Welcome to the site of FRC Team 3189, The Circuit Breakers. We are a small team consisting of students from six different high schools around the El Dorado Union High School District.

Sign-up Information

Team applications are to be filled out by both the student and parent(s). The requirements are simple:

 1. Grade 9-12 student. Parents welcome to volenteer/mentor as well!
 2. Student of a EDUHSD High School (Union Mine/Oak Ridge/Ponderosa/El Dorado/Virtual Academy/...).
 3. Regular participation in the meetings and team.

The sign-up form is available online.

Additional in-person meeting forms

For in-lab visits, additional forms are required due to COVID-19 circumstances. Copies are available in the lab, to be filled out on-site with student/parent before admittance into the lab. Alternatively, the forms can be printed out and brought in upon first visit to the lab at Virtual Academy. They are:

 1. Release of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement for Extracurricular Sport, Club or Activity Participation
 2. Agreement for El Dorado Union High School District COVID-19 Protocols
 3. COVID-19 Summer/Fall Guidelines for Athletics, Extracurricular, and Co-Curricular Programs Acknowledgement

Virtual Open House

We held a Virtual Open House on October 16th, 2020, the slides for the presentation can be seen here.

On October 30th, 2020 at 7:00 PM we will have an additional Virtual open hosue where you can learn:

 1. Who are the Circuit Breakers, FIRST and FRC
 2. What roles/skills can be learned on the team
 3. Whom can join the team
 4. Information for joining the robotics team  5. Follow-up on any questions from the first Virtual Open House

The second meeting will occur on Zoom and can be joined by clicking here

Team Mission

“In this club, we will not only construct a functional robot, but more importantly, craft unbreakable friendships and communication skills. Communication, friendship, and respect are the three essential elements to a successful team. In order to advance our mechanical and social skills, we will work politely and therefore maintain a positive and understanding attitude. By encouraging a free-thinking and creative environment, we will essentially learn more about the mechanics of robotics and create a functional robot to compete in the FIRST competition. Since this team meshes together various high schools within the El Dorado Union High School District, we are able to defeat the stereotypes associated with different schools and freely express ourselves among our fellow teammates. Thus, friendship, cooperation, and respect are the nuts and bolts that fasten together our robotics team.”

Thank You To Our 2018-2019 Season Sponsors!

DIAMOND ($5,000 & Up)

Women's Fund El Dorado
Latrobe Fund

GOLD ($1,000 - $4,999)

Micron Foundation Sierra Pacific Industries Foundation Custom Embroidery Concepts
Intel Intel
El Dorado Community Foundation
Aerojet Rocketdyne
Patricia Ferrell Kinetic Machining Services Brin-Wojcicki Foundation
Rutten Family Trust Harry and Catherine Diamond The Blum Family
Amos Barb
Hiram Lodge #25 F&AM

SILVER ($500 - $999)

WRECO Placerville Kiwanis Airpoint Precision Inc.
Foothill Taekwondo William Mansfield Sierra Central Credit Union

BRONZE (Up to $499)

Mattias Bergman Escape Technology David Schneider
Jim and Marie Moore Matt Diggs Ernest Hartley
Lori Warden Placerville #26 F&AM