Announcements

    This Week in Robotics:

  • Monday:
    Team meeting 3:15-3:30
    Overwatch tryouts
  • Tuesday:
    No robotics today
  • Wednesday:
    Overwatch Tryouts
  • Thursday:
    Final day of Overwatch tryouts
    Final Overwatch team will be chosen
    Powder Puff Game Tailgate 3:30-5:00
  • Friday:
    Overwatch Team pictures
    and publicity video filming
  • Summer Projects

    Over the summer we will be both cleaning AND packing up to move robotics to its new location. The new workshop will not be ready until the end of summer, but we want to have it all ready before then. Cleanup and pack will be taking place during the first 3 weeks of summer weekday afternoons. We will not be meeting all days so make sure you check slack or this website for the schedule each week.
  • Congratulations to the new team leadership

    Our new team leaders are:
    Captain Kenny "Cheeto Bandito"
    Chief Engineer Taylor "The Hobbit"
    Department Heads:
    Mechanics Nick "Death the Kid"
    Drive Train Phil "Invisible Man"
    Programming Keoni "Twilight Sparkle"
    CAD Karen "The Chair"
    Publicity Unai "Watson"
    Scouting Diana
  • Championships


    We did extroninarily well at championships in St Louis. At one point we were ven ranked 3rd, and ended up ranked 27th out of 68 teams in the toughest division at the event. Everyone on the team should be very proud, the robot did everything we asked of it and more. It was never carried in a match, it was always a major contributor to every win. Now it is post season and as tests wind down, its time to start looking at finals, but also some projects we are doing to explore new ideas before the next build season.
  • 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.

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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


  • Newsletter to all team parents from the Coach
    4-25-2017

    Hello robotics team parents. It has been a busy 2 weeks since spring break and now that some of the dust has settled, I thought it was time to send out another update.

  • Newsletter #6 to all team parents from the Team Captain
    2-4-2017


    Team 702 Parents,

    We have just rounded out the fourth week of our robotics build season. The work your students have been putting in has helped push us to where we stand now; entering the final design stages for our shooting mechanism and finishing the overall frame and mechanisms of our competition-ready robot. We are making very good time as it stands, so please be sure to take some time and let your student know how awesome they are for their tremendous efforts.

  • Newsletter #5 to all team parents from the Team Captain
    1-13-2017


    Team 702 Parents,

    Things have been busy here in Room 91, and it will only continue to get busier as season progresses. I want to apologize for being late on getting this out to you all; we've all been hard at work.

  • Final thoughts for 2016
    1-4-2017


    As we approach the new year, and for robotics teams that would be January 7, not the 1st because that's when build season starts, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on all the craziness that made up 2016 for team 702.

  • Newsletter #4 to all team parents from the Team Captain
    12-29-2016


    Team 702 Parents,

    The end of the fi​​rst semester has come! I hope your students prepared well for their finals. With the end of the first semes​​ter comes the new year, and with the new year comes the FRC Build Season! Our countdown until Kickoff gets closer and closer with every day, so here's some information on the robotics schedule as it stands.
  • Newsletter #3 to all team parents from the Team Captain
    11-25-2016


    Happy Holidays from Team 702!

    I would like to personally wish you, and your family, a great Thanksgiving break. Although we only had two days of school this week, our Monday meeting was as busy as ever, and I had a lot of important information to talk about.

  • Newsletter #2 to all team parents from the Team Captain
    11-14-2016


    I hope that you all had a wonderful weekend.

    I apologize for being late on this newsletter, I had a particularly busy weekend and had little opportunity to finish this in time. I want to make sure that this is informative as possible, so please excuse the wait.

    During the meeting today, I brought up a couple important topics with your students.

  • Letter to all team parents from the Team Captain
    11-4-2016


    Good evening Parents and Guardians, My name is Ezra, I am a senior at Culver City High School, and the captain of the robotics team your child is a part of. For those of you who are returning parents; welcome back! I am very excited to continue working with your child and competing with them in the coming months. For those of you who are new parents; thank you for letting your child be a part of this exciting and demanding experience. I hope this is a great learning experience for them and something they'll continue to be passionate about throughout their time here.


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