Red Dragon Robotics

WHAT: Supports the Red Dragon Robotics Club HOW MUCH: $20 Donation to Enter. 1st, 2nd, 3rd place and FAN FAVORITE.  Student-Made Trophies.  WANT TO SPONSOR US? Sponsors for back of team shirts: $1 a pt. 72pt Font=1” Max 72 pt-Min 15 pt WHEN : DECEMBER - 6,7,8,13,14,15, 20,21,22. Dusk-Midnight WHO: ANY PROPERTY IN THE BEMUS POINT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.  PAYMENT IS DUE BY DECEMBER 8th. PLEASE CONTACT  MARCUS CLARK - MCLARK@BEMUSPTCSD.ORG OR MARK DOLLARD  - ADDRESSES WILL BE ADDED TO A COMPETITION MAP and Fan VOTING found at: WHY: Need funds for Competition Entry fees and competition apparel.



The Red Dragon Robotics club is entered into several competitions this school year. Please help support our student members by entering the Holiday Lights Competition, by being a sponsor, or by visiting our sponsors. Thank you for your support!

Judging will be based on a scoring scale of 1-5 with 5 being the highest as follows:

  • Creativity and Originality.
  • Number of Lights and Neatness.
  • Theme or Storyline.
  • Use of recycled materials, energy savings.
  • Overall “Wow” Factor.
  • Fan Voting.
  • "Program" control. I.E. Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Etc.

Building a chassis with Tetrix robotics
Students holding Finch robots

Top: Building a chassis with Tetrix and Rev robotic systems. Bottom: Students programming Finch robots.

Students posing with robotic arm and students playing minecraft.

Foreground: A robotic arm is used for a multiple industrial applications, from welding, material handling, and thermal spraying, to painting and drilling. Background: Students develop their virtual worlds in Minecraft.

Students posing with LEGO Robot
Students posing with LEGO Robot

LEGO Robotics

Students work on building LEGO EV3's. Programming soon to follow.

Students posing with LEGO Robot
Students posing with a robot

Vex Robotics

Students built and are testing a Vex Clawbot.

Beyond science and engineering principles, a VEX Robotics project encourages creativity, teamwork, leadership and problem solving among groups. It allows educators to easily customize projects to meet the level of students' abilities as they inspire & prepare the STEM problem solvers of tomorrow. › about-us › our-story

First tech challenge robot


Students design and engineer both electrical and mechanical systems in their FTC robot.

3-d printed phone holder

Additive Manufacturing

Students designed and printed a Driver Hub Holder for the FTC.

computer numerically controlled machine

Subtractive Manufacturing

Students use the CNC to machine parts for the FTC robot and classroom curriculum. But first a fixture needed to be milled.

First Tech Challenge Robot in construction phase

FTC robot in construction phase.


We've established our First Tech Challenge team. Our registered team is #15926 Red Dragon Robotics. We would like to enlist Additional Coaches and Mentors – Every FIRST team is required to have two adult mentors/coaches who have passed the FIRST background screening process.

Our first event will be this January in Corning.

Contact Marcus Clark: for more information.

Why Robotics? FTC?

Students get to:

 Design, build, and program robots.

 Model a real-world engineering process.

 Apply math and science concepts.

 Develop strategic problem-solving, organizational, and team-building skills.

 Build life skills while building robots and work towards participating in tournaments and World Championship.

 Compete and cooperate in alliances at tournaments.

 Access exclusive scholarships from hundreds of colleges/universities.

Get Involved! There are many ways you can get involved and volunteer to support a FIRST Tech Challenge team. Here are some examples of volunteer roles:

  • Coach
  • Mentor
  • Event host/organizer
  • Field Manager
  • Referee
  • Judge
  • Inspector
  • Scorekeeper
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