The Walton Robotics Team is hosting a LEGO EV3 Camp
June 3 – 6 at Walton High School
Applications for the 2019-20 team are here! To apply for the team, you’ll need to fill out both a student and a parent application. Membership is competitive and not all that apply make the team.
Student application – click to download
Parent application – click to download
Applications for membership are due via email by April 26 at noon.
Here’s how you submit your application.
Applications are reviewed by a panel of team mentors. You will be notified of a possible interview by Monday, April 29. Interviews are scheduled Tuesday April 30, Wednesday May 1, and Thursday May 1, between 6pm and 930 pm. Interviews are scheduled in 15-minute blocks.
Notification of team membership will be by May 22. Remember, membership is competitive!
April 27, 2019 — Rain or Shine!
Walton High School Campus
1590 Bill Murdock Road
Join us for a S.T.E.M. Extravaganza to raise funds for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s cancer research projects. Our goal: 350 “Robot Laps” featuring drones, LEGO EV3’s, competition robots and much MORE! YOU can drive a robot and raise money to cure cancer!
Walton’s Robotics Team, Swim & Dive Team and Principals Leadership Committee invite the Walton Community to enjoy an evening in Raider Valley featuring yummy concessions, interactive booths, music, and lots of ROBOTS from 4-9pm. A S.T.E.M. Fair for elementary students from 4-6pm promises hands-on fun activities and an opportunity to earn an official “Robot Driver’s License”! A candlelight ceremony will be held at 8:30 to honor cancer survivors and remember members of our community that we have lost.
To donate to our CHOA fundraising team, click here: CHOA donation
Note: In case of inclement weather, the event will be held in the WHS Gym. Check the Walton Robotics website for current information. Follow signs for parking.
Walton Robotics is proud to announce completion of the 2019 game field at the Walton Robotics Regional Robotics Center, located at the old East Cobb Middle School. Open field sessions commence immediately! Check the DE website for days and times and to register.
Walton and Wheeler parents spent over 1,200 hours and $8,001 constructing a competition-grade field. Thanks to our sponsors and contributors.
Girls FIRST is an organization aimed at increasing awareness of STEM for middle and high school girls. Girls FIRST (high school) has been active since 2014, and Girls FIRST Jr (middle school) was founded in 2017 by one of our alumni, Selina Nie.
On January 25th, Walton Robotics is hosting a Girls FIRST Movie Night open to middle and high school girls. We will be watching the movie Hidden Figures (duration: 2 hr) after completing a short STEM activity! There will be popcorn, candy, drinks, and hot chocolate! Please come in pajamas or comfy clothes, and bring pillows, blankets, stuffed animals, etc. if you would like!
When: January 25th, 2019, 5:30pm-8:30pm
Where: East Cobb Middle School (Old) – 380 Holt Rd NE, Marietta, GA 30068
Below is the flyer with all the information, and sign up using the link below!
To Sign up, email – email@example.com
If you have any questions, please use these emails as contact:
Robot Relay for Life (an event to raise money for cancer research and to celebrate our beloved mentor, Debbie Kauffman) has been rescheduled.
Appropriate for all ages, we will have STEM activities, games, and food for all to enjoy! Come see robots make laps around the school. We will take donations to dedicate a lap to someone or take a robot for a spin.
Where: the old East Cobb Middle School on Holt Road. map here
What: We’ll be talking with team mentors and members, driving robots, checking out the tools and seeing last year’s field.