OSAGE BEACH ELEMENTARY ROBOTICS TEAMS COMPETE:
November 15, 2014, two Osage Beach Elementary robotics teams competed
in the Mid MO FIRST Lego League Qualifier. This years theme was World
Class Learning. Students
were challenged to research and investigate ways they learn and to come
up with an innovative solution. One team researched the negative effects fluoride could have on learning while the other team investigated
pollutions effects on learning.
Teams also competed in the areas of Core Values and Robot Game. FIRST
Lego League expects students to conduct themselves using core values in
every area of life. Core values include: Gracious Professionalism and Cooperation, knowing that the coaches and mentors
do not know all the answers and that what we learn is more important than what
we win. The focus was to work as a team.
OBE #570 received the Core Values/Gracious Professionalism banner. This
is a great accomplishment for the team of four students, Gunnar
Schuster, Hunter Stanfield, Andrew Haas and Preston Garrett. The judges
felt that the team did a wonderful job of working
as a team, including every ones ideas and sharing the 7 habits.
We are very proud robots! Thank you for all your hard work.