This is sample text from a FIRST site. Tesla's Titans, FIRST Robotics Team 8888 is a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition (FRC) team based in Plainview, NY. Adults serve as mentors to guide the student members in team management, engineering, computer programming, and essential leadership skil... learn more
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Many of our employees volunteer as mentors of Tesla's Titans, FIRST Robotics team 8888. Others volunteer as science experts at Sample Elementary School.
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ClassWish invites leaders of FIRST Robotics teams and also invites teachers, student teachers, substitute teachers, part-time after school teachers, staff developers, librarians, guidance counselors, school nurses, coaches, principals, administrators, other school employees directly serving students in an educational capacity, and officers acting on behalf of school Parent Teacher Association units recognized by the National Parent Teacher Association and on behalf of other parent teacher organizations (collectively, “Educators”) in K-12, public, magnet and charter schools, and private and parochial that are exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and that are in the 50 states or the District of Columbia (collectively, “Allowed Schools”) to create wish lists (“Wish Lists”) indicating the supplies and equipment they need for their students to excel and to submit requests (“Requests”) for ClassWish to provide particular items funded by contributions to such Wish Lists.
Funded Requests cannot be transferred to another Educator.
In order to register on ClassWish.org and create Wish Lists and Requests, you must attest to the following: