Our 13th Year of LEGOs at SJCS!
2013-2014 theme was NATURE's FURY!! What a great theme for Charleston!
The South Carolina FIRST LEGO site is http://www.firstlegoleague.org/ if you want to learn more about this year’s topic. Congratulations FIRST Knights for winning the "Against All Odds" trophy at their #FLL Regional Competition! Way to go!
|So proud of our two Jr. Lego teams! Another trophy (from their competition on 2/22/2014) to add to the SJCS collection - Core Values! Congratulations!|
LEGO League Senior Solutions Challenge. Congratulations to the 2012-2013 F.I.R.S.T. Knights - who tied for 2nd place in Robot Performance at the Charleston Regional Qualifier and were the *ONLY* team who brought donations for the Trident Area Agency on Aging. They won a $50 gift card for a pizza party and each of them won special FLL insulated cups to take home!
Congratulations to our Jr. LEGO Team for winning the “Gracious Professionalism” trophy at the competition on February 9th. That’s AWESOME!!
The 2011-2012 SJCS FIRST LEGO League team placed FIRST in the Robot Performance competition at the Regional competition on January 28, 2012. Thanks so much to Mrs. Kramp and all the parent volunteers who helped coach the team to another (their 11th) successful year!
2010-2011 LEGO League (4th-8th graders): A BIG Congratulations are in order to Mr. & Mrs. Kramp and the whole SJCS F.I.R.S.T. Knights LEGO League Team for placing FIRST in Robot Performance at the Regional Competition and qualifying to go to the State competition March 5th, 2011 at the North Charleston Coliseum!
|The SJCS 2010-2011 F.I.R.S.T. Lego League Team|
View more photos on our Photos page.
|Congratulations to our 2009-2010 FIRST Knights LEGO League team, which placed 20th out of 200 teams in the state. We are very proud of how well you all did! See pictures on our Photos page.|
FIRST Knights LEGO League Team: Grades 4-8 - Last year's LEGO Theme was "Smart Move" - Check out the video from their presentation to N. Charleston officials.
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