Robotics teams earn awards at Regional competition

Northside robotics teams and coaches earned awards at the FIRST LEGO League Challenge Regional Championships.


Briscoe Middle School – 15678

1st Place Innovation Project

Forester Elementary School – 29697

1st Place Core Values

Krueger Elementary School – 20587

1st Place Core Values

Stinson Middle School – 29576

2nd Place Robot Design

Boldt Elementary School – 20555

2nd Place Core Values

Lieck Elementary School – 20594

Breakthrough Award

Aue Elementary School – 42944

Breakthrough Award

Two coaches were also recognized with Coach Awards – Sandra Collazo, Franklin Elementary School, and Jason Zurovec, Briscoe Middle School.

Robotics clubs at the elementary and middle school levels teach students about robotics, coding, problem solving, team building, and critical thinking.

During competition, students must solve a real-world, scientific-based challenge, create and program an autonomous LEGO robot, and demonstrate FLL Core Values judged during interviews.

Judging sessions took place during the week, over Zoom, and students were scored on Core Values, Robot Design, and Innovation Project.

Click here for the list of all NISD schools that participated in the regional competition.

The Regional Championship is hosted by FIRST in Texas – Alamo Region.