What we do

Students First

While we push ourselves to win, winning is not everything. What matters is the lessons we learn and the experiences we have.

One Team

While Warrior Robotics has team members in different branches, which participate in different programs, we are all still one big team. We pride ourselves on all of our team members being warriors, not just a few.

Learning

We pride ourselves on providing a rich, learning environment to our team members, where they learn valuable real-world skills.

Facts about Warrior Robotics

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2 towns, 1 community
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We participate in 2 programs: FRC and FLL
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Our team is 8 years old!
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27 Members

Latest Posts

Build Season Week 4 2018

As week 4 comes to a close, the team celebrates their success. Everyone worked hard all week, and their effort shows. The design team updated the CAD with the lifting […]

Build Season Week 3 2018

During week three, the robotics teams accomplished many things. Throughout the week, the design team came up with a rough draft for their designs and started looking for problems in […]

Build Season Week 2 2018

The entire team has been hard at work as build season continues, and significant progress is being made in all areas. In the past week, the mechanical team built and […]

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Our Mission

To be a team where we, the students, are the driving force behind its success. Where we create, and sustain, a completely student run organization. Because we will not take credit for someone else's hard work, only ours."
Warrior Robotics Mission Statement

Meet the leadership

Paul Shultz

Paul Shultz

FRC Coach/Lead Mentor

With team since 2011

Nicknames: Mr. Shultz, Shultzy, Pdawg

Fun Fact: None

Larry Allen

Larry Allen

FRC Mentor

With team since 2014

Nicknames: Mr. Allen

Fun Fact: “I don’t do fun”

Hunter Mankus

Hunter Mankus

Captain

With team since 2015

Nickname: Gunt

Fun Fact: Speaks German

Jessika Wahlbin

Jessika Wahlbin

Captain

With team since 2015

Nickname:

Fun Fact: Has two Papillons.

Phil Cass

Phil Cass

Assistant Captain

With team since 2016

Nicknames: None

Fun Fact: Goes down hills on longboards

Anna Fryling

Anna Fryling

Assistant Captain

With team since 2016

Nicknames: None

Fun Fact: Owns a very large katana

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What people have to say about us

The LS 4169 team is one committed to building a robotics community. I work at the Sudbury middle school and I have called upon the team members to help me to enhance my robotics curriculum with new challenges and projects. In addition, the team members have reached out to the middle school to offer their time by helping in my classes and in creating a new FLL team at the middle school level. I am impressed not only by their hardware and software skills but their willingness to help the greater community and foster interest in robotics in younger students.

Paula Moore

Paula Moore

Former Robotics Engineering and Computer Applications Teacher at Ephraim Curtis Middle School (Sudbury, MA)
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