History

2017: Aqua Adventure

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Overview of the Season

You and your community use water for many things every day. Where does your water come from? How does it get to you? Is the water cleaned or treated before you can use it? Why is it important to use water wisely? Pick one way that you use water at home or in your community. Learn as much as you can about the water’s journey. Then design a solution to improve a part of this journey. Design, build, program, test, and improve a Team Model to show your chosen water use, the water’s journey, and your idea for how to improve a part of the journey. Include the AQUA ADVENTURE Inspire Model (a LEGO® water pump) in your design.

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2010: Body Forward

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Overview of the Season

Body Forward was a theme that had students learn about Biomedical. In this season, our team was a Rookie team with the first experience of Jr. FLL in our area. Our team consisted of 6 students and we worked out of a parents house. The team researched how doctors check people through CAT Scans and X-Rays, visited a local hospital (rode on a fire truck to it), and built a model of their research.

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2016: Creature Craze

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Overview of the Season

In Creature Craze, students researched different animals to learn more about them and how they interact with the environment. We had 13 students that broke into 2 teams. This was the first year we officially got a 2nd team number and displayed our findings in an FLL Jr. Expo.

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2013: Disaster Blaster

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Overview of the Season

In Disaster Blaster, teams learned about natural disasters and what causes them. In this season, our team of 7 students researched volcano's and built a model to represent their findings.

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2018: Mission Moon

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Overview of the Season

The FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. season will transport you to a place where you make the rules, learn to thrive and explore all that is around you. Discovery awaits when you join this MISSION MOON. What do you need to know about the Moon to live there? What will you eat and drink? How will you get energy? How will you breathe? What will you do for fun? What other problems will you have to solve? Design and build a Moon Base. Use the LEGO® rocket ship and other elements from the Inspire Set to help you. Show your ideas for how to solve one or more of the problems you explored. This was also our first year to have FOUR Jr. FLL Teams!

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2011: Snack Attack

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Overview of the Season

In Snack Attack, students learned about food and food safety. In this season, the team grew to 13 students and broke into 2 groups to discover the Snack Attack.

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2012: Super Seniors

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Overview of the Season

In Super Seniors teams learned about what it is like to become a Senior and what challenges come with it. The students had several Senior guests come and talk to them to help them learn. This season, the team had 10 students participating.

Our Awards

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2014: Think Tank

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Overview of the Season

In Think Tank student researched about different learning methods and how to use them.

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2015: Waste Wise

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Overview of the Season

In Waste Wise, students learned about different methods of recycling and controlling waste. We had 12 students, broke into 2 teams this season.

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