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EHS Students Shine in National Competition on the Campus of Texas A&M

Everett High School (EHS) students were among the more than 400 students comprising more than 48 teams from across the United States and China who exhibited their STEM innovation skills at the 12th annual Ten80 National STEM League (NSL) Finals presented by Mouser Electronics and hosted by Texas A&M University College of Engineering in College Station, Texas.
STEM Club Advisor Anna Seiders and teacher Claudy St. Juste led the EHS contingent to the Lone Star State thanks to the AMAZING support of Everett Bank, which fully funded the four-day trip.
The following students represented EHS: Seniors Eva Charbonnier, Joshua Powers, Natalie Huynh, and Gabriel Simao; juniors Melisa Demaku, Lyanne Murphy, Chloe Lewis, Isaac Lenescat, Christian Simeon, Evan Dupuis, and Amhed Alananzeh; and sophomore Gustavo Aguiar.
They were part of two competitive teams — the Crimson Bolt, a team that races a remote-control car, and Ethan’s Rover. Both teams did very well in the multifaceted competition.
Which isn’t a surprise: This marked the sixth consecutive year in that EHS has participated in the NSL Finals, and Everett’s racing team has never finished out of the top five, while the rover team has earned three straight first-place finishes.

THE RESULTS
The Grand Champion Award, the highest honor given at the Ten80 National STEM League Finals, recognizes the middle school and high school teams that best exemplify teamwork, critical thinking, innovation, and leadership – the purpose and goals of the NSL.
1st Place:Iditarod Racing, William Amos Hough High School of Cornelius, NC 2nd Place: Ram Tech 59, Miami Coral Park Senior High of Miami, FL
3rd Place: GT Racing, Shanghai High School International Division, China
4th Place: Crimson Bolt, Everett High School
5th Place: MAST & Furious from Jose Marti MAST Academy of Hialeah, FL
6th Place: Ethan’s Rover, Everett High School (This was the highest-ranked rover team in the overall standings)

DATA-DRIVEN DESIGN WINNERS
1st Place: Crimson Bolt, Everett High School
2nd Place: MAST & Furious, Jose Marti MAST Academy, Hialeah, FL
3rd Place: Iditarod Racing, William Amos Hough High School, Cornelius, NC

AERODYNAMICS WINNERS
1st Place: GT Racing, Shanghai High School International Division, China
2nd Place: Iditarod Racing, William Amos Hough High School, Cornelius, NC
3rd Place: Crimson Bolt, Everett High School

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP WINNERS
1st Place: MAST & Furious, Jose Marti MAST Academy, Hialeah, FL
2nd Place: Ethan’s Rover, Everett High School
3rd Place: Iditarod Racing, William Amos Hough High School, Cornelius, NC

ROVER EVENT WINNERS
1st Place: Ethan’s Rover, Everett High School
2nd Place: GT Rover, Shanghai High School International Division, China
3rd Place: Rover Cardinals, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, MI

The weekend began with tours of the state-of-the-art facilities at Texas A&M University (TAMU) and hands-on skills workshops with Ten80’s engineer-educators.  NSL teams setup pit areas and fine-tuned their presentations, racecars, robots and drones throughout the early afternoon on April 27. 
Later that day, the formal competition kicked-off with the team-favorite Pit Crew Challenge. As with all NSL events, the drama and excitement was on display, but so was the creative energy that drives all successful teams. While some students noisily showcased their teamwork, skills and strategies on track, others were being interviewed by TAMU judges on their Data-Driven Design (DDD) projects and giving multimedia presentations on their engineering and enterprise achievements.  Day 1 closed with an impressive display of team identity through the roll call and proper Texas BBQ dinner.
Sunday was a fast-paced day of competitions. Student Racing, Rover and UAV teams displayed their engineering achievements while practicing the fundamental skills of critical problem solving, communications, teamwork and leadership.

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