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Welcome to Dr. Crowley's teacher website.

Dr. Crowley would like to congratulate all of the teams on a fantastic Technology Olympics, 2019!

Special thanks to all the teachers and students who came out to support our amazing NHS Engineering students!

Special recognition goes to the team of Chris Bellande, James Gamel, and Stephan Petithomme--their rover set a new All-Time School Record, using a mere 18 milliwatts of power in completing the 1-mile course!

See all the results below:

2019 Period 2 Technology Olympics Final Results, 6-10-2019

Team Members

Final Standing in This Event

Division

Round

Ryan Steele, James O’Toole, Carl Bechara, Greg Gassoway

1st

Honors

Championship Round

Mason Gold, Will Fehm, Jake Ryan

1st

Honors

Consolation Round

Venkata Dasuri, Zach Agonis, Anthony Gordon, Jordy Joya

2nd

Honors

Consolation Round

Sadiel Pardo Sanchez, Tomas Plasencia, Declan Monaghan

1st

College

Championship Round

Quinlan O’Toole, JT Tinlin, Rudy Lamy, Kevin Linehan

2nd

College

Championship Round

2019 Period 3 Technology Olympics Final Results, 6-12-2019

Team Members

Final Standing in This Event

Division

Round

Chris Perriello, Bryan Yuen, Preston Coyle, Jahmaree Lewis

1st

Honors

Championship Round

Ryan Hsu, John Michienzi, Carl Schletzbaum, Austin Reardon

2nd

Honors

Championship  Round

Francesco Lopez, Zach Almeida

1st

Honors

Consolation Round

Jade Perry, Anthony Venuto, Jason Rogers, Miguel Acevedo

2nd

Honors

Consolation Round

Chris Bellande, James Gamel, Stephan Petithomme

1st

College

Championship Round

** Set New  All-Time School Record using a mere 18 milliwatts of power to complete the 1-mile course

UPDATED ON SUNDAY 5/19/2019 AT 7:57 pm ET.

For tomorrow morning, the forecast is calling for an early shower around 7 AM, then clearing, so we are a "go"  for the Period 3 2019 Technology Olympics at Norwood High School from 9:50 am to 10:50 am. We hope to see you there!

Dr. Crowley

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Updated on 5/14/2019 at Noon.

Harvey Leonard is calling for overcast skies on Wednesday 5/15/19, with some breaks of sun, so we are a "go" for the Period 2 Technology Olympics for tomorrow, beginning at 1:22pm right at the front door of Norwood High School (Door #1). We hope to see you there!  

Dr. Crowley

I would like to invite you to the Period 2, 2019 Technology Olympics to be held at Norwood High School on Wednesday May 15th, 2019, from 1:22 pm to 2:23 pm (weather permitting).

 

The Period 3, 2019 Technology Olympics will be held at Norwood High School on Monday May 20th, 2019, from 9:50 am to 10:50 am (weather permitting).

 

As part of the annual Technology Olympics at Norwood High School, Engineering students are required to build a vehicle with multiple independent guidance systems, capable of navigating through a one-mile outdoor course, while maintaining continuous forward progress. The vehicle that completes this course, while using the least amount of power, will win this event. Rover vehicles designed by Honors-Level Engineering students must also include an “on-the-fly” transmission capable of switching between gear ratios used to produce both Torque and Speed.

 

I realize that it may not be possible to get here due to work schedules, but I do want to make sure you are aware of the date and time of this event, in case you can attend.  

 

Please note that I will update this website with weather updates, in case the weather is questionable that morning. I suggest checking this website at 7am on the day of the event, then again as we get closer to the start of the event.

 

The 2018-2019 school year was a very exciting year for the Engineering and Robotics Program at Norwood High School. This year included a fantastic, interdisciplinary capstone project, in addition to exciting community events.  Thank you once again, for your support.

 

If you can attend, please meet us out on the rotary by Victoria Circle (located next to Norwood High School).

 

Thank you.

Dr. Crowley

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Dr. Crowley is pleased to announce the winners of the Period 4 and Period 5 Technology Olympics 2018 at Norwood High School! Congrats to all the winners! See below.

Period 4 Technology Olympics Final Standings, 6-11-2018

Honors Division—Finishing in First Place, producing 2.204 watts in completing the 1-mile course:

Will, Sam, Paul, Dhruvi

 

College Division—Finishing in First Place, producing .465 watts in completing the 1-mile course:

Dave, MJ, Brian

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Period 5 Technology Olympics Final Standings

Honors Division—Finishing in First Place, producing 1.402 watts in completing the 1-mile course:

Liam, Sean, Tej, Matt

 

College Division—Finishing in First Place, producing 1.35 watts in completing the 1-mile course:

Anthony, Mike Isaiah

 

2018 TECHNOLOGY OLYMPICS UPDATE on Sunday May 20th, 2018 at 8:42pm.

It looks like clear skies for tomorrow's NHS Technology Olympics so we are a "Go" for that event starting at the time listed in the invitation you received from Dr. Crowley, and the times are also listed below. Our NHS Engineering students have worked hard designing and building their pathfinder rover-style rover vehicles and we hope to see you out on the course! The Period 4 event will run from 12:20 pm to 1:22 pm and the Period 5 event will run from 1:22 pm to 2:23 pm.  

Dr. Crowley

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May 7th, 2018

 

Dr. Crowley would like to invite you to the Period 4 and Period 5 Technology Olympics events for 2018, to be held at Norwood High School on Monday May 21st, 2018, from 12:20 pm to 2:23 pm (weather permitting). The Period 4 event will run from 12:20 pm to 1:22 pm and the Period 5 event will run from 1:22 pm to 2:23 pm.  

 

As part of the annual Technology Olympics at Norwood High School, Engineering students are required to build a vehicle with multiple independent guidance systems, capable of navigating through a one-mile outdoor course, while maintaining continuous forward progress. The vehicle that completes this course, while using the least amount of power, will win this event. Rover vehicles designed by Honors-Level Engineering students must also include an “on-the-fly” transmission capable of switching between gear ratios used to produce both Torque and Speed.

 

We realize that it may not be possible to get here due to work schedules, but we do want to make sure you are aware of the date and time of this event, in case you can attend.  

 

The 2017-2018 school year was a very exciting year for the Engineering and Robotics Program at Norwood High School. This year included a fantastic, interdisciplinary capstone project, in addition to several exciting community events.  Thank you once again, for your support.

 

If you can attend, please meet us out on the rotary by Victoria Circle (located next to Norwood High School), and we hope to see you there!