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Hawthorne Robotics is a STEM initiative sponsored by Hawthorne Christian Academy in Chester, SC.
The Hawthorne Hydronauts are cosponsored by Hawthorne Christian Academy and Chester County 4H.
Operating as usual
Hawthorne's Robotics Teams are progressing and preparing for their upcoming competitions. The VEX IQ Team (middle school) team will compete on Saturday, January 8th in Greenville, SC. The VEX V5 (high school) team will compete at Clemson University in February. Go Hawks!
Hi, I am Ja'Keria Baxter and I am a member of the Hawthorne VEX Robotics team. I will be helping with the social media for the group. I am posting some pictures for our VEX V5 team and the VEX IQ team from the last few weeks.
Hawthorne is excited to begin our inaugural season of VEX robotics competition! Our first meeting will be Thursday, September 5th from 3:15-4:30 PM. VEX is open to students in 9th-12th grade who are 14 years of age or older. The Hawthorne Robotics Team 88458A is registered and ready to begin an exciting season of learning, coding, designing, and building advanced robots. For further information, please email [email protected].
FIRST has officially released the theme and project for the 2019 season. It is City Shaper, and it challenges our students to design the city of the future. We look forward to dealing with this topic and coming up with innovative solutions! The FLL season will begin when school starts in August. We are Hawthorne Robotics!
Attention Brainiacs and FLL fans! FIRST will be releasing a teaser of the new season this week! Looking forward to building the models, designing the missions and programming the bot! We will pass on the teaser once it is released.
Hawthorne's Brainiacs have been researching how long term space travel affects an astronauts mental health. The link below is to some of their research and project proposal for FLL's Into Orbit season.
FLL's theme this year is Into Orbit. It features the possibilities and challenges of long term space flight and exploration. The team has developed a unique idea to help astronauts overcome loneliness and depression when being far away from Earth for possibly years at a time. Using virtual reality technology, the team plans to propose ways that astronauts can visualize being at home while thousands of miles away in space. We look forward to the feedback that the team will receive from the judges at our regional qualifier on Saturday, November 17th. Go Brainiacs!
The Hawthorne Hydronauts have worked hard this FLL season to design a new, simple, inexpensive device to test our drinking water - The Hydronoodle! The Hydronoodle is a disposable straw with a water test strip that detects iron, acidic pH, copper, chlorine levels, and more! This prototype is easy to use (simply dip in water), takes only 2 seconds to test water, and costs less than .20 cents per straw. The Hydronauts will be presenting this new device at the York FLL Qualifier in Rock Hill on Saturday, Dec. 2nd. Go Hydronauts!
Our website is now LIVE! The team has been hard at work the last few weeks getting everything together. We would like to thank all of our experts who have taken time to help us research this important project. Please share and help us get the word out about the importance of bees!
Hawthorne Stingers at the Lioneers Academy Challenge.
We are only TWO days away from the SC State FLL Qualifier at York Technical College! On Friday, the Brainiacs will be representing Hawthorne at the competition to show how much we have learned this season. The team will be leaving out at 7:15 AM on Friday, the event begins at 8:30 AM and is open to the public. Go Brainiacs!
The Brainiacs had the privilege to have Robin Currence with the Chester County Clemson Extension Office come by and visit with the team about all of the opportunities that 4H offers to the community. After the meeting the team displayed the FLL robot mission board and discussed their battery project. Thank you Robin for all that you do for 4H and the citizens of Chester County!
The team has been hard at work collecting batteries. So far, we have collected over 800 disposable batteries. Our goal is 1,000 batteries that will be saved from the landfill and recycled. We will continue collecting batteries through November 13th. Go Brainiacs!
The Brainiacs want to thank Chester County 4H for their continued support of our team and First Lego League Robotics! 4H is a great organization that supports young people in a wide range of science and agricultural fields. Please visit their page for further information.
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