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  • Brick Builders | Catapults

    {YEL!} Brick Builders | Catapults Build a catapult, dragster, and balancing beam using LEGO® bricks. Use these LEGO® brick models to explore STEM concepts. The {YEL!} Teach It!…Practice It!…Play It! method engages students to create and innovate. Sign up today! LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program. https://youthenrichmentleague.com/portfolio-item/b...
  • ROBOTICS 2.1 FALL

    Build a spy-bot, satellite or design your own earthquake alarm. Then program the spy-bot to be sneaky, the satellite to orbit, and the alarm to...be alarming. {YEL!}’s Teach It! Practice It! Play It!® classroom method emphasizes 21st Century Learning skills like STEM, teamwork, and problem solving. Sign up today! Visit YELKids.com for more information. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program. https://youthenrichmentleague.com/portfolio-item/r...
  • ROBOTICS JUNIOR 1.1 FALL

    Build an alligator, race car and more. Then program the alligator to chomp, the car to rev, or design your own computer code to make them do...whatever you want. {YEL!}’s Teach It! Practice It! Play It!® classroom method emphasizes 21st Century Learning skills like STEM, teamwork, and problem solving. Sign up today! Visit YELKids.com for more information. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program.
  • VEX IQ ROBOTICS AT LCC

    VEX IQ Robotics (Elementary Division) will begin in October 2022 with a MANDATORY Parent Meeting on Tuesday, October 4, from 7-8 pm at Lincoln Community Center in the Auditorium. Registration is limited and open ONLY to youth currently enrolled in grades 4-6 in Fall 2022. Due to program demand and VEX guidelines, grade requirements will be enforced. We will form teams of 2-3 students who will collaborate on all aspects of building, programming and driving the bot used to compete in virtual and /or in person VEX IQ competitions (with the goal) to qualify for the State VEX IQ championship in Spring of 2023 (date TBA). This is a competitive experience. Season runs from September - March (end date TBA and determined by qualifying success at region and / or state championships). Transportation to out of town contests (including state) is provided by parents of team members. Information re: tournaments, qualifying results and formats for competition have yet to be announced. Information will be shared with teams as it becomes available. The VEX IQ program is an early experience for elementary youth, interested in competing in VRC (VEX Robotics Challenge) in middle school or high school. VEX IQ does have a qualifer experience for the World Championship (Spring 2023). Youth / teams that qualify and want to participate in the World Championship (Dallas, TX) will do so on their own via family and team fundraisers, lead by the team parents. Community Education will pay team registration fees for invitationals and and the state championship, as well as finance all necessary equipment for a season of competitive play. More information shared at the parent meeting in October. For more information on VEX IQ, contact Melanie M. Schmidt at mschmi3@isd77.org Our department is seeking VOLUNTEER coaches to assist with weekly practice sessions. Volunteers are a large part of our program success. To learn more, contact Melanie Schmidt at 507-207-3044 or mschmi3@isd77.org
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