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Great Time Teaching Kids To Code!!!

Iron Patriots had so much fun helping and teaching kids learn to code at Emma S. Clark Library.

Happy Kickoff Day!

FIRST Team 6423 is ecstatic to ring in the 2019 season! We can’t wait to get started on building a robot – we’ve already got some great plans in the works. We’ll keep updating throughout our build, and hopefully see you at the competition!

Community FIRST Day

The Ward Melville Iron Patriots participated in Community FIRST Day 2018, in an effort to better our community. Community FIRST Day is an international effort among FIRST Robotics teams to enrich STEM involvement in their respective communities. Every November 28th, over 180 teams worldwide participate in this event. This year, the Iron Patriots held a…
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HHH Invitational – Victory!

 Congratulations to the Iron Patriots on an incredible win at the Half Hollow Hills Invitational! On Saturday, October 6th, our beloved robot and the team that worked so hard to build it raced to victory against many worthy opponents from our section of Long Island. It is, as always, an honor to participate in…
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Competition Briefing

Before we go to Hofstra, we feel that it is important to know about our robot. It’s abilities and tradeoffs so that we can be one of the most prepared teams at Hofstra. Please click here to view the powerpoint made by Joshua O., Jordy J., and Andrew K.  

Our Radio Interview is Up!

Please click the links below to listen to a recent Spotlight on LI Schools segment that aired on LI News Radio. The interview featured us in a comprehensive radio interview. Interview Part 1 Interview Part 2

Teaching Teens Technology

To help share our enthusiasm for on the topic, several of our members recently held our first two-hour Introduction to Programming class for elementary through high school students at the Emma S. Clark Library. The evening started with us operating our VEX robots using remote controls, trying to navigate a simple course. Once this was…
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