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    Davison Robotics is not a club or a group of kids getting together to horse around. Davison Robotics is a team of kids of all ages focused on learning Engineering skills that will help them build a successful future. 

  • Team 3534 - House of Cards


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    Welcome to our House of Cards (Team 3534)

    Let us start first by introducing the Davison Robotics FRC Team named the House of Cards -FIRST Team 3534

    FRC (First Robotics Competition) is for High School Grades 9-12

    FIRST® Robotics Competition (for ages 14-18) a unique sport where every kid who plays can "turn pro." High-school student participants call it “the hardest fun you’ll ever have.” Under strict rules and limited time and resources, teams are challenged to raise funds, design a team “brand,” and hone teamwork skills. Participants are eligible to apply for $80M+ in college scholarships. Teams design, build, and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. Volunteer mentors lend
    9-12 their time and professional talents to guide each team. Each season ends with an exciting FIRST Championship

    Coach Staff

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    Chris Purdy
    FRC Coach
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    Jason Craft
    Mentor - Programming
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    Kevin Meikle
    Mentor - CAD
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    Chris Johnson (CJ)
    Mentor - CAD
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    Tom Hazel
    Mentor - Machining
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    Aaron Hazel
    Mentor - Drive
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    Pete Schneider
    Mentor - Everything
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    Lisa Johnson
    Mentor - Marketing
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    Louis Renner
    Mentor
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    1. Dennis Hosang
      Latest Entry

      By Dennis Hosang,

      For the month of April (May 1st being deadline) anyone interested in being a BOARD member or interested in stepping down as a board member submits there request to [email protected]

      DRBC BOARD Positions include:

      Executive Chairperson
      The Executive Chairperson is a DRBC appointed position. The principal role of the Executive Chairperson is to provide leadership and direction to the DRBC. This includes maintaining the organization of the DRBC in accordance with the Board’s mission statement and purpose.  He/she acts as the liaison between the Board and the DCS School Board. The Executive Chairperson is not a regular voting member but may cast the deciding vote in the event of a tie. If the Executive Chairperson also holds another position on the Board and wishes to exercise a deciding vote, he/she must delegate the vote for the other position to a designee. The Executive Chairperson can only be removed from this position with 7 votes of existing board members or through resignation of the Executive Chairperson. If there is an open position, nomination and election of the Executive Chairperson position shall come from the board and shall be approved with 6 votes by the Board. 

      President
      The President of the DRBC will be responsible for chairing the board meetings, presiding over the committees, insuring that events are completed as scheduled, and enforcing the rules and bylaws of the DRBC. The President will also ensure the 501c3 requirements are fulfilled. In the event the three trustee positions are not filled, the President will recommend additional supporting members to serve on the financial audit committee, with remaining board approval. 

      Vice President
      The Vice President is responsible for the coordination of the sub committees. The Vice President, is an aide to the President, and will assume the duties of the President at any time the President is unable to fulfill the duties of the President's office according to the Bylaws. The Vice President will also serve as the head of the financial audit committee.

      Secretary
      The Secretary will record and keep on file all the minutes of the board. The Secretary will work with the President to put together an agenda for the upcoming meeting. The Secretary will keep a current copy of the DRBC records, and will perform necessary club correspondence.

      Treasurer
      The Treasurer is responsible for the finances of DRBC. The Treasurer will keep the books for the organization, including the checkbook, bank account statements, receipts, invoices, paid receipts, as well as budgets, and monthly financial reports. The Treasurer will pay bills in accordance with the budget authorized by the President, or the DRBC Board. The treasurer will ensure that the appropriate tax related documents are filed for the fiscal year.

      Trustees (3 positions maximum)
      The position of the Trustee is to provide input and advice to the Board. Trustees will serve as the financial audit committee, and will perform an audit of the books on a yearly basis.

      Lead Mentor Position(s) - (3 max, 1 each for the FRC, FTC, and FLL level).
      The Lead Mentor position(s) is an at-will position, and shall be filled by the Lead Mentor of the respective team levels:  FRC, FTC, and FLL. This position is not open to annual voting by membership. If there is more than one lead mentor for any team level, one representative must be chosen to represent that level on the board. The Lead Mentor is responsible for submitting a team budget at the start of the fiscal year.

      After election, the following is our current BOARD for June 1st 2020 to June 1st 2021

      PRESIDENT

      • CURRENT: Thom Hardesty (2018-2021)
      • PREVIOUS: Lisa Johnson (2017-2018)

      VICE PRESIDENT

      • CURRENT: Jason Craft (2018-2021)
      • PREVIOUS: Lisa Johnson (2017-2018)

      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

      • CURRENT: Coach Chris Purdy (20??-2021)

      SECRETARY

      • CURRENT: Karen Zuccaro (2020-2021)
      • PREVIOUS: Jill Osterholzer (2019-2020)
      • PREVIOUS: Lisa Johnson (2018-2019)
      • PREVIOUS: Tammy Lovelady (20??-2018)

      TREASURER

      • CURRENT: Jill Osterholzer (2020-2021)
      • PREVIOUS: Kate Hosang (2018-2020)
      • PREVIOUS: Nicole Peel (20??-2018)

      TRUSTEES

      • CURRENT: Stephanie Hardesty (20??-2021)
      • CURRENT: Kevin Meikle (20??-2021)
      • CURRENT: Dennis Hosang (2020-2021)
      • PREVIOUS: Leigh LaForest (20??-2020)
    2. FRC Season

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      Sydney Schneider
      Latest Entry

      By Sydney Schneider,

      Starting the beginning of our fifth week of the 2020 season, our team opened up our new robot lab to the community and sponsors to come and view. We presented our past robot and awards while also showing where we are now in terms of prototyping and CAD designs. As the CAD team is working hard to finalize details for assembly, the machining team has gotten busy with fabricating all of our specialty parts for both our practice bot and competition bot.  Some examples our of special parts are tons of customs brackets and six shooter rails that are being assembled. The build team has gotten to work by attaching the intake arm and elevator to P-bot. Within the next week, we are striving to have a fully functional elevator and hook up the shooter to the practice bot chassis.

       

    3. Working Robots

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      Sydney Hardesty
      Latest Entry

      By Sydney Hardesty,

      It was on August 26th, 1920 that the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was certified, giving some American women full voting rights. August 26th is now Women’s Equality Day. Designated in 1973, the date celebrates the Women’s Suffrage Movement and underscores the continuing work for equality for women and girls.

      NASA has marked this persistent effort with a video introduction to eleven space pioneers, including physicist Pearl Young, engineer Kitty O’Brien Joyner, mathematician Dorothy Vaughan, mathematician Katherine Johnson, Chief of Astronomy and “Mother of Hubble” Nancy Grace Roman, and launch director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson.

       

    4. FTC Season

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  • What is FIRST?

    FIRST is an international organization which uses competitive robotics as a vehicle for promoting science & technology. FIRST allows high school students to work side by side with professional mentors to learn skills ranging from engineering to marketing, animation and business.

    FIRST Leagues?

    There is a FIRST League for all age groups
    FRC (Ages 14-18; Grades 9-12)
    FTC (Ages 12-18; Grades 7-12)
    FLL (Ages 9-16*; Grades 4-8)
    FLLJr (Grades K-4)

    Davison Community Outreach

    Don't be surprised if you see kids running around with Davison Robotics shirts on helping the community.  The Community helps support the team and the team wants to give back by helping the community.

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