The Special Olympics Unified Robotics Guidebook provides the tools to start a team and participate with other schools with the same mission, rules, and involvement. This guidebook will update frequently, so please check back on this website for the most up-to-date version.
Current Version: 3.0 (2017)View Guidebook
The presentations provided here are from past Kickoff events and are a good resource to help you with the upcoming Unified Robotics season.
|Kickoff Welcome||FRC Team 4911 CyberKnights,|
Special Olympics Washington
|Next Steps||FRC Team 948 Newport Robotics Group,|
FRC Team 4911 CyberKnights
|Team Spirit||FRC Team 948 Newport Robotics Group||2017||View|
|Kickoff Welcome||Special Olympics Washington||2016||View|
|Team Spirit||FRC Team 948|
Newport Robotics Group
|Unified Champion Schools||Special Olympics Washington||2016||View|
|Season Guide||FRC Team 4911 |
These informational guides are provided for teams and individuals who plan to organize the Unified Robotics season outside of Washington state. Organizing a season can be a time-consuming and daunting process, so we hope the guides provided will be able to aid you in the logistics of the season.
|Starting a Kickoff Event||Coming soon!|
|Starting a Championship||View|
A common struggle schools face is making sure the student body and faculty are aware of the program. Marketing your Unified Robotics club in your school is a great first step into gaining interest and momentum. Efforts to marketing your team include posting flyers, providing letters, and spreading the word.
|Sample Letter to Parents||View|
|Sample Press Release||Coming Soon!|
Maintaining the Unified Robotics brand is crucial for consistency and recognition as a Special Olympics Unified Sports team. Unified Robotics adheres to the guidelines established by Special Olympics for colors, typography, and design. It is important for Unified Robotics teams to also adhere to these guidelines.
Unified Robotics-specific guidelines coming soon!