Team Verification: Important!
Please email us as verification that you have read the content on this site. Please Include the following information included in the body:
- Verification of team number and team name
- Head Coach/contact info verification
- How many students on your team(s)
- Name of ONE VOLUNTEER from your team (can be parent, student, coach; must be 13+ except for field reset; 18+ for judge and referee) and desired position (you may state “any” or a specific job. Said volunteer can register here and we will contact them with more information and further registration/clearance materials. If your volunteer has already registered for a position, please just state that person and job.
- How many coaches on your team (not including spectators/ parents)
- Pizza order and beverages (see concessions for more information)
- Optional: If your team has Promote or Compass Videos, or a digital journal, you can upload them here, PRIOR to the tournament
REMINDER to COACHES regarding FIRST CONSENT FORMS:
The Lead Coach/Mentor provides youth team members age 13 and older the link to register:https://my.usfirst.org/stims/site.lasso. This can be done in person or through an email invite via the TIMS registration system. When you come to the tournament, you will bring a printed roster that lists your students’ consent status on it.
If you have parents/guardians who do not have access to the internet or computer: We strongly encourage all parents/guardians to complete the on-line registration process. In the event that they are not able to access the internet or a computer, a paper version of the registration process is available. Please note that all team members who use the paper registration forms must bring a completed copy to every FIRST event they attend.
This event is open to all spectators and free to attend. Guests, please consider bringing a small monetary or small Lego donation. All proceeds are being collected by FTC 5017 RoboEpic, GA’s high school robotics team, on behalf of Simply Smiles , a non-profit foundation which helps bring needs and futures to impoverished Native American and Mexican communities. RoboEpic’s community action plan this year is to develop a STEM curriculum, raise funds, and bring materials to the Lakota Nation Reservation in South Dakota over the summer on a service trip.
Gail Sestito and Doug Rendell
200 North Maple Ave
Greenwich, CT 06830
Since this is a FIRST event, gracious professionalism and courtesy is expected from every attendee at all times. Please be kind to one another, assist others when needed, and be gracious in all you do. Remember, you are representing your school/team/town, and you want to leave the best impression behind.