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December 1, 2012: TechBrick and SURVICE Engineering Host One of the First FLL Qualifiers of 2012 in Maryland.

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Qualifier Intro Page Qualifiers Set 1  Qualifiers Set 2  Qualifiers Set 3

We had a great day.  Below are some highlight photos. You can see all the photos in the three albums.

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On Saturday, December 1, 2012, seven of more than 260 Maryland FIRST LEGO League teams competed in the first of 12 Maryland state qualifiers. The event was  held at SURVICE Engineering’s Brass Mill facility in Belcamp and was sponsored by SURVICE Engineering and TechBrick Robotics.

Teams of 6-10 young engineers, ages 8-14, joined us from the following schools and organizations:
 

Boys & Girls Club of Harford County

Boys & Girls Club of Harford County

Hall's Cross Roads Elementary

MD School of the Blind

Team #9616
The Silver Surfer Knights
Cierra, Davion, Malik, Elidjah, Daniel, De'Janay, Aylssa , Mark, Luis , Kiki

Team #9617
The Slightly Mad Scientists
Eric, Chris, Keone, Rodney, Zach, Darius, Jocelyn, Alyson

Team #4315
WizBots

Britney, Xander, Bryant, Jade, Susie, Anakin, David, Courtney, Brian, Mattheus

Team #2334
Dot5 U Dogs
Charles “C.J.”, Devonte, Benjamin, Jermaya, Terrell, Laurel, Ramya, Maya
 

St. Joan of Arc

Saint Margaret

Saint Margaret

Team #12238
PokeMasters
Taylor, Erin, Honey, Kari, Joe, Emily, Melissa

Team #13994
Wild Robots
Delaney, Olivia, Julia, Ian, Forbes, Ethan, Pete, Michael, Josiah

Team # 13995
Blue Lightning
Anthony, Ben, Julius, Zach, Owen , Robert, Robby, Robbie, Max, Nick

FINAL AWARDS

TEAM # TEAM NAME AWARDS GIVEN PROCESSION
4315 Hall's Cross Roads Elementary WizBots Champion States
2344 Maryland School of the Blind Core Values Teamwork States
9617 Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County - Edgewood 1 Robot Design Programming Wildcard Pool
12238 St. Joan of Arc School Golden Knights Project Presentation  
9616 Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County - Aberdeen 1 Robot Design
Robot Performance
 
13994 Saint Margaret School Team #1 Core Values Inspiration  
13995 Saint Margaret School Team #2 Project Research  

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is one of the four programs offered by US FIRST. These programs span ages 5-18 and involve more than 300,000 children in 51 countries. The state organization, Maryland FIRST has more than 550 teams in the four programs and 250+ FLL teams. Given the stunning growth of the program over the past 6 years, they must hold qualifiers in which teams compete for one of the 72 slots at the state competition in January at UMBC.

FIRST LEGO League challenges young engineers on every level and compels them to develop real-world working skills and solutions. Each year FLL uses a theme for the challenge. This year the theme is “Senior Solutions.”

To succeed students must do the following:

  • Interview a senior and develop a program or solution to assist with that senior’s needs.
  • Create a full project and presentation
  • Program a robot to do numerous missions that are based around the challenges that seniors face (lifting, reaching, carrying, etc.)
  • Do creative exercises to demonstrate the teamwork skills they have developed during the season.

Special thank you to our primary sponsors and hosts:

  • SURVICE Engineering
  • Army Research Labs
  • NDEP
  • TiePoint Engineering
  • PTC Systems
  • JC Penney
  • Stratasys
  • Boys & Girls Club of Harford County

And our incredible volunteers:  Ashley, Bill, Dana, Donna, Aiden, Jonathan, Philip, Stan, Jonathan, Marco, Don, Chris, Daniel, Maria, Paula, Alli, Barbara, Emory, Aaron, Ron, Ann, Dave, Jordan, Kaitlyn, Nicholas, KC, Nick, Steve , Dawn, John, Rich
 

  

  

  

  

  

   

  

  

   

   

   

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