Schedule for competitions


pits open at 5pm, close at 10pm; most students will go after school; some students will leave school early (pit crew, drive team, scouting team- members not determined yet)


pits open at 8am and close at 8pm;  all students will be excused from school on Friday to attend; team will try to arrive at 7:30am and leave by 8:30pm


pits open at 8am and close at 6:30pm; awards ceremony starts around 5-6pm; team will try to arrive at 7:30am and leave by 6:30-7:30pm

Attending an Event

We are only guaranteed two events after all the hard work so everyone should come and see the culmination of the team’s work, this includes parents, friends, and supporters.

We know the order of when we are supposed to go, but not the specific time because competitions can run long or short.

You may upload this app for up to the minute information on events: FRC Spyder Application

Team Member Expectations

Every team member is expected to respectful to everyone not only because we represent our team, but also because we represent Community High School.

You should be at the right place at the right time doing the right thing. What does that mean for the competitions? It means members may only be:

One: In the pit.

Two: In the stands.

Three: at the team table in the cafeteria.

All students are expected to attend the competitions unless there is a pressing reason for them not to. No student would be left out of the fun, and of course will be given an opportunity to support the team, aka students WILL be given a job.

Food and Fun!

Parents are of course encouraged to attend all the events too! No matter what I say, a personal experience is required to truly understand the feelings you get at competitions.

Volunteering at competitions

Plus we need their help with team transportation, meals, and corralling. There will be another signup with food needs for the events.  We need parents to donate at least part of the food for meals at the events.


Parents are an integral part of the team. The team needs parents’ support on a variety of tasks from carpooling to bringing food to mentorship. Participation is highly welcome, but not necessary for your kid to be a part of the Zebrotics team. Some activities include: