Signing away to college with the help of robots


Photo By the Pascack Pi-oneers Left to right: Kayla Vincent (PH), Christa Stankus (PV), Valerie Ruberto (PH), Carlie Rein (PV), Cameron Piccirillo (PH), David Moreshiavelli (PV), Steven Mormile (PH), Nicole Mofrad (PH), Petar Mishevski (PV), Cindy Lin (PH), Anthony Izzo (PH), Andrew Favorito (PV), Andrea Bigos (PH), Jonathan Bielan (PV), Andrew Antonacci (PH), Riya Korah (PH), Aslana Soobzokov (PH), Kevin Gray (PH)

Sofia Papadopoulos, Editor-in-Chief

On Wed. May 17 Pascack Valley Regional District’s robotics team, FRC Team 1676, participated in the FRC National Letter of Intent Signing Day. At this event, 12 Hills students shared the moment of commitment to colleges of choice to their club community.



At the event, students introduced their future plans to peers and parents while proudly wearing attire of their future schools. They introduced themselves, their school, intended major, and any scholarships won.


For these seniors, the moment was very important and emotional. All have spent hundreds of hours throughout their two to four years in the club. This time has been spent between volunteer work, outreach programs, robotic design, and so many more divisions.
Senior Kayla Vincent said, “FIRST Signing Day gives the Pi-oneers a great opportunity to recognize the hard work and dedication of all of the graduating seniors as well as their accomplishments on the team. It demonstrates that all of our team members truly can go pro!”