Open House

Open House was a huge success! Thank you to the hundreds of community member, business sponsors, LEGO leagues, TSA and Science Olympiad members, and press who joined us. We have only just more than a week left of build this year. The whole team is excited as we are tweaking our robot, and getting the finished touches wrapped up. We can't wait for competition!


Open House Date Announcement!

Come to the Code Red Robotics Open House on Saturday, February 6 from 12-4 p.m. in the Ithaca High School cafeteria. Ithaca High School's Code Red Robotics is opening their doors to the public with their annual Open House. Team members will be giving tours of their build session, Cornell professors will be giving chemistry demos, see an exhibit on sound made with scrap metal, design games for kids, and more! Admission is free. Check out the Facebook page here:

Student Accounts: Week 6

As build season comes to a close, some of the members of Code Red Robotics took the time to reflect on their experiences from the past week, and their time on Code Red. Although the year is no where near done for us, as we prepare to travel to competitions and put finishing touches on strategies, many already feel nostalgic for its close. Here are some of those reflections:

News: How Ithaca high school team is building engineers of the future

The Ithaca Voice has an article online written by and republished with the permission of Ithaca Week, a weekly magazine produced by the students of the Advanced Multimedia Journalism class at the Roy H. Park School of Communications, Ithaca College.

Code Red Robotics: How Ithaca high school team is building engineers of the future


Thank You, Parents!

As build season draws to a close, the teams wanted to thank all of the Code Red families for their incredible and endless support. Thank you parents who have brought children to and from Code Red, provided students with delicious and healthy meals, and lent a hand with our events. We couldn't do this without you!
The entire team is very grateful to all of you!


Got light? LED lightbulbs for sale!

Cree LED lightbulbs

Did you know that the primary fundraiser for our team is selling energy-efficient LED lightbulbs?

Bulbs are expected to last 22+ years if used an average of three hours per day. They can be used outside as long as they are protected from rain and snow. They give off a soft light. They use a fraction of the energy that incandescents do. They come on right away and can be used under a lamp shade or in an enclosed fixture. They do not contain any heavy metals. They are made here in the U.S. by Cree, Inc.