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  • FIRST Lego League (FLL): 2024/2025 Season

    HERMANTOWN FIRST LEGO LEAGUE (FLL): 2024/2025 SEASON: Friendly competition is at the heart of Challenge, as teams of students ages 9-14 engage in research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering – building and programming a LEGO® Education SPIKE Prime robot that navigates the missions of a robot game. As part of the Challenge, teams also design an innovative solution to a real-world problem relevant to the theme. To learn more about the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Challenge, visit their website. The Coaches and team members determine team meeting schedules and level of participation. TEAM LOGISTICS 6 or more students per team (no more than 6 is recommended) 2 parent volunteer coaches per team (coaches must attend practices and competitions) The team attend weekly meetings Attend scrimmages and competitions on weekends based on the team's interest 2024-2025 FIRST LEGO Season Reveal July/August: Kits are ordered and coaches send information to their team members about practice schedules. August 31st: FIRST FLL Challenge is released and the season officially starts! The cost to participate is $175 per student. This will cover costs for tournament registration and team shirts Who: Students ages 9-14 (4th-9th grade) Hermantown Lego League provides guidance, administrative support, and the resources to run an FLL team. Please consider coaching a team. I can only run teams if I have volunteer coaches. Coaching a FIRST LEGO League team is a rewarding experience! As an FLL coach, you can empower students with a sense of accomplishment that comes from knowing they have complete ownership of the solution they create. Team members are responsible for all research, documentation, programming, and building. The coach acts as a facilitator to guide the children and help build a robot, research, and core values. Knowledge about robotics or programming is not required to be a coach. Who: Students ages 9-14 (4th-9th grade) July 31st is the registration deadline for the 2024 season. All fees are due with registration. Please sign up for a team through Hermantown/Proctor Community Ed. Please email me when you sign up. jwojciuk@isd700.org This ensures I get your information and can start creating teams. Volunteer coaches are needed, I plan to run a coaches mentoring/workshop for coaches and kids this summer. Challenge Season: August -November Weekly team meetings, coaches decide how often to meet during the week and weekends. Teams may also participate in field trips for the research project or invite guest speakers. December: Regional tournament is on a Saturday and is held at Hermantown. Teams that perform well advance to sectional, state, and world competitions. We have had Hermantown teams perform at the state level for the past 4 years. If you have questions contact me. John Wojciuk 218-428-2973
  • Rawket Science Club: Pike Lake

    The Rawket Science Club is the place for students who are interested in science to learn about a variety of science topic ranging from chemistry to physics to the environment. We discuss how to use this conceptual basis for applications in the real world. Each session will focus on a different topic. This club aims to be fun, engaging, and hands-on for all!
  • Rawket Science Club: Hermantown

    Rawket Science Club is the place for students who want to further explore science and learn about a variety of science topics, ranging from chemistry to physics to the new environment. We will discuss how to use this conceptual basis for applications in the real world. Each session will focus on a different topic. This club will be fun, engaging, and hands-on for all.
  • Rawket Science Club: Bay View

    The Science Club is the place for students who are interested in science to learn about a variety of science topic ranging from chemistry to physics to the environment. We discuss how to use this conceptual basis for applications in the real world. Each session will focus on a different topic. This club aims to be fun, engaging, and hands-on for all!