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137 Anan Wade Rd
North Scituate, RI, 02857
United States

401-710-7500

The site is maintained for FIRST FRC 5112, The Gongoliers.  The Gongoliers are the high school robotics team from Ponaganset High School in Rhode Island.

Outreach Events


May
16
9:00 AM09:00

Women in Stem Conference

Participants: Team 5112

Service: Students greet speakers, set up needed materials for the event, usher speakers, and document the day

More information to come! The official date has not yet been determined, but the conference will be held in May. We hope to invite several different schools to this event!

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Feb
3
6:00 PM18:00

Laptop Repair Team

February 3, 2016 (Tuesdays and Thursdays)

Laptop Repair Team

Participants: Kyle Corry, Chris Vieira, Parker Russell, Jon Doolittle, Brian Desautels

Service: Repair the broken laptops of students and organize laptop spare parts every Tuesday and Thursday.

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Hour Of Code (Ponaganset Middle School)
Dec
10
7:40 AM07:40

Hour Of Code (Ponaganset Middle School)

Participants: Nathaniel Henderson, Brigit Cotter, Kyle Corry, Chris Duhaime, Brian Desautels, Jon Doolittle, Chace Hayhurst, Robert Holden, Connor McGrath, Kris Hind, Jenn Carleen, Lucas Vieira, Lucas Peckham.

Hour of Code Official Website

Service: Helping run and providing guidance for sixth graders through the hour of code process. Students also aided the seventh graders on their STEM related projects during advisory and talked to the eighth graders about the robotics team at the high school.

 

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Hour of Code (Ponaganset High School)
Dec
8
8:00 AM08:00

Hour of Code (Ponaganset High School)

Participants: Christoper Vieria, Jacob Baima, Chace Hayhurst, Lucas Peckham, Scott Barber, Brian Desautels, Garrett Donnelly, Sean Maglione, Kenny Desrosiers, Tristan Arnold, Parker Russell, Jon Doolittle, Kyle Corry, Connor McGrath, Kris Hind, Christoper Duhaime, Brian Thornber, Nate Henderson, Joe Tammaro, Brenton Travers, Ty Parrillo, John Biafore, Alex Blanchard, Sam Hopkins, Jacob Cabral, Robert Holden, Anthony Neves, Aidan Dooley, Brigit Cotter, Trinity Brandt, Kayleigh Mitchell, Stephanie Coffey, and Jenn Carleen.

Hour of Code Official Website

Service: Helped lead and provided guidance through the hour of code process. Some participants supervised specific lessons while others took pictures and documented the event.



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Coast to Coast Biofuel Airplane Project Website Redesign
Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

Coast to Coast Biofuel Airplane Project Website Redesign

November 20, 2015

Coast to Coast Biofuel Airplane Project Website Redesign

Participants: Kyle Corry

Service:

Redesigning the website for the Aero Energy Association to help them gain the support they need to make the first transcontinental flight using aviation biofuel in a certified light aircraft and increase awareness of alternative energy.

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Sep
21
8:30 AM08:30

Student Helpdesk

September 21, 2015

Student Helpdesk

Participants: Kyle Corry, Chris Vieira

Service: Started a student helpdesk to assist students of PHS who have laptop issues. This will take place every morning for 10 minutes for the entire year.

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Aug
27
2:30 PM14:30

Kid's Coding Class

August 27, 2015

Kid’s Coding Class

Participants: Kyle Corry, Chris Vieira

Service: Taught App Lab to kids at the Foster Public Library. This was the third of 3 classes focused on the basics of coding and computer science that we would teach during the summer. This class focused on creating games using the new App Lab by Code.org.

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Aug
22
8:30 AM08:30

Glocester Memorial Park Painting

August 22, 2015

Glocester Memorial Park Painting

Participants: Ty Parrillo, Evan Hallberg, Alex Blanchard

Service: We painted the concessions shed at GMP. This service makes our community of Foster-Glocester appear superordinate to that of neighboring communities that may not have been privileged enough to have robotics personnel produce a freshly painted edifice in its recreational locale.

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Aug
20
2:30 PM14:30

Kid's Coding Class

August 20, 2015

Kid’s Coding Class

Participants: Kyle Corry, Chris Vieira

Service: Taught MIT App Inventor to kids at the Foster Public Library. This was the second of 3 classes focused on the basics of coding and computer science that we would teach during the summer. This class focused on creating more complex applications and games using MIT App Inventor.

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Aug
18
2:30 PM14:30

Java Basics Class

August 18, 2015

Java Basics Class

Participants: Kyle Corry, Chris Vieira

Service: Taught the basics of the Java programming language to Mrs. Du for her to further teach it to participants of the Minecraft club at the Foster Public Library.

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Aug
13
2:30 PM14:30

Kid's Coding Class

August 13, 2015

Kid’s Coding Class

Participants: Kyle Corry, Chris Vieira

Service: Taught MIT App Inventor to kids at the Foster Public Library. This was the first of 3 classes focused on the basics of coding and computer science that we would teach during the summer. This class focused on creating basic applications using MIT App Inventor.

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Aug
12
8:00 PM20:00

Volunteer at Avenger Tower

August 12, 2015            

Volunteer at Avenger Tower

Participants: Tony Stark, Bruce Banner, Steve Rogers, Peter Parker, Thor Odinson, Natalia Alianova Romanova, Hank Pym, Janet van Dyne

Service: Cleaned and organized after a brief battle with Ultron and his minions.  Organized to turn defeated anti-human robots and repurpose them into playground equipment for elementary school children in need.

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Aug
11
2:30 PM14:30

Web Design Class

August 11, 2015

Web Design Class

Participants: Kyle Corry, Chris Vieira

Service: Taught web design to kids at the Foster Public Library. This was the first of 3 planned classes focused on web design that we would teach during the summer. This class focused on HTML and how to construct a very basic web page.

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