notice from Coach Davis:
Slack is back online and your accounts have been restored. Remember, Slack is only for team business and you need to present a professional image when using it as it is an online presence for our team. This includes direct messaging as well as channel posts.
This Week in Robotics:
Team meeting 3:15-3:30
LA Regional meeting 3:30
All members planning to go to the LA Competition in Long Beach MUST attend!
Packing for the LA regional 2:30
Permission slips due
Final Packing foe LA Regional
Scouting meeting at 3:00
Robot Drop Off team leaves at 5:15
LA Regional Practice Day
Only necessary team members will attend
You will be notified if you are needed on this day
LA Regional Qualification Matches 8:00am
All members and families are invited to attend
Raytheon Relese forms
All team members planning to go to the LA competition on March 24-26 must fill out a photo release form for Raytheon so they can take pictures of our team. Pleas pick one up in the robotics room and have it back no later than Friday.
Team nickname database is now online!
There has been several requests for a history of team nicknames to be posted here, mostly because the only known record of all team nicknames (since 2007) is Coach Davis. It was also suggested that team members get to tell their own naming story, not just have Davis' version. So the Bagel Bytes Web Design Team has been collecting information from both current members as well as reaching out to any past members we could find.
The results are under team info or just click here.
We are far from done though so if you are a current or former member of team 702, please fill out the following form.
Click here to get to the form.
Unless of course you want to just have Davis' version to be remembered by.
Attention all members
All members and parents must register with the FIRST Organization and sign the online consent form. Click here for more information. See Ezra or Davis if you have any questions.
Welcome to the
Culver City High School
Robotics Team Home
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.