2013 Robotics Season

I haven’t posted in quite a while. This spring semester has been busier than most. While I usually disappear for the first three months due to the FIRST Robotics Competition, this year, it was four months. Huskie Robotics won the Northern Lights regional and qualified for the World Championships! This extended the robotics season through April at which point it was a sprint to wrap up the school year!

I was going to write a summary of the robotics season, but, instead, I’m going to link to several posts written by our team captain, Cari. Cari captures the season better than I, and the student perspective is the most valuable. Here are her posts:

* [Northern Lights Regional Champions](http://team3061.org/390/northern-lights-regional-champions/)
* [Midwest Regional](http://team3061.org/406/midwest-regional/)
* [World Championships](http://team3061.org/420/world-championships/)

Another mentor created this video to capture our experience at the World Championships and recognize the seniors on the team:

Senior Video for Navistar from Naperville North High School on Vimeo.

There were a lot of changes this past year (new AP Physics B and AP Computer Science classes) on which I hope to reflect and share my thoughts. Next year looks exciting as well (AP Physics 1 pilot for Honors Physics, revisions to AP Computer Science with new textbook, renovated classroom) and I hope to post more over the summer as I prepare for the fall.

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