Fourth and fifth grade students participated at the 2018 K’NEX challenge on March 23. The challenge for this year was to build a product for a home that was environmentally friendly. The teams worked cooperatively for several months constructing a product, designing blueprints, and making a presentation. It was amazing to see how well the children worked together. There were two fourth grade teams and four fifth grade teams at the competition.
The following students should be proud of their collaborative efforts and their final performance at the competition:
Grade 4: Shaan Ailawadi, Peyton Lauden, Peyton Falzone, Nicholas Rodney, Henrik Olesen, Shiv Patel, Kaitlyn Hummers, and Aveer Chadha
Grade 5: Jack Lu, Hunter Zicherman, Colin Moore, Jackson Albert, Matthew Gulati, Angie Perrucci, Oliver Pervizpour, Abby Aemisegeo, Grayson Bucher, Rowan Taylor, Addison Etter, Emily Amortegui, Ava Williams, Luke Stubblefield, Leann Villa, and Tessa Francis
Coaches: Mrs Matlock, Mrs. Compter, Mr. Fritchman, Mrs. Hinkle.
Article by Christopher Fritchman