Jan. 30. Cornelius Elementary’s Robotics workforce introduced residence a trophy from the NC FIRST Lego League (FLL) Problem State Championship. The workforce positioned fourth in Core Values, and ranked tenth in Robotic Run out of 90 qualifying groups. Groups are scored on the competitors primarily based on their robotic run efficiency, their analysis mission and their presentation and awards are introduced to the highest 4 groups in 5 classes: Champion’s, Core Values, Innovation Mission, Robotic Design and Robotic Efficiency.
Cornelius was awarded the Decide’s Award in a NC FIRST Lego League (FLL) Problem qualifying event held at Olympic Excessive Faculty in Charlotte final November, and scored excessive sufficient to advance to the State Championship, which was held at North Carolina A&T College in Greensboro.
FLL provides project-based, hands-on STEM packages to introduce college students to engineering and coding by an annual robotics problem centered round a yearly theme. This yr’s theme is Power. The scholars designed, constructed and coded a Lego robotic to finish particular duties on the event. Additionally they created a analysis mission and presentation on sustainable power. The CES workforce’s mission targeted on photo voltaic sidewalks.
The Cornelius Elementary Faculty’s workforce is comprised of 4th and fifth grade college students, and overseen by CES academics Brian Rosebrook and Anna Warren.