Saturday, February 27, 2016, 9:00am - 4:00pm - Heskett Center, WSU
Awards Ceremony for Beginner and Beginner II Teams, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Awards Ceremony for Intermediate and Expert Teams, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Times highlighted in yellow have been revised to accommodate the number of teams and students participating in 2016.
|8:00am||Teams may enter Heskett Center Gymnasium|
|8:00 - 8:30||
Each coach will register his/her team and receive a Challenge Day
|8:00 - 9:00||Set up of Team Displays (team members only - no adults)|
|8:30 - 2:00||Game Floor open to compete on Apprentice Missions|
|8:30 - 4:00||Game Floor open to compete on Professional Missions|
|9:00 - 2:00||Expert and Intermediate Team Presentations will be scheduled throughout the day|
|9:00 - 2:00||Beginner II Team Interviews will be scheduled throughout the day|
|9:00 - 2:00||Team Displays and Team Notebooks are judged|
|10:00 -2:00||MOC entries on display|
Competition ends for Beginner and Beginner II Teams!
No NXT or EV3 button may be pushed for an official run after 2:00pm
|3:00 - 4:00||Awards Ceremony for Beginner and Beginner II Teams, Hubbard Hall 208|
Competition ends for Intermediate and Expert Teams!
No NXT or EV3 button may be pushed for an official run after 4:00pm
|4:00 - 4:45||Clean up|
|5:00 - 6:00||Awards Ceremony for Intermediate and Expert Teams, Hubbard Hall 208|
Additional Information about Challenge Day:
Please bring your own equipment, laptops, extension cord, and power strip. Don't forget batteries, cables, software, etc. We will not have items to loan to teams.
There will be a six foot table and several chairs available for each team to work on their robot. The number of tables for each team depends on the number of teams registered. These tables will be located in the Heskett Center gymnasium in a common area for all teams. The missions will also be located in the Heskett Center gymnasium. There is a large seating area (bleachers) and plenty of room for spectators to wander and view the events.
A table will be set up for each team's Team Display, and Team Notebook. Your Team Notebook may be used during your Team Presentation. Please leave a note on your table explaining that your Notebook is currently being used in your Team Presentation. This will allow judges to re-visit your table after your Team Presentation.
Food and drink are not allowed in the gymnasium area. Teams can have food and drink in the area outside the gym on the second floor, and in the lobby area on the first floor. There is also a lobby area in Hubbard Hall (the building just to the west where we have the Awards Ceremony).
There are two lunch options available on campus on Saturday:
The competition for Beginner and Beginner II teams will end at 2:00pm.
The competition for Intermediate and Expert teams will end at 4:00pm.
Judges and volunteers will work quickly to tally scores and put together the final counts for the Awards Ceremonies to be held in Hubbard Hall, Room 208.
Be sure that all personal belongings are removed from the Heskett Center and lounge areas. Please be sure that all trash is properly disposed of in trash bins. After clearing out all equipment and belongings, teams and spectators are welcome to take their seats in Room 208 of Hubbard Hall for the Awards Ceremony. Please remember to be good sports and enjoy a wonderful finale to a great day. All participants are winners! Don't forget your cameras!
Each Awards Ceremony will start with a photo slide show of Challenge Day. Don't miss this media treat to see and re-live some of the best and most "challenging" moments. All awards for the Beginner and Beginner II (3:00pm - 4:00pm), Intermediate, and Expert (5:00pm - 6:00pm) levels will be given at the respective Awards Ceremony. Winning teams will be called to the stage, with their coaches, to receive a LEGO trophy or brick.