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SeaPerch Startup

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SeaPerch offers students an opportunity to work on a team to develop an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV). A select group of students at Eagle Academy Congress Heights in DC, have begun this project. LET’S GO will support students throughout this entire process. Here we see the beginning stages of the frame coming together. We…

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LET’S GO Instructors Make a Difference

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LET’S GO’s positive impact on a partner school’s STEM culture would not be possible without our tremendous instructors and everything they do to support our youth. Ms.Wanda Pagan has been a LET’S GO instructor at Westport Academy Elementary-Middle School since 2014. She is passionate about instilling the importance of STEM learning in her students, and…

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What are Core Values?

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Part of the FIRST LEGO League tournament FBR Boys and Girls Club students participate in requires students to do a core-values-based activity. To prepare, LET’S GO sharpens some of the students’ hard skills while also building their soft skills and understanding of the core values’ purpose.                  …

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Students and Families Gain Tools for School Choice Success

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Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS) offer School Choice to students entering middle or high school so that they can pursue the most appropriate learning environments that match their interests and career goals. LET’S GO offers targeted support to students and their families so that they can identify and apply to the school that best fits…

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Behind The Scenes Payoff

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Some of LET’S GO services are ‘behind the scenes’ in supporting students learning. In DC, the LET’S GO team has been inventorying thousands of LEGO pieces at our partner site, Eagle: Congress Heights. Why inventory thousands of pieces? We know the payoff is that students will be able to design and build with completed sets…

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LET’S GO Boys and Girls DC Robotics Team Makes History

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  News Release: December 17, 2019   Watch our video tribute to the FBR Nation Robotics Kings & Queens here. Washington, DC. LET’S GO Boys and Girls is pleased to announce for the first time in its 10-year history that one of its District of Columbia FIRST LEGO League (FLL) robotics team competed in a…

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Adam and the Mad Scientists

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On All Hallow’s Eve (October 31), LET’S GO’s mad scientists’ team took a trip to Eagle Academy PCS in D.C., to give a lesson to the students about atoms-the building blocks of life. Even the instructor at Eagle Academy joined in on the harvest fun; eerily following us as we taught. As he watched from…

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Robotics Kings & Queens

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LET’S GO and FBR Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington would like to introduce their very own FIRST LEGO League team, Robotics Kings and Queens. The team consists of five wonderful young STEM Scholars eager to tackle the First Lego League challenge at a regional tournament. The students voiced their interest and signed up…

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Govans Dragon Designers – All Girls Team

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The FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Team at Govans Elementary, Govans Dragon Designers in northeast Baltimore is off to a great start! Over the next few weeks these teams of young innovators in 4th and 5th grade will make final adjustments to their LEGO robot and attachments, debug their programming, practice their public speaking skills and finalize…

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MSO @ Westport Academy

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The Maryland Science Olympiad (MSO) is a competition team established in 2017 that exposes students in grades 6-8 to 20+ disciplines in STEM with rigorous coaching and practice to prepare them for tournaments with other schools. Since 1984, Science Olympiad has operated in all 50 states at regional, state, and national levels with nearly 8,000…

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