Creativity, concentration and a lot of fun at the first Annual Lego competition at Kell High School.
4th - 6th grade students raced to be the fastest and most accurate builder of a Lego set. The prize - a coveted Lego Death Star worth $400. The competition was sponsored by Kell High School's Robotics Team and Cobb EMC. Each student left with their Lego set built during the competition round and over a dozen students left with really nice Lego sets as well.
127 excited students registered for this challenge that benefited the Kell High School Robotics team.
Kell Robotics and Cobb EMC joined forces and hosted the first annual Lego competition at Kell High School on Friday. This created an opportunity for kids to get excited about education. The competition was open to 5th and 6th graders. 4th graders asked to be included, so the competition was expanded. Each grade level competed separately. Students were each given a number and were seated at tables. In front of each competitor was a small pizza box. To save time for the students, lego sets were prepared in advance. Plastic wrappers were taken off and the instruction booklet was taped shut except for the instructions required to build the lego bulldozer for the competition. As students patiently waited for the signal to start, instructions …