TACOBOTS ROBOTICS TEAM
2015 FLL CORE VALUES AWARD
Winner of the “Core Values” award at the Niles Qualifier.
2016 FLL Norcal Champions
First place winner at the First Lego League Northern California Championships.
2016 FLL World Championship
Selected to Attend the Prestigious St. Louis FIRST World Championship
2016 FLL ROBOT DESIGN AWARD
Winner of the “Robot Design” award at the Norcal Championship
2016 FTC JUDGES AWARD
Winner of the “Judges Award” at the San Jose Play space qualifier
2017 FLL Invitational
Invited to the prestigious Razorback North America Open Invitational FLL Championship
2017 FLL Qualifier – Champions Award
Winner of Champions award at the 2017 Norcal FLL Qualifier for Hydrodynamics
We are a family of FIRST Robotics Teams based in Fremont, CA.
The Tacobots family was started in Spring of 2015 and has been growing ever since.
We hope you find our website interesting and informative. We also have an old site that you may wish to visit at Clash of Trash.
We're a little wild... after all, we're still kids.
But we work hard, because we want to do the best we can...
...but not too hard, because we're 100% fun!
MEET OUR TEAM
I am the the builder of the team. I like to build and make attachments for the robot. FLL has been inspiring, fun, and educational; and I hope that I continue to learn more in my next few years.
I like to just build off of an original idea or to experiment with something I already made to see how I can fix it. I honestly think that all of my teammates are awesome and are different than me, but also alike.
I am the researcher of the team. FLL has taught me a great deal about working together as a team, building and programming robots, and how we can use our unique skills to increase our productivity.
I am the programmer of the team. I like playing video games, having sleepovers, playing music, and programming. When I grow up I want to be a computer engineer and FLL has taught me programming which will be useful to me.
I love to cook, hang out with my friends, and play sports. Going to robotics and meeting my friends is so fun for me. I think my teammates are amazing and so awesome. I hope I continue to meet many new people and make new friends with my journey in FLL.
I like hanging out with my friends, playing the piano, dancing, drawing, texting with my friends, eating good food, and reading books. When I grow up I want to be a veterinarian. FLL has taught me cteamwork skills, programming, and building.
I love to swim, play cricket, hang out with my friends, and play chess. This is my second year in FLL and I have had a lot of fun. FLL has taught me that there is not a problem that you can’t solve if you work as a team.
I like to play tennis, do taekwondo, swim, read books, play with friends, doodle, watch T.V., eat, and sleep. I want to be a professional tennis Player when I grow up. Over the years I have learnt public speaking, time management, and working as a team in FLL.
I enjoy doing gymnastics, volleyball, eating food, drinking tapioca, playing on the internet, dancing, singing, and bouncing on my trampoline. When I grow up, I want to be a graphic designer. FLL has taught me teamwork and the balance between working and playing.
I love to play with legos and experiment building new things. In FLL, I learned about different strategies to use, programming, and how to work with different people. I improved on public speaking, creating ideas, and building robots with an EV3 kit.
I am one of the programmers on the team. I like to program because doing what adults do is just fun. FLL taught me lots of things, such as, working as a team, programming, and gracious professionalism.
I am the programmer of the team. I love to joke around and have fun while working with my teammates. I have learnt public speaking, advanced robotics programming, teamwork and cooperation to solve problems through the robotics program.
I have been playing with Legos ever since I could understand directions, and now I can show others what I can do with that knowledge.
I am a lego enthusiast. I love building and am constantly amazed at how the same pieces can come together in so many different ways! I am having a blast solving problems and working with my team. We work hard and play hard.
I built the base of our robot “The Gobbler”. I like to hangout with my team and have fun with robots and programming. In the future I thrive to excel in the field of STEM.
I am one of the robot builders on the team. I have always liked to build robots, and FLL gave me a chance to work with my team to solve real world problems. I am passionate about STEM, and will continue in the same path.
When I want to grow up, I would like to be either an engineer or a physicist. FLL taught me teamwork, programming, building robots and attachments, and the balance between work and play making my dream a step closer.
I am a car enthusiast. Ask me any car and I’ll tell you all about it. I work to align the robot at the right angle so it can go right where it is supposed to go. I really enjoy working with my teammates.
Our team alumni “Tacobots Team Bee – FLL TEAM 2016” featuring Aarav, Devansh, Ishan, Nikhil, Aarna, Rajorshi, Aamod, Arav (from Left to Right)
FTC Team #11099
The Tacobots would like to thank our wonderful sponsors.
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We are always looking for additional sponsors. The success of our team and our diverse outreach is dependent on the financial support we receive from our sponsors. We would like you to be one of our sponsors. We also have 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, so if you prefer to sponsor us, please contact us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This FLL season is over and we had a blast! From last summer to now, we have really grown as a team, learned a lot about robotics, and had a lot of fun. The hard work we put in was well worth it. Thank you coaches and parents. See you all next year!
As a part of the FLL outreach program, our team wanted to visit universities and companies that were working in the robotics field. The Tacobots sent out several requests to outreach programs and were lucky enough to be invited by the University of California at Berkeley’s Robotic labs. We were super excited to see research and innovations at Read more about Visit to UC Berkeley[…]
This past Tuesday we received a proclamation from the Mayor of Fremont, Bill Harrison. Thank you, Mayor for recognizing our achievements! Also, thank you Councilwoman Sue Chan for all of your great support and help in finding sponsors for us. Last but not least, special thanks to our sponsors from Republic Services. Republic Services has Read more about Proclamation from the Mayor![…]
Wow! We’ve been getting a lot of press lately, check us out in these news articles: San Jose Mercury News Tri-City Voice Siliconeer The World Journal India Currents We’ve also been working hard on getting sponsorships and donations as we prepare to go to St. Louis. If you or your company would like to help Read more about Tacobots in the News![…]
The Mission San Jose Elementary FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics team Tacobots has won 1st place competing against 43 other teams in the Northern California Championship in Sacramento on Saturday, January 16th. The Tacobots will now advance to the FIRST LEGO League World Festival and FIRST Championship in St. Louis in April 2016. The World Read more about We’re going to the World Championship![…]
On Saturday, January 16th, the Tacobots competed at the Northern California regionals in Sacramento. There were a total of 44 teams at this competition, representing some of the best FLL teams in Northern California. We were set up in lucky booth #13. We had a pretty good start to Read more about Norcal Championships here we come![…]
On Saturday, November 21st, we went to the Niles Discovery Church for our very first FLL competition. We did quite well at the event. Our robot had the second highest score. And we won the award for Core Values!
Thanks to Principal Graves, the Tacobots were invited to give a presentation at Mission San Jose Elementary School. We presented our project, “Smart Trash” to a full auditorium.
We Tacobots don’t just sit around and build and program robots all day… we also like to eat tacos!
This year’s FLL challenge is called “Trash Trek”. We received our mat back around the time school started this year. We were very excited to see what challenges lay ahead of us, but little did we know the challenges we faced required many sleepless nights. Nonetheless, all the hard work we put in will pay Read more about Setting up Trash Trek Mat[…]