Meet Our Teams

FIRST Lego League Discover

21459 Brick Masters

The Brick Masters started during the 2019-2020 Jr. FLL season and made up of 6 1st - 4th graders. Their mission is to learn about STEM while implementing habits like communication, teamwork, and problem solving. Throughout the season, they design a solution to a new challenge that revolves around a different real-world theme and create a LEGO Education Discover model and a poster to demonstrate their findings to family, friends, and volunteers. In order to participate in the competition, the team needs to pay for season registration which costs around $99 and includes the 2020-2021 team participation fee, exclusive PLAYMAKERS Explore Set, Engineering Notebooks for each student, and a Team Meeting Guide for coaches.  They also need to purchase a LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 Core Robotics Set which costs about $205 and can be reused throughout various seasons. Sponsorships and donations help them pay for the expenses associated with the season.

FIRST Lego League Challenge

7885 7 Maskateers

The 7 Maskateers is a feeder team to the Pathfinders 13497 and is composed of seven students between third and seventh grade. Their mission is to understand and promote STEM as best they can by building and programming a robot and completing a research project through the use of teamwork and FLL's Core Values. Each season, they must pay for: Robot Game Mat, Robot Game Elements, Project Components, FLL Registration, Competition Entrance Fees, Team T-shirts. Donations from gracious sponsors also allow them to reach out to the community to make connections and promote STEM.

FIRST Tech Challenge

13497 Pathfinders

The team began with an FLL team (7885 Masterbuilders) that soon morphed into an FTC team. The team strives to motivate communities by connecting with professionals from various sectors and promoting STEM and FIRST to children, in addition to encouraging high-quality work, emphasizing the value of others, and respecting each other and the community. Donations from sponsors are used for the team to be able to create and improve our robot, participate in competitions, and give back to the community by teaching and advocating for STEM.

FIRST Tech Challenge

10435 Circuitbreakers

The team began as Timberline 9 in the 2015-2016 season and is made up of 11th and 12th graders. Our mission is to use ingenuity and innovation to create an efficient robot that can compete at the highest level while spreading interest in Robotics and FIRST throughout our community. We design, build, and program robots to compete in the First Tech Challenge. Sponsoring us will allow us to buy more parts that we need and provide us with money to be used for admission into competitions and travel expenses.