Twenty nine robotics teams representing 23 Northside ISD schools have qualified for the Alamo West Division First LEGO League (FLL) Regional Championship to be held at McCollum HS on March 3.
The teams moved on the regional level after success at several regional qualifiers held around San Antonio.
The teams and schools are:
|Beard Hydro Dragons||Beard ES|
|Boldt 1||Boldt ES|
|The Green Gators||Cody ES|
|Franklin Colts||Franklin ES|
|Glenn 2||Glenn ES|
|Mary Hull||Mary Hull ES|
|LionBots||Leon Valley ES|
|InspireBots||Leon Valley ES|
|Oak Hills Terrace 1||Oak Hills Terrace ES|
|H20 Panthers||Passmore ES|
|Rattler Builders||Raba ES|
|Valley Hi||Valley Hi ES|
|Westwood Terrace||Westwood Terrace ES|
|Folks Team 1||Folks MS|
|Folks Team 3||Folks MS|
|Garcia Team 3||Hector Garcia MS|
|Garcia Team 4||Hector Garcia MS|
|Iron Manatees||Rawlinson MS|
|Ross Team 1||Ross MS|
|Ross Team 2||Ross MS|
|Ross Team 3||Ross MS|
|Stevenson Team 1||Stevenson MS|
|Filter Fanatics||Vale MS|
Robotics clubs at the elementary and middle school levels teach students about robotics, coding, problem solving, team building, and critical thinking.
During competition, students must solve a real-world, scientific-based challenge, create and program an autonomous Lego robots, and demonstrate FLL Core Values judged during interviews.