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Fred Breithut, Founder and President of Melville-based School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, is working to gain recognition for Long Islanders who, even at the age of 60 and over, are still contributing to making the Long Island way of life one of the finest in the nation.

In an effort to bolster Mr. Breithut's efforts to recognize those older...

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The School - Business Partnerships of Long Island (SBPLI), sponsor of the Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition is proud to announce that six Long Island high school students from the 2007-2008 LI-First Robotics competition have been awarded scholarships, valued at $223,000, from accredited institutions in the field of technology.

The six...

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Hofstra University's Arena to watch 46 teams of high school students compete at the SBPLI, Inc. Long Island Regional Robotics competition. The students’ goal was to earn a spot at the FIRST Championship, to be held April 17 through 19 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA.  Teams received honors and recognition that rewarded design excellence, competitive play, sportsmanship and...

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All 17 experienced teams participated in the Deer Park Invitational. Copiague and Sewanhaka participated as pre-rookies.

The Award for the Invitational Winners went to the three team alliance of Team 871 from West Islip, Team 369 from Grady HS in Brooklyn, and Team 270from Deer Park.

The Award for the Invitational Finalists...

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With school districts managing rising costs and tighter budgets, important programs face cuts or elimination. The School Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. is highlighting the importance of middle school and high school robotics programs with its support of theThird Annual Deer Park Invitational. The post season robotics competition is to be held in the gymnasium at...

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Hauppauge High School’s Robotic Team Demonstrates Their Winning Design

Fred Breithut, Founder and Chairman of SBPLI, Inc.-LI First is pictured surrounded by student members of the Hauppauge High School Robotics Team, the Robotics Eagles, and taking a closer look at the team's robot.

Joining the students at the far right are (left to right) Rob Wankmuller, Hauppauge High School Science Department Chairperson; Mark McLeod...

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On March 30th and 31st, thousands of spectators gathered in Hempstead at Hofstra University's Arena to watch 41 teams of high school students compete at the SBPLI, Inc. Long Island Regional Robotics competition. The students' goal was to earn a spot at the FIRST USA Championship, to be held April 12th through 14th at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta GA. Twenty teams received...

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The School-Business Partnerships of Long Island (SBPLI), sponsor of the Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition, announced that students from 40 high schools, including 34 local school districts, have been tasked with the challenge and excitement of designing and building an original robot culminating in the Long Island FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of...

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What do you get when you bring together a group of outstanding educators, administrators, board members, corporate executives, community leaders and volunteers? You get the most influential people for public education in Nassau County, an honor bestowed upon 14 individuals by Nassau BOCES through its inaugural “Education Partner” awards program.

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Baldwin Team Created the SBPLI Theme Music

Baldwin High School was one of more than 30 teams to attend the 2007 Kickoff for this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition. They gathered with participating Long Island high schools on Saturday, January 6th at Stony Brook University for a presentation and simulcast broadcast from New Hampshire. After the presentation, each team received a kit of parts to help them build a 120...

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In an effort to facilitate networking opportunities for its alumni, the School - Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. recently launched a new system on its Web site that allows technology and engineering graduates who have participated in SBPLI’s regional robotics competition to contact sponsor companies.

By submitting contact information at www...

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A spirit of cooperation and teamwork permeated the gymnasium at Deer Park High School on Saturday, October 21, 2006 as robots took center court during the Deer Park Invitational. The invitational is a yearly offseason robotics competition sponsored by the Deer Park UFSD, School Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc (SBPLI) and Long Island FIRST (For Inspiration and...

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On March 24 and 25, over 10,000 spectators gathered at Hofstra Arena, Hofstra University in Hempstead to watch 39 teams of high school students compete at the Long Island Regional competition to earn a spot at the FIRST USA Championship to be held April 27-29 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta GA. Several teams received honors and recognition that rewarded design excellence,...

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The School-Business Partnerships of Long Island (SBPLI), sponsor of the Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition announced that high school students from 38 high schools, including 29 local school districts, have been tasked with the challenge and excitement of designing and building an original robot culminating in the Long Island FIRST (For Inspiration and...

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A spirit of cooperation and teamwork permeated the gymnasium at Deer Park High School on Saturday, September 24, 2005 as robots took center court during the Deer Park Invitational, a preseason robotics competition sponsored by the School Business Partnerships of Long Island. Friendly competition coaxed problem solving skills and stellar sportsmanship from the twelve high...

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On March 18 and 19, over 10,000 spectators gathered at Hofstra Arena, Hofstra University in Hempstead to watch 40 teams of high school students compete at the Long Island Regional competition to earn a spot at the FIRST USA Championship to be held April 21-23 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta GA. Several teams received honors and recognition that rewarded design excellence,...

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The School - Business Partnerships of Long Island (SBPLI), sponsor of the Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition is proud to announce that four Long Island high school students from the 2004 LI-FIRST Robotics competition have been awarded scholarships from accredited institutions in the field of technology.

The four students, Andrew Anderson...

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On March 19 and 20, over 10,000 spectators gathered at Suffolk County Community College's Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood to watch 37 teams of high school students compete at the Long Island Regional competition to earn a spot at the Championship held April 15-17 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA. Several teams received honors and recognition that rewarded design...

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The School-Business Partnerships of Long Island (SBPLI), sponsor of the Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition announced today that high school students from 37 local school districts have been tasked with the challenge and excitement of designing and building an original robot culminating in the Long Island FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and...

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