LEGO Club and LEGO Robotics

If you have any questions regarding the current program, please contact Rachel Yoon, Enrichment 

This is a 100% parent-led, interactive, year-long program that is both educational and fun! The expanded 
program has multiple enrollment levels, and is open to grades 1-5. Students will learn to build and program LEGO machine sets using basic engineering techniques. Note that the number of slots for each program is limited, and preference will be given to returning students.

Scholarships are available upon request.

Club Description:

Club A LEGO Club – Beginners

  • Open to 1st  and  2nd graders (who are new to LEGO Robotics)
  • Motorized LEGO sets are used and students will learn basic engineering concepts including use of gears.
  • Contact Vivian Shum

Club B LEGO WeDo 2.0 – Intermediate 

  • Open to returning 2nd graders (participated in LEGO Club before) and 3rd graders
  • The latest WeDo 2.0 LEGO sets are used. Students will enhance their skills in science, engineering, technology, and coding.
  • Contact Ronn Black

Club C LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT 2.0 – Intermediate / Advanced 

  • Open to returning 3rd graders (participated in LEGO Club) and 4th graders
  • The NXT 2.0 buildable, programmable robots combine the versatility of the LEGO building system with a microcomputer brick and intuitive programming software. Students will be provided with instructions and pre-programmed robots during the first half of the year, and will learn to program on their own during the second half.
  • Contact Mark Betker

Club D LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 – Advanced 

  • Open to returning 4th graders (participated in Robotics before), and 5th graders
  • LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 is a programmable robotic construction set that can command robots to walk, talk, think and do just about anything you can imagine.  Students will build, program and command the robots for fun games and combats.
  • Contact Per Stomhagen

Mandatory Parent Information Meeting:  Parents are required to attend one of the two meetings listed below.

  • Thursday, August 25:   7:00-7:45 p.m., Vintage Hill Library
  • Tuesday, August 30:    7:00-7:45 p.m., Vintage Hill Library

Program Details and Fees:

Time: 8:00 – 9:00 a.m., Wednesdays
Duration: Year-long program on alternate weeks (Dates TBD)
Fee (~14 classes): Club A – $50
Club B – $80 plus $50 refundable lab fee 
Club C – $80 plus $50 refundable lab fee
Club D – $95 plus $50 refundable lab fee
Scholarships available upon request.
Registration: Complete the registration form and return it to the office.
Volunteer Requirement: Parent volunteering is required to participate in this program (a minimum of 3-4 hours over the course of the year.  All fees are used to invest in new kits and computers / tablets used for programming as well as replacement parts for the kits.

Lab Fee Refund Policy:  Lab fee will be refunded to the Clubs B, C and D groups at the end of the year, but ONLY upon a student and/or parent participation of the "Kit Cleanup Day" and restoration of your child's Lego Kit to good-as-new condition with all parts in place. 

PTA General Meetings
Come join us at our General Meetings on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the School Library!

September 27, 2017
January 17, 2018
March 21, 2018–9:30 am
May 16, 2018

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