Members will be required to attend a minimum number of meetings and at least four outreach/fundraising events to qualify for Pit Squad, Drive Squad, and team leadership. Attendance requirements, as outlined below:
Offseason (July - December)
- 1 meeting per week for all members
Build Season (January - February)
- Every Saturday is mandatory plus any 3 additional days for all members
Competitions & End-of-Season (March-May/June)
- 2 meetings per week for all members
Members will be responsible for regularly checking various services for any communication regarding Techno Wolves. The team often communicates via email, Discord, Remind, other messaging platforms, and occasionally via text message or call if necessary.
Code of Conduct & Policies
All members on the team are expected to serve as role models to other members as well as to the community. Members must demonstrate a positive attitude at ALL times, reliability by coming to team meetings and events on time, and responsibility by helping in cleaning up the workspace while also going beyond to assist others when needed. Additionally, members must show responsiveness and leadership skills in doing tasks to their fullest quality possible when asked by the appropriate lead or mentor.
The following guiding principles are instrumental in creating a positive and supportive environment for the students and the community. Techno Wolves should be a fun, positive, and safe place for all members of the team.
Every member of the team is expected to display Gracious Profressionalism at ALL times as well as promoting the ideals of FIRST such as demonstrating:
- A positive attitude
- A clean vocabulary
- A friendly and polite attitude towards all people at ALL times
- Respect for the feelings, opinions, and choices of other members
- Respect for facilities supplies, tools, and equipment
- Good sportsmanship
Members who fail to demonstrate respect towards their peers, neglect to show up to meetings without prior notice, refuse to fulfill their responsibilities and carry out their assigned tasks, not meeting the requirements, and/or carry out an action detrimental to the environment of the team WILL be issued a warning. Any warning will be dealt with the following procedure:
- The first warning will be issued via a written notice to both the member and his/her parents/guardians.
- The second warning will result in a parent/guardian-student conference with the coaches to resolve any issue. Depending on the severity, a lead may be considered for dismissal from his/her position.
- Failure afterwards or failure to respond will result in the member's dismissal from the team with a formal notice.
Parent Interest Meeting
The Techno Wolves Robotics Booster Club will host a parent informational meeting at a time and date TBD. This meeting is an opportunity for parents and students to learn about the team, meet some of the members, and to ask questions that may arise.
Submitting the Application
The application must be fully completed and turned in. Please submit the completed digital copy and if required, upload or email the write up to: email@example.com.
This form is due September 8th at 11:59pm.