Trinity School’s Robotics Team, The Robobranics, recently competed in the FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Official Qualifier Tournament. In a large field of competitors, the young Trinity team won the "Gracious Professionalism" trophy, based on their teamwork during the three phases (programming, project work and league core values) of the competition.
The FLL Challenge posed to the teams was to improve the quality of life for seniors by helping them continue to be independent, engaged, and connected in their communities. The Robobranics completed hours of research and designed a solution to the problem of mobility. Comprised of Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Graders, The Robobranics received the award for “Gracious Profesionalism,” recognizing the Team’s hard work and mutual respect for others.
“Our students truly earned their Gracious Professionalism award, balancing hard work with learning the values of others. This award directly aligns with Trinity’s beliefs of character, cooperation, and respect,” said Trinity Robotics Coach, Dave Scott.