First Lego League Needs Judges

Fun & Games Home Robotics

From our robotics friends in Dallas:

Would you be interested in being a judge for a middle school robotics competition?
The FIRST Lego League (FLL) Championship will be in Dallas, January 31st.
For more information about (FLL), check out our web site.
It’s a one-day event, and we are currently looking for 24 judges.

Judging areas include:

  • Technical judging (need 8) – score teams on how well robot is programmed
  • Project judging (need 8) – listen to and judge team research presentations/skits
  • Teamwork judging (need 8) – judge a team on how well they work together to complete a task
  • Referees (need 6) – track points scored when teams robots compete to complete a challenge

We are trying to confirm our judges and referees as soon as possible. There will be a 1 day training before the event.
A technical background is preferred, but not required.
It’s a fun, lighthearted event and you would be inspiring middle school students across North Texas.

If interested, please email Janet Butler, North Texas Assistant Regional Director, at ..

Here’s a video of Elite Engineers’ winning entry in First Lego League Scandinavia:

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