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FTC Team Email Blast *2* 09/18/2009

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FTC Team Email Blast *2* 09/18/2009

Post by Admin on Sat Sep 19, 2009 10:45 am

Hello Teams!

Kickoff – If you haven’t seen it yet, check out Hot Shot! The video, the manual, the field files are all up on the web site:
http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/ftc/content.aspx?id=962

Game Pieces – To order your game pieces, go to http://www.stee-rike3.com Order the Baseball Size Training Ball. You can pay for your purchase with a credit card, right on line.

Game Forum Information - Questions about the game should be addressed to the HotShot Game Forum. An answer you get by any other means is not an official answer, and may not be correct.

http://forums.usfirst.org/forumdisplay.php?f=26

· Only teams with a paid registration may post questions to the forum

· Forum posts are moderated and will not appear until a member of the Game Design Committee provides an answer

· Forum Login/Password info can be found on the Team Summary page in your TIMS account. TIMS is the system you used to register your team.

· Please read the Game Manual and the other posts in the game forum before you ask your question. Questions that are asked multiple times will only be answered once.

Registration and Kit of Parts – Registration is still open, and kits are shipping. If you haven’t completed your registration or if you haven’t ordered your kit of parts, now is the time to sign up. You can register for the FIRST Tech Challenge here: https://my.usfirst.org/ftc/tims/site.lasso

We look forward to seeing you at events!

Go Team!

Ken, JoAnn, Lorrie and James

~FTC Support

FIRST TM (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/ftc/default.aspx?id=968

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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