Code Red will once again offer a NRG Robotics Summer Camp in 2018. NRG stands for Next Robotics Generation. It is a program designed and run by our high school FRC students.
NRG Summer Camp is for students who have just finished grades 4-6 and an adult family member (parent/guardian). Together, students and parents build an Arduino robot to play a game designed by Code Red’s FRC students. Each student builds his/her own robot. NRG Summer Camp meets Monday-Thursday evening and Saturday morning. The evening meetings include building and modifying an Arduino robot as well as problem-solving and teamwork activities. At the end of the week, on Saturday, we will hold a tournament where students will compete with their robots and play the game.
Tentative Dates for this year’s Summer Camp is: June 11-14 and 16. Due to construction at Byron Center High School, the location is to be determined, but it will be within a Byron Center Public Schools building.
|When:||Monday-Thursday, June 11-14|
Saturday, June 15 (Tournament)
|Where:||To be determined due to construction at Byron Center High School
Summer camp will take place in a Byron Center Public School facility
|Who:||All 4th through 6th grade students
Based on the grade just finished
|Cost:||$125.00 per child
Includes a robot with a carrying case, and a T-Shirt
Students get to keep the robot they build
Checks can be made payable to: Code Red Robotics
Print the registration form on this page and fill it in
Mail the form with payment to:
Code Red Robotics Summer Camp
c/o Linda Baas
7449 Whistlewood SW
Byron Center, MI 49315