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Coding & Robotics Hackathon December 2018
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December 15, 2018
Young learners from over 15 elementary schools from Lewisville ISD, Coppell ISD & ResponsiveEd participated in Robotics and Coding hackathon on December 15th. Competition was fierce, but participants were well prepared and ready for the challenge! Imagination ran wild and result was ultra creative and innovative projects!
Highlights from a very exciting and engaging hackathon!
Participants for both coding and robotics were given specific themes and 60 minutes to work on their creation. They had to decide, build, code and work on their presentation in the given time.
Overall awards were judged based on creativity, completeness and presentation. Special awards were given to most creative, best presentation and best idea projects.
Results - Grades 3-5
Overall 1st place in grades 3-5 was awarded to Lasya Buchipudi (4th grade - Coppell Classical Academy) and Nikita Bhasin (4th grade - Towncenter Elementary). They built a mobile house with door that opened and closed by sensing motion. (Click on the picture to view the video of presentation.)
2nd place was awarded to Nathan Mays (Liberty Elementary) & Aaryan Mittal (Lakeside Elementary)
3rd place was awarded to Natalie Nidler (Wellington Elementary) & Anvi Patalay (Coppell Classical)
Best Teamwork was awarded to Samanyu Gujjula (Coppell Classical) & Ravi Anne (Coppell Classical)
Results - Grades K-2
Overall 1st place in grades K-2 was awarded to Patrick Whitmore (2nd grade - Liberty Elementary School) and Anay Patalay (1st grade - Coppell Classical Academy). They built a car with eyes and programmed it to move forward and backward. (Click on the picture to view the video of presentation).
2nd place was awarded to Advait Ujjini (Austin Elementary) & Ronin Tellez (Coppell Classical)
3rd place was awarded to Satviki Buchipudi (Coppell Classical) & Aisha Bhasin (Greenhill School)
Results - Grades 3-5
Overall 1st place in grades 3-5 was awarded to Alexander Rivera (5th grade - Towncenter Elementary). He built a 'spaceship muffins' game. (Click on the image to watch the presentation).