team achieved this accomplishment once again at Bridgewater-Raritan High School ...

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For six weeks, FIRST Robotics teams have been working arduously to prepare a robot to compete in competitions. They compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition—a worldwide S.T.E.M. robotics program for high school students in grades 9-12. At the beginning of each year, a new challenge is released ...

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The first annual NJAC Steam Advocacy for Mentor Based STEAM Programs, an “event to be spoken of in the future years of robotics,” was hosted by FIRST Robotics Team 1676 “The Pascack Pi-oneers” of Bergen County on October 22. Nine teams, all under FIRST Robotics, attended the event. Team 1676, the ...

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School’s out for students at Newton High School after a long week and a half of final exams. In late May, the team celebrated this year’s success and events as well as shared their farewells with students of the Class of 2016 at the annual banquet. Lara Pennell and Jake Kolzow, who have been on ...

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While many Newton residents did some “spring cleaning” around the house, three students of Newton High School’s robotics team decided to tidy up the neighborhood.   Nick Nannery, a sophomore, began to discover that his street was becoming more and more cluttered with trash each passing week.

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On April 2 and 3, FIRST Robotics Competition Team #3142 “Aperture” of Newton High School wrapped up their 2016 season successfully at their second district competition at Bridgewater-Raritan High School. The team advanced to quarterfinals after maintaining a rank in the top 25 of the ...

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  On March 5 and 6, Newton High School’s robotics team rapidly took a saving turn at their first competition at Mount Olive Regional High School. After remaining steadily in the rankings during the qualification matches, the team luckily advanced to the quarterly finals.   The team also ...

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Aperture, Newton Public Schools’ high school robotics teams, is off to a great start since the initiation of their Build Season on January 9. After excitedly attending the 2016 FIRST kickoff at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, the team learned that this year’s challenge was to build a robot ...

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January 9 was a heart-racing and intriguing day for students of the Newton Robotics Team as the FIRST Robotics Competition released this year’s challenge for FIRST robotics teams across the globe. Newton’s team attended the kickoff event, along with 34 other teams, at the New Jersey Institute of ...

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