2016-2017 Season is now open!
Pre-Season Info Meetings
Our season info meetings will introduce you to the
world of robotics for 1st-12th graders.
If you are new to Fox Valley Robotics
or your family is entering a new division,
click here for when these meetings will be held.
New Registration & Renewal Information
Step1: Use the “Divisions” drop down tab above to learn more about the appropriate level of robotics for your children. Once finished, come back to this section to continue.
Step2: Overall directions for the signup or renewal process will open in a new tab or window so that you can refer back to it as you register. Following these directions will ensure a proper registration. New Member Sign Up and Renewal Instructions
Read carefully the section on how to do payment after you have done the registration part.
Step3: Click here to begin registration or renewal. Member Signup and Renewal / Information
Use the Contact Us tab for any questions.
Fox Valley Robotics / Batavia Robotics Organization
Fox Valley Robotics/Batavia Robotics is a non-profit organization aimed at teaching students in 1st-12th grade STEM concepts through robotics. FVR teams participate in competitions run through FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and IFI VEX Robotics.
FVR consists of three divisions:
LegoWolves for students in 1st-3rd grade and participate in FIRST's FLL Jr. program.
LegoDogs for students in 4th-8th grade and participate in FIRST's FLL competition.
Coyotes for students in 8th-12th grade and can participate in FIRST's FTC competition or IFI's VEX Robotics Competition.
Fox Valley Robotics was started in 2002 at Rotolo Middle School in Batavia, Illinois as a team of six 6th and 7th grade students. By 2006, FVR had expanded into three 6th-8th grade teams- LegoDogs Division- and two 8th-12th grade teams- the Coyotes Division. For the 2011 competition season, the LegoDogs Division expanded down to 4th grade. In 2012, FVR introduced the 1st-3rd grade program, LegoWolves.
FVR/BR is a volunteer driven organization. Parents and/or mentors coach individual teams with support from the division coordinators and other parent coaches. Summer programs are coordinated by, and staffed by, volunteers from the FVR/BR organization and divisions.
To provide a fun learning environment which encompasses science and engineering for kids 1st-12th grade. Robotics is the “sport for the mind.”
We respect each other and all others.
We support each other and all others.
We are a team.
We do the work to find solutions with guidance from our coaches and mentors.
We honor the spirit of friendly competition.
What we discover is more important that what we win.
We share our experiences with others.
We display Gracious Professionalism™ in everything we do.
We have FUN.