VEX Worlds & Season Surveys!

Congratulations to All Our 2015 VEX Worlds Award Winners!
The REC Foundation is pleased to congratulate the champions of 2015 VEX Worlds! For lists of all the competition results please visit: RoboticsEducation.org. Teams had an amazing time in Louisville and we look forward to returning next year. The REC Foundation is grateful to all our volunteers, sponsors, partners, teachers and students for making this such a memorable event! For VEX Worlds photography visit Flickr for VEX Robotics or REC Foundation and for video archives please visit Livestream! Finally, 2015 VEX Worlds branded apparel and items are still available for purchase by visiting the online store: VEX Worlds 2015 - Northwest Designs.

2014-2015 VEX Robotics End-of-Season Surveys!
The 2014-15 season included 12,000 teams from 33 countries! Now that the season is over, it’s critical that we receive your feedback on the program so that we might make any improvements now for the year ahead. Please be sure to take a few minutes to complete the end-of-season survey. Your responses provide valuable feedback on each program: VEX IQ Challenge, VEX Robotics Competition, and VEX U.

2015/2016 Season Now Open!
The REC Foundation is pleased to share information about the new season, VEX IQ Challenge Bank Shot and VEX Robotics Competition Nothing But Net! New documents and season planning information is added each week, so please check in often for the materials you need and be sure to register your team today at www.robotevents.com!

**Transitioning your VEX program team coach soon? **
Transitioning your VEX program team coach soon? Would you like to keep your team number and identity the same as last season? Here is how to accomplish this.

If outgoing coach is still available: Simply have the current coach log into their Robot Events account and list the new coach as the “Primary Contact” with all appropriate contact information. This will allow the new coach (once they have created their own Robot Events account) to take ownership of the teams’ account.

If outgoing coach is no longer available: Contact your REC Foundation Regional Support Manager (find them here: http://www.robotevents.com/support) so they can assist you with entering the new coach’s contact information into each of the teams’ accounts.

We hope this tip saves time and effort as you begin your next season of competitive robotics. Thank you!

**The REC Foundation’s Mission Statement **
The REC Foundation seeks to increase student interest and involvement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by engaging students in hands-on, sustainable, and affordable curriculum-based robotics engineering programs across the U.S. and internationally. For more information, visit www.roboticseducation.org.

Past E-Mails Available
Archives of all email blasts from this season can always be found here.

Not Getting These E-mails?
Many organizations automatically block group e-mails. You have two options:

  1. Request that your IT department “White List” emails from mail.vresp.comand/or white list e-mails from the following IP addresses: 74.116.89.0/24 74.116.91.0/24 66.151.143.0/24
  2. Make sure the alternate email address in your robotevents.comhttp://robotevents.com/ team account is different – not a school address.

REC Foundation
P.O. Box 8276
Greenville, Texas 75404
US