The STEM and business departments of Edgewood Middle School with
support from the engineering and technology department of Warsaw Area Career
Center is proud to announce the Warsaw Robotics Blended VEX VRC State Qualifier
tournament. The Change Up event will take place on February 6. Doors will open for the event at 7:30 a.m. with registration and inspection taking place from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
The tournament location will be held at the Tiger Recreation and Activity Center (TRAC) located on the WCHS campus.
The event is scheduled to conclude at approximately 3 p.m. with an awards ceremony.
Covid-19 health & safety guidelines will be followed: masking and social distancing. No
spectators will be allowed. A live feed of the tournament will be available at
Schools participating in the event include Crown Point High School, Greenfield Central
High, Jay County High School, Park Tudor, Zionsville Community High School, Marion
County STEM 4-H Club, Illiana Christian High School, Cornerstone Robotics, Williamson
Academy, Northridge High School, Concordia Lutheran High School, Portage High
School, Tippecanoe Valley High School, and Warsaw Community High School.
In the event of bad weather or possible cancellations, please visit the tournament’s
page on robotevents.com for updates on the event's status. To volunteer at the event,
email Abbi Richcreek, event organizer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crown Point is one of the teams that won at the Feb. 2020 Warsaw Vex State Qualifier Event.