Junior Lego League Offered in the Spring to students grades K-3
LEGO League Jr. is designed to introduce students in grades K-3 to STEM concepts through the use of something familiar to most of them: LEGOs. The students will work in teams to build and create projects to solve various challenges throughout the six week season. This year's theme is Mission Moon, so many of our projects will revolve around the moon and space. Individual creativity in contributing to the larger team solution is encouraged as we look to learn and share while being sure to have fun along the way!
The team will gather every Thursday, beginning March 21 through May 2, with the exception of Holy Thursday. Junior Lego League is for students grades K-3. The Junior Lego League team is limited to 20 students.
Registration form for 2018-2019 Jr. Lego League. Registration limited to first 20 students and due no later than March 19.
FIRST Lego League will be offered in the Fall to students grades 4-8
FIRST LEGO League is an international program that seeks to inspire students in grades 4-8 to practice imaginative thinking and teamwork. The program involves a project that requires the team to take on a real world challenge and a related robot game, in which the more missions completed, the more points the team earns. The challenge this year takes teams into space, where the young engineers will explore, challenge, and innovate in the vast expanse of space.
Teams compete at a regional tournament in the Fall with potential to progress to a state tournament. Each team is 4-8 students.