Attention 4th grade students, do you want to be a risk taker? Do you like to build things with Legos? Are you interested in science, engineering, and technology? Be part of the Pilot Knob Lego League!
The Minnesota First Lego League is part of an international program that includes more than 200,000 kids in 63 countries. It is a team-based, hands-on program that provides challenging and exciting learning opportunities for kids. It promotes problem solving, creative thinking, teamwork, communication skills, and interest in science and technology. It will be challenging and fun!
Starting December 3rd, 2013, a group of ten 4th grade students will meet once per week. We will meet on Tuesdays, after school, from 2:15-4:15 in room 125 (STEM Lab). The kids will work together on a common challenge published by FIRST Lego League. To find out more information, go to: http://firstlegoleague.org or http://www.hightechkids.org
If you have any questions, please contact:
Mr. Nick Gross
Magnet Coordinator/STEM Facilitator
Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School