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FIRST Lego League Anti-Freeze Team 5842

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Published on December 1, 2008

Author: bukovitz

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Slide 1:  Why you might want to be in FIRST Lego League . . . Slide 2: If you thought Lego League was all about playing with Legos . . . Slide 3: . . . you would be missing the reason we’re here. Daniel Charais is one of our team leaders. He leads by example and by putting others first. Whenever we have a teamwork challenge, we rely on Daniel to show us the way. : Daniel Charais is one of our team leaders. He leads by example and by putting others first. Whenever we have a teamwork challenge, we rely on Daniel to show us the way. Why join Lego League?Leadership Evan Thomsen is the most competitive person on our team. Success in the real world involves competition, and Evan never hesitates to remind us that we have team goals. Evan invested more than 100 hours programming this year. : Evan Thomsen is the most competitive person on our team. Success in the real world involves competition, and Evan never hesitates to remind us that we have team goals. Evan invested more than 100 hours programming this year. Why join Lego League?Competition April Daniels is the only 4th grader and the only girl on our team. She is also our most positive, affirming influence. On top of all this, she designed our world-class logo! : April Daniels is the only 4th grader and the only girl on our team. She is also our most positive, affirming influence. On top of all this, she designed our world-class logo! Why join Lego League?Girls can play too! If there is one word that describes Ben Daniels, it’s “cerebral”. Ben thought it was fun to figure out a way to load the Linux operating system on his Playstation 3. Then he helped Evan program our robot. Ben also places a high priority on fairness. : If there is one word that describes Ben Daniels, it’s “cerebral”. Ben thought it was fun to figure out a way to load the Linux operating system on his Playstation 3. Then he helped Evan program our robot. Ben also places a high priority on fairness. Why join Lego League?Geek Squad Some people learn best by doing. Micah Doerfler is our lead mechanical engineer and our best “hands on” builder. He built our robot this year and developed many of the arms. Micah has an attention span that has been accurately measured to be somewhere between 17.2 and 17.8 seconds. : Some people learn best by doing. Micah Doerfler is our lead mechanical engineer and our best “hands on” builder. He built our robot this year and developed many of the arms. Micah has an attention span that has been accurately measured to be somewhere between 17.2 and 17.8 seconds. Why join Lego League?Hands-on learning Calvin Bukovitz lives FLL core values. He always cares about what other team members are saying, thinking, or feeling. Calvin is our Marketing Director and he created this video; some people think he has a sense of humor  : Calvin Bukovitz lives FLL core values. He always cares about what other team members are saying, thinking, or feeling. Calvin is our Marketing Director and he created this video; some people think he has a sense of humor  Why join Lego League?Gracious Professionalism Yes, that is Micah and I a few years before we became champion Lego Leaguers! Kenny Grode is steady as a rock, at team meetings and at FLL tournaments. No matter what the challenge, Kenny always keeps a cool head and is the ultimate team player. He also created our technical interview presentation. : Kenny Grode is steady as a rock, at team meetings and at FLL tournaments. No matter what the challenge, Kenny always keeps a cool head and is the ultimate team player. He also created our technical interview presentation. Why join Lego League?Grace Under Fire Kurt Jarvi is one of the quiet kids you don’t notice too often at school. Even when we ask him to yell, he can’t get above 40 decibels. But Kurt is a key member of our programming team; he created our most repeatable programs and developed sophisticated subroutines used by the other programmers. Lego League gives people like Kurt a chance to be a team Hero! : Kurt Jarvi is one of the quiet kids you don’t notice too often at school. Even when we ask him to yell, he can’t get above 40 decibels. But Kurt is a key member of our programming team; he created our most repeatable programs and developed sophisticated subroutines used by the other programmers. Lego League gives people like Kurt a chance to be a team Hero! Why join Lego League?Anyone can be a team hero Every “once in a while” we catch David DeMille being distracted at team meetings. (We’re pretty sure that never happens at other teams’ meetings!) But when the dust settles, David reminds all of us that Lego League is supposed to be fun  : Every “once in a while” we catch David DeMille being distracted at team meetings. (We’re pretty sure that never happens at other teams’ meetings!) But when the dust settles, David reminds all of us that Lego League is supposed to be fun  Why join Lego League?Because it’s fun!! At one of our team meetings, we timed ourselves in a challenge to see how fast we could cover one of our coaches completely in toilet paper! : At one of our team meetings, we timed ourselves in a challenge to see how fast we could cover one of our coaches completely in toilet paper! Why join Lego League?Teambuilding Challenges Why join Lego League? CoachesOne of our five coaches is AJ Stuyvenberg, a high-school senior and five-year FLL Alumni. AJ comes back to our school each week, “to give back a little of what he got.” AJ will leave next year for college and major in mechanical engineering. : Why join Lego League? CoachesOne of our five coaches is AJ Stuyvenberg, a high-school senior and five-year FLL Alumni. AJ comes back to our school each week, “to give back a little of what he got.” AJ will leave next year for college and major in mechanical engineering. Coach Mike Coach Pete Coach AJ Slide 15: “FLL is about something larger than any one team or individual.” We hosted an open Scrimmage at our school (FVCA) in Neenah. We invited other Lego League teams to come and share their ideas. Twelve visiting teams came from all parts of Wisconsin! Why join Lego League?Outreach Slide 16: We won the Champion’s Award at the Fox Valley Regional Tournament! It was “payback” for all of our hard work since early September. Why join Lego League?Hard Work Pays Off Slide 17: BYE!! See you next year! Cast of Characters(We are real characters!)Calvin BukovitzDaniel CharaisApril DanielsBen DanielsDavid DeMilleMicah DoerflerKenny GrodeKurt JarviEvan Thomsen Presentation by: Calvin BukovitzUNTIL NEXT YEAR . . . Anti-FreezeVideo Production Team : Anti-FreezeVideo Production Team Video Storyboard: Calvin Bukovitz Video Content: The entire Anti-Freeze team.

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