On Tuesday, May 22nd we celebrated an amazing year of robotics at our Tuesday Teams Awards Ceremony. Here are some highlights:
Teams 970 and 11973 are scheduled to participate in the FIRST LEGO LEAGUE Jr. Southern California EXPO on Sunday, February 11, 2018.
This is an all-day event that takes place at LEGOLAND in Carlsbad, CA. It will run from 10:00am until 5:00pm.
There are morning and afternoon judging times. The exact times for judging, viewing and awards ceremony will become available one week prior to the event.
All team members are expected to attend this event and wear their Wise School Robowildcat Tee Shirts (arriving soon!)
Registration for team members has already been paid. If you have friends and family members that would like to attend the FLL Jr Expo at LEGOLAND on Sunday, February 11, 2018, tickets are $37.00 and available to order at this link by December 1st: https://wise.shulcloud.com/form/legolandaquaadventureexpos
Ticket fees are not refundable from the school, however LEGOLAND does issue refunds at the Group Sales gate. You can also purchase additional tickets at the Group Sales gate on the day of the EXPO.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Judy Hoffman - firstname.lastname@example.org
We are submitting our ticket order on December 1st, so please try to purchase your tickets before that date. Legoland usually sends us the tickets the week before the event. As soon as we get the tickets, we will let you know so you can pick them up.
Please save the date of Sunday, February 11th for the FIRST LEGO League, Jr. EXPO at Legoland in Carlsbad, CA. The competition will start at 10am. Each team will participate in a judging session, a viewing session to see other team projects and of course, the awards ceremony. Details soon.
Our most veteran team member, fourth grader Roan returns to RoboWildcats for his fourth season of FIRST Lego League, Jr. When asked what makes him a good team member he answered that understanding the challenge and conducting research have been his major contributions to the team. Joining him on our Tuesday Robotics Class were 3rd graders Sharlene, Jonah and Adin who shared that understanding the Core Value of Gracious Professionalism (Sharlene), being a good builder and engineer (Jonah) and being a expert coder (Adin) all contribute to a great team. Newcomers Eitan, Matthew and Aiden brought their enthusiasm to the group!
At today's meeting we discussed the FLL Jr Core Values and did a mini-build to represent what makes each member great.
Please plan to attend a parent meeting on
Wednesday, September 27th from 8:00 am - 9:00am
in the Tyberg Arts and Innovation Lab.
Important information about the upcoming Aqua Adventure Challenge will be disccusses