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Engineering Club

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HEREFORD ZONE ROBOTICS - 2013 sponsors list >clickHERE 

Hereford Zone Robotics-home page


Directions to Mr. Doddo's lab
Hereford High School


About Us 


Club Testimonials

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HZR Summer Robotics Camp  
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Vex Construction page 
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BUILD Instructions and More!


PDF file that we used in club today Oct 7 Intro to Graphical Programming  CLICKHERE






robotC resource page   






HZR SUMMER CAMP - www.tinyurl.com/hzrcamp   



Congratulations to our own Mr. Chip DiBerardino,
2014 RECF VEX Mentor of the Year!


The First Annual HZR Stampede VEX Robotics competition held at Hereford Middle School - Dec 2011


Welcome to HZR 929      

Congratulations to the Graduates!    May 24, 2013
longtime members of 929Z 
Will Collings, Connor O'Rourke, Zach Robertson, Matthew Brady     Check out where they are headed in the new 'Alumni' page



We are currently fundraising. If you know of a company that is looking for a worthwhile cause, or if you would like to make a private donation, please contact Chris Putnam at cputnam@bcps.org


The decision to increase robotics support is an easy one, as robots have moved from the assembly line to landing squarely in the lap of education. By designing, building and operating autonomous and remote controlled robots, students learn key engineering subjects and develop systems-thinking, problem-solving and teamwork skills necessary for today‚Äôs engineers and scientists.

According to a Brandeis University Education study, students who participate in robotics have a 50 percent more likelihood of attending college and are twice as likely to major in science or engineering.

Any size donation is very welcome.  Thanks! 



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