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FTC Team Email Blast - Kick-Off! - TETRIX Getting Started Guide - Team Registration - Helpful Hints Request

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FTC Team Email Blast - Kick-Off! - TETRIX Getting Started Guide - Team Registration - Helpful Hints Request

Post by Admin on Sat Aug 20, 2011 9:28 am

Hello FTC Teams!

You are receiving this email because you have been identified as the main contact for a FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Team. FTC Team email blasts contain information that we believe will help your team to be successful.

1. Kick-Off
2. Getting Started Guide
3. Registration is Open
4. Helpful Hints

1 FTC Kick-Off is scheduled for Saturday, September 10th at 3pm Eastern Time, and there are a few ways for you to participate.
a. Watch from home –
i. Share your reactions on the FTC facebook page or tweet them to @ftcteams
b. Attend a Kick-Off Event – check with your local Affiliate Partner to see what’s planned
c. Have a team party – watch the unveiling and then plan a strategy session

2 Getting Started Guide – The New and Improved TETRIX Getting Started Guide is shipping now with Competition Kits. Using your kit from last year? Follow this link for the on-line version: After you’ve used the guide, go to our Curriculum and Classroom Resources Forum and tell us what you think.

3 Registration is Open – Have you registered your team yet? You haven’t?

Here’s the link:

4 Helpful Hints
Do you have a helpful hint for a Rookie (or not-so Rookie) Team? Send it to us at and we’ll pass it along. Who knows… you might see your hint on our web site, in a team email blast, on our facebook page or on twitter.

~Go Team!
FTC Support
Ken, Brian, Lorrie, Nancy and JoAnn

Like us on facebook, follow us on twitter, and don’t forget to check out Ken’s Blog!!/FTCTeams

FIRST TM (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)

Being a Gracious Professional involves respecting yourself, your team, other teams, and everyone around you. It is a way of doing things with a competitive spirit, without making anyone feel like a loser. Gracious Professionalism is a way of interacting with other people respectfully, doing excellent work, and promoting teamwork and appreciation of others.


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