Engineering Notebook

Take a look at what we've done. We provide free and open models and code ranging from a virtual robot simulator to 3D models to make building easier.

Outreach

We pride ourselves in advancing STEAM in our community. Take a look at our projects ranging from Junior Jellies to engineering fairs.

About Us

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Official meets on Fridays in the Middle School makerspace/engineering room. Unofficial meets daily.

The BBHS Robotics Team, the Jellyfish, is proud to present Junior Jellies, a 6 week long after-school program for BMPRSS 4th and 5th graders and middle school students. The team runs three different programs – Junior Jellies Engineering, Junior Jellies Robotics, and Junior Jellies Java. In Junior Jellies Engineering, 4th and 5th grade students work with materials provided to complete a challenge proposed by the instructors in order to help the students develop engineering, problem solving, and creativity skills from a younger age. Junior Jellies Robotics is also for 4th and 5th graders, and is modeled after the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), our own robotics league, in order to develop students’ abilities in teamwork, programming, engineering, and critical thinking skills. The Jellyfish also teach Junior Jellies Java, where the instructors teach middle school students to code in java.

Recent Posts

CreatiCon

March 22nd, 2019 CreatiCon is a district wide event at Blind Brook High/Middle School showcasing the creativity and ingenuity of students in middle school. Students show off personal  projects, as well as a play by Read more…

Junior Jellies

The BBHS Robotics Team, the Jellyfish, is proud to present Junior Jellies, a 7-week LEGO® Robotics Competition after-school program for BMP RSS 4th and 5th graders. Junior Jellies is modeled after the FIRST Tech Challenge Read more…

Mecanum Wheels

Because of their unique shape, mecanum wheels allow for omnidirectional movement (forwards, backwards, sideways, diagonally, rotating, etc.). These wheels work by applying a force at a 45 degree angle to the rotation of the wheel. Read more…