Announcements

  • Weekly Work Days


    Monday:
    After School Meetings (3:15-3:45)
    Tuesday:
    Work Day (3:10-5:45)
    Wednesday:
    Free Day
    Thursday:
    Work Day (3:10-5:45)
    Friday:
    Free Day
  • Back to School Night Spaghetti Dinner


    Back to School Night is this Wednesday. That also means one of our bigger fundraisers, the spaghetti dinner, is also happening on that night. We need donations of food and supplies so we can make the most of the fundraiser. Please sign up on the sheet here.
  • Applications


    The team applications for new members and returning members are updated and live on the site. Go to the "Members" tab and click on "Applications". Both new and returning members have an online portion as well as a physical portion that must be turned in to either Ezra or Davis. See them if you have any questions.
  • Robotics Room Preservation

    The Robotics Room is in a clean state after our summer clean up project and our janitors work. The room has a new layout and is in a surprisingly orderly fashion. The goal is to keep the room in this state until build season as we are sharing the classroom still. If you make a mess, clean it up!
  • Keep watch here and on Slack for more info and website updates. There are a lot of pictures coming to the site soon as well as some more robot profiles and possibly some more additions.

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    Team 702

    Culver City High School's Team 702, The Bagel Bytes, is a student driven robotics team that works with engineering professionals and participates in the annual FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology) Robotics competition. During a six week period students work in various sub teams of engineering (Computer Science, Mechanics, Electronics, CAD, Drive Train) to accomplish a task announced by FIRST and then compete at competitions near and far. The key to success for The Bagel Bytes? Hard work, determination and a wide range of backgrounds. Team 702 is proud to have team members who represent the LGBTQ+ community, smash gender barriers with a near perfect split in male to female membership and strive to help push forward the future of technology in their community and on a global scale.

Team 702 Blog


    See the wordpress version of the blog presented by our sponsor, Cooler Master here: https://bagelbytes702.wordpress.com/
  • The Robots are going Hollywood
    9-9-2016


    Well, seeing as we live 5 minutes from a movie studio it was bound to happen. Hello again everyone! And by everyone I mean all those of you who actually still follow this blog... how many of you are there? Guess it doesn't matter since I'm going to write this anyway. School is back in and a new season of Culver City robotics is starting out as well. This of course means we have more stuff going on and it's time to get this blog going again.

  • Robot In 3 Days?
    5-24-2016


    For all of you who are not FRC veterans, there is a group online called "robot in 3 days" who after the FRIST game is revealed proceeds to build a robot to do that game in, you guessed it, 3 days. Maybe it is to inspire all the teams out there who can barely get a robot together in 6 weeks let alone 3 days. To me it seemed almost mocking us as they show off what they can do and usually have a robot that can score better than any of our robots. So I rarely look at the posts. Anyway, team 702 usually likes to find a way different approach to the game and seeing stuff like that can stifle creativity. (As well as making me want to stifle them right up their...)

  • Retrospect and Thoughts
    5-13-2016


    Retrospect (n) - contemplation of the past; a survey of past time, events, etc.

    - dictionary.com


    The year has come to an end. After six weeks of planning, designing, building, testing, competing, and cheering we have come to the end of the 2016 FIRST Stronghold season. In my three years of being on the team, this year was the first year where I saw drive and determination in all of the eyes of my teammates. This year was our year to show what we were made of above all. We made this year like that, we wanted to prove ourselves to other teams, and, in some ways to ourselves, prove that we are still a team to be feared and still a team to be watched.


  • Past blog entries can be found in our blog archive.