nIMITZ STEM STUDENTS SCORE BIG AT ROBOTICS COMPETITION
Nimitz Middle School STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) students enjoyed some success before the Winter Break. Led by STEM teacher, Randall Ohman, the students competed in the FIRST LEGO League Robotics Toltec FLL Qualifier Tournament in December.
Taking place at Memorial High School’s T-STEM Academy, the students were one of the event champions. The students took home the Core Values Award, which is given to the team that best exemplifies the traits of inspiration, teamwork, and gracious professionalism.
(L to R) Seventh grade robotics students, Juan Alvarez, Coach Ohman, Andre Torres, Adrian Hinojosa, the Core Values Judge, Braedon Dehaven, and Jadyn Garza gather for a photo after the competition.
The students accept their Core Value award during the trophy ceremony.
Posted on January 06, 2014