Seattle Lutheran High School Robotics Team, one of the oldest continually active teams in the state – Team SeaBot – spends their spare time building and programming their robot for competitions in the Pacific Northwest. Beginning in January each year, they are led by Mr.Norton and a cadre of dedicated volunteers who help the students with the marketing, programming, and building teams and the human players who control the robot during competition. Team SeaBot enjoys success at competitions, earning final-round seats at each competition.
Team SeaBot is competing in Mount Vernon and Shorewood in March 2014. Stay tuned for results!
Team SeaBot thanks their faithful 2014 volunteers: Wade Hasbrouk who for ten years has helped our team learn programming, Larry Ryan who for nine years has helped teach the team all about electronics, Michael Yoder who for two years has taught the team about 3-D design, “Papa Dan” Sweet machinist extraordinaire and Tyler Andrews ’13 driving and mechanical mentor, for supporting our 20 robotic students in their endeavors.
We thank the businesses who have supported our work this year: Boeing, Capital Industries, El Gaucho Restaurant, Microsoft Matching, Pegasus Book Exchange, Talarico’s Pizza and the West Seattle Junction Association.
If you missed the event and want to make a gift to the Robotic Team to help defray the cost of competitions, please visit our giving page.
If you are interested in getting involved with the Robotic Team, please contact Jeff Norton, Robotic Team Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.937.7722 for more information.