Team Waffles Wins Connect Award

Team Waffles Wins Connect Award

Team Waffles received the Connect Award for this year's FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics season! This judged award is given to the team that is most connected with their local community and the engineering community.  A true FIRST team is more than a sum of its parts, and recognizes that its schools and communities play an essential part to their success. The recipient of this award is recognized for helping the community understand FIRST, the FTC, and the team itself. The team that wins this award is aggressively seeking engineers and exploring the opportunities available in the world of engineering, science and technology. In addition, this team has a clear Business or Strategic Plan and has identified steps to achieve their goals. Congratulations to Mairi ‘22, Logan ‘22, Gracianne ‘22, Puna ‘22, Emma ‘22, Mason ’23, Fay ‘23, Michael ’23, Mitchell ‘23, and Brenden ‘23. Mahalo to our robotics sponsors! We appreciate your continued support of our robotics teams. 

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