Stealth Panther Robotics has been very busy in the off season! The team has started 7 FLL teams and went to their first FLL qualifier on December 8th. We are proud of all of our teams, and one of the teams, Lego Panthers, is advancing to the Championship! We are excited for the new FRC season, and we are ready to see you in space!
Our Sponsors Include: Knob Noster School District, Edmentum, Northrop Grumman, The Wh iteman Spouses Club, Central Logos, CMCCU, C & C Pro Paint, and DoDSTEM Special Thanks To: Whiteman Air Force Base
The mechanical team is responsible for the fabrication of the robot.
The programming team spends thousands of hours writing code to make the robot come alive.
The design team uses Computer- aided Design (CAD) software to model our robot. The design team works hand-in-hand with the mechanical team to fabricate the robot.
The drive team is in charge of operating the robot. They are responsible for knowing where the robot is, the robot's actions, and how to react on the field.
The scouting team is one of the most important teams at competitions. The Scouting Team is responsible for understanding other teams robots so they can decide what other team would work well with our team.
The Media Team is responsible for the public image of Stealth Panther Robotics. The Media Team manages the social media accounts, takes pictures of the team, and aids in community outreach.
The Business Team helps with fundraising and advertising our team to our community and others.
The Safety Team helps to educate and spread safety awareness to others and as well as our team.
The Spirit Team consist of those who help pump up the team for competition!