About Us

Coach: Sarah Szczepanski


RPM Executive Board:

President: Mark Crusoe

Vice President: Cyndi Miles

Secretary: Sarah Burghardt

Financial Secretary: Brent Manuel

Treasurer: Duane Murphy

Student Leadership

Engineering Director: Maya Swift

Secretary: Miles Petty

Business Manager: Tyler Westfahl

Outreach Manager: Charlotte Rains

Media Manager: Quinn Brown


Engineering Committee Managers

Design: Elijah Ruiz

Electrical: Andrew Leverett & Jessica Maglalang

Mechanical: Mitchell Provencher

Robot Programming: Corina Robinson & Kenyon Scheper

App Programming: Aliza Ramos & Chichi Iheanacho

The Team (46)

Seniors (13)

Alex Burghardt

Aidan Guerra

Hunter Hassler

Chichi Iheanacho

Andrew Leverett

Miles Petty

Mitchell Provencher

Aliza Ramos

Vincent Romero

Adam Root

Kenyon Scheper

Maya Swift

Tyler Westfahl

Juniors (8)

Fatima Angulo Barba*

John Figueroa

Sydney Johnson

Jessica Maglalang

Corina Robinson

Elijah Ruiz

Quy Tran

Liam Yung

Sophomores (15)

Levi Abbate*

Quinn Brown

Sam Dent*

CJ Hongo

Charlotte Rains

Grey Ramirez-Gartner

Josiah Rauch

Nathan Romero

Maddox Rondez

Aaron Ronquillo*

Elijah Saddi*

Jacob Toms

Mathew Toms

Samuel Walker*

Zach Wolf

Freshman (10)

William Albers*

Elijah Capalla*

Chris Ekstrom*

Carl Ewert*

Jesse Melendres*

Ifeanyi Onwuazombe*

Kaitlyn Pereira*

Angelo Ramos*

Randell Saddi*

Khoa Tran*


               At our school, we have 4 classes related to robotics: Engineering Technology (ET), Automation Engineering (AE), AP Computer Science (CS), and AP Computer Science Principles (CSP). Incoming freshman can take the Intro to Engineering Technology class or Engineering Technology 1. It is not required to take the class to be on the team, they just have to meet the hours requirement for the first semester. The next year, as sophomores, they can take the Engineering Technology 2 class. Students who have taken ET 1 & 2 can take either AE, CSP, CS, or ET 3 their junior and senior years.

               RPM stands for Robotics, Parents, and Mentors. They meet every second Monday of the month to maintain management of our team. Throughout the year, parents help the team with fundraising: car washes, recycling, raffle ticket sales, and Bingo. During build season, parents help with carpooling and catering and are reimbursed through RPM funds. Parents also help decide which regionals we should compete in and plan the hotels, flight tickets, etc. ahead of time.

     In addition to our efforts within our team, we are extremely dedicated to our presence in our community. We love to spread our enthusiasm as much as we can, bettering those around us as they better us in turn. We achieve this through many varied projects and relationships, all for the furthering of STEM, such as:

  - Mentoring VEX teams at Golden West Middle School and our school

 - Mentoring VEX IQ at Foxboro, Center, Travis, Cambridge, and Scandia Elementary Schools

 - Helping out with local programs, such as Coastal Clean Up or Relay for Life 

- Hosting VEX competitions at Vanden High School and Golden West Middle School 

- Hosting VEX IQ Scrimmages & Competitions 

- Demonstrating our robots, at school rallies, homecoming week, football games, and other district school-wide events

- Reaching out to our sponsors, such as demonstrating our robots at Genentech's Bring Your Kid to work day