MRH students awarded for Lego robotics project

A group of seven Maplewood Richmond Heights ECC second grade girls took part in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League Robotics Adventure this weekend.

It was held at Chaifetz Arena, and teams from the Midwest competed at all age ranges.

The MRH ECC team, Stream of Dreams, received the “Citizen Scientist” award and spent several months this year meeting weekly to design a robotic model to address the problem of water conservation.

The team was coached by Sean Krysowaty and Becky Rockett, and the members were: Hazel Brenner, Millie Hamilton, Zahava Kaplan, Madeline Phillips, Kaelyn Krysowaty, Elianna Cerven, and Beatrice Schmidt.

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3 thoughts on “MRH students awarded for Lego robotics project

  1. As a founding mentor for the first all-girls high school level FIRST Robotics team in the region, I absolutely ADORE this! Keep up the good work, ladies!

  2. I am proud if these girls and thankful for the help of Sean and Becky. The girls have learned so much from this experience. Clean water is a problem through the world and learning about this issue truly broadens their minds.

  3. Great job! Excellent work! Very nicely done! Clean water is a major problem around the world. Even in the USA. Very proud of these leaders and students. Continue on!

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