HCISD Robotics teams progress to FLL Regional Championship


Ten HCISD Robotics teams are advancing to the First Robotics FLL Regional Championship which will be held at Gutierrez Middle School on Saturday, March 10. This comes on the heels of their outstanding performance at an RGV FLL Qualifier.

At Region, the teams will have the opportunity to qualify for the world championship in Houston where they will compete against teams from 80 other countries.

Schools advancing from HCISD are:

Austin Elementary – Knightly Divas (FLL Q#4)
Dishman Elementary – Dishman Dynobots (FLL Q#5: Research Award)
Gutierrez Middle School – Robo Jags (FLL Q#5)
Lamar Elementary – Lamar Robostormers (FLL Q#3)
Long Elementary – Aquatic Robo Rangers (FLL Q#3: Innovative Solution Award)
Rodriguez Elementary – Super Aqua Bots (FLL Q#5: Strategy & Design Award) and Hydro Bots (FLL Q#5: Champions Award – 2nd Place)
Stuart Elementary – Stuart Place Hydro-Storms (FLL Q#4: Champions Award – 1st Place and Robot Performance Award)
Travis Elementary – Patriotic Bots (FLL Q#2: Champions Award – 2nd Place and Robot Performance Award)
Zavala Elementary – Zavala Disney Gizmos (FLL Q#4: Presentation Award)

Listed below are additional awards won by HCISD teams at FLL Qualifiers:

Bowie Elementary – Electric Cats (Presentation Award)

Rodriguez Elementary – Rodriguez Elementary (Strategy & Design Award)
Memorial Middle School – Galactic Megaladons (Teamwork Award)
Memorial Middle School – Hydro Raiders (Innovative Solution Award)
Crockett Elementary – Robo Bears (Inspiration Award)
Milam Elementary – Hydro Electricians (Programming Award)

Wilson Elementary – Majestic Aztechs (Innovative Solution Award)
Vernon Middle School – Robo Mustangs (Gracious Professionalism Award)

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