“To prepare students for a future in a technologically focused world, by learning critical problem solving skills and working as a team to accomplish a given problem, while providing an enjoyable and welcoming environment for all."
anyone miss out on the fun: Invite friends, family,
Mentors, or anyone who will not be able to attend an event to watch
the live stream. To learn more and see a list of event standings and match rankings, please click here.
Two of our senior team members, Zane Freeman and Daniel Reister, have designed and created team plaque numbers as a special gift to teams attending the CAIS robotics competition
Freeman and Reister created 37 plaques using a CNC Plasma Cutter in
the Mike Biery machining center, a facility used by Clackamas Academy of Industrial
Sciences and their students. CAIS' Engineering Design and Development (EDD) "is an engineering
research course in which students work in teams to design and develop
an original solution to a valid open-ended technical problem by applying
the engineering design process." Through this course, students apply and develop skills in the STEM field.
We encourage teams attending the CAIS competition to use their plaques as a way to invest in their team spirit and celebrate teamwork. Teams can decorate and sizzle their display number to promote their team's spirit.