The Juggernaut Way: Chapter 8     

2003 - 2004


The Juggernauts won "Best Play of the Day" trophies at both the Pontiac Tournament and the Women's Tournament. We were also Champion's of the Woman's Tournament.


Scott Martin comes on board as Lead Engineer for the team with John Charlton, Marcel, Tom Barch and Joe Johnson as Engineer Mentors.
Brother Rice and sister school Marion are unable to run their team this year. Their students were invited to participate with Team #1 during the FIRST Competition Season. 
We continued our presentations on FIRST and the LEGO League to elementary schools and middle schools while distributing more LEGO Mind Storm kits for interested schools.
Partnership with DaimlerChrysler creates opportunities for field trips to the Viper Assembly Plant, the North American Auto Show, the Chrysler Museum, and the Mt. Elliot tool & Die Facility. 

DaimlerChrysler engineers hosted workshops for our students on robotics animation, programming and controls.

Students recycle bottles and printer cartridges to raise funds for FIRST Competition Season.
The Juggernauts competed in Pittsburgh.
We competed at the Detroit Regional and won the Engineering Inspiration Award for outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering and engineers.
The Juggernauts competed at the 2004 Championship Event in Atlanta, Georgia.  Trevor James was awarded a full ride scholarship to Lawrence Technology University.
The Juggernauts were asked to join politicians and businessmen who gathered at the groundbreaking of Southeast Michigan’s 2.5 million dollar Automation Alley Technology Park in Troy, MI.
The robot was retrofitted with a shovel end-of-arm tooling, enabling the robot to break ground alongside of the politicians and businessmen.  An article appeared in the Oakland Press.
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