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Sunday, Oct 15 at 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday, Oct 21 at 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday, Oct 26 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday, Nov 11 at 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

FYI....Coming Soon,,,, Christmas Wreath fundraiser and Thanksgiving Pie fundraiser forms will be available in the next 2 weeks....

FLL- First Lego League  -  Ad Book Form - Turn in by October 31, 2017 

Food Train dates are available for Jan & Feb 

New Parents  - During the build season students are at the school from 2:30 pm  - 9:00 pm or later.  We do not want our students leaving the school for food.  Food Train is a online service we use to provide healthy meals for the students.  Meals are provided between 5:30 - 6 pm.  You choose the day and the type of meal you are providing.  Meal train is convenient because it will remind you of your upcoming date  and if a build night is canceled Meal Train will email that the meal is not needed.  This happens on snow events or schools closed early. 

The 2018  FIRST Robotic game teaser is here....

10th, 11th, & 12th Graders -FIRST Scholarship Opportunities  

In dedication and memory to Jason

In dedication and memory to Jason, our family ask in lieu of flowers, donations in Jason's name made to the Steinert Robotics FRC TEAM 2180.  Back when Jason was a freshman in 2004, he joined the electronics class taught by Mr. Kohler.  During that time, Jason decided and help build the robotics club which formed in 2007.  During his time until graduating, with the help of his fellow classmates, competed against other clubs in the county, state, and around the United States including FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP in Atlanta, Georgia with winning the "Highest Rookie Seed" award.  His passion and leadership was the anchor of the team and found his niche with technology when the club was born.  Over the course of his life, he developed his leadership and core skill sets to help him be successful managing Ice Land Skating Center and Amazon at Robbinsville, NJ and Fall River, MA.  On behalf of Jason, we felt that instead of receiving flowers, we would like donations made to the robotics club where Jason started his career.  We are glad this program was create and drive other students to open their minds to the possibility of exciting opportunities.  We would like to thank Mr. Kohler and the rest of the teachers of Steinert High School for their dedication to their students and programs.