We are a First Lego League Robotics team – Tacobots #15821
The Tacobots family was started in Spring of 2015 and has been growing ever since. We call ourselves the “Tacobots” because each of us brings a unique flavor and contribution to the team. Also, we love robots and tacos!
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The current team has 8 kids from 5th and 6th grade from the Mission San Jose neighborhood in Fremont, CA : Prakrit Ramachandran, Aadi Kaul, Aakash Mandayam, Devansh Trivedi, Amelie Wu, Skylar Qian, Ayushi Kashyap, and Devanshi Wasson.
FIRST = For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology. FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is an exciting and fun global robotics program, designed to ignite an enthusiasm for discovery of the basic principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Invited to attend the Razorback Invitational 2017 at Fayetteville, AR
Won Robot Design Award 2016-2017 at East Bay Championship
Won FLL Champions Award 2015-2016 at Sacramento State Championship
Invited to attend the World Festival in 2016 at St. Louis, MO
Won Core Value Award at Qualifier at Niles, Fremont in 2015
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Each year, as part of First Lego League, our team comes up with a solution to a ‘real world problem’.
Learn about our project solutions here
The team seeks sponsorships and grants from businesses and people like you to help cover the expenses and greatly appreciates the generosity of all 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 2017 sponsors.
The grants we receive help us pay for registration at various competitions, parts, and equipment. The money is also used in our outreach as we mentor budding teams and introduce children to robotics.
I hope that you will become part of Team Tacobot’s success. You can reach us through our team email email@example.com
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