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The Holy Cross Lego League (Lego Legends and Robo Racers) would like to thank the parents of the Lego Leaguers (who contributed to the Advent Meal), and the many Holy Cross church members who donated funds to our Soup Supper, making it a success and allowing us to raise nearly $250. Your assistance was very […]Read More FIRST LEGO League Robotics, Thank you!, Volunteers
Congratulations to our Lego Legends Team. They received the Core Values Award at competition last weekend. http://t.co/gtaTfGg610 — Holy Cross Lutheran (@HCLCollinsville) December 12, 2014Read More Congratulations!, FIRST LEGO League Robotics, Science and Technology, Student Achievements, Twitter (Share)
Our two Lego teams have been preparing for competition in December. [Show as slideshow] One of the first projects to be completed was to design their team t-shirts. Another part of their preparations has been to find out how children and adults learn. Both teams have interviewed professionals, toured learning centers and had some […]Read More FIRST LEGO League Robotics, Photos
from St. Louis Suburban Journals (January 13, 2014 12:00 am): http://www.stltoday.com/suburban-journals/illinois/education/holy-cross-lego-league-goes-to-state-championship/article_cb84204f-a81e-5c32-98a4-bfd38e0238a1.htmlRead More Congratulations!, FIRST LEGO League Robotics, Press (Share), Science and Technology, Student Achievements, Suburban Journals
This is the first year for Holy Cross to have FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO League Club. This club is not just playing with Legos. The children have to follow directions, programing the robot, working together to find solutions to complete missions, and the best part of all is they are learning. […]Read More FIRST LEGO League Robotics, Science and Technology
We are happy to announce that Holy Cross intends to start a new extra-curricular activity this fall–FIRST LEGO League Robotics. Just before school was out in May, fourth through seventh graders got to observe a local robotics team. Students who showed an interest in being part of a team were contacted, and several attended a […]Read More FIRST LEGO League Robotics, Science and Technology, Volunteers