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John,

My first year I felt similar.  It is overwhelming.  Try to be ready to do the project.  Our first year we had a poor presentation, but the whole experience for the kids was over the top energy and fun.  You really need more parental help and we had to split the group up into smaller numbers to get things done.  Keep at it and things will come together.

Rich Tate
(in my 5th season as coach)

On 9/28/2011 5:43 PM, John Britto wrote:
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We are a rookie team just getting started with the 2011 tournament requirements.
In the interest of time, we may have to focus on the robot game and not work on the Project/presentation.  Is this something that is ok to do?
Our team of 7 is barely functioning together and our time may be better spent working on the game!  

Thanks,
John Britto


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