STEMpalooza Competition


February 20th-22nd


• Each team will consist of four students.
• The team can be a mix of both 4th and 5th grades.
• Each school will be able to send one team per challenge.
• One team may compete in more than one challenge over multiple days. (Maximum of four events per school)
• Example: 

     o School A may have one team that competes in Tivitz on Tuesday, Design on Wednesday, and EV3/NXT on Thursday.
     o School B may have four teams, one in Tivitz, one in Design, one in EV3/NXT, and one in Crack the Code, all on Wednesday.


• Specific rules and details for each challenge will be released at a later date.
• Registration will be available in October at www.mathcouncil.com.

Baseball TIVITZ
Challenge

Team members will play individually against other students. The team
with the highest combined team
score based on the maximum score, will win!
Engineering
Challenge

Teams will be given a request for
proposal and materials needed. In a set amount of time, they will be required to design and create a
product to meet the specifications of the proposal.

Crack the Code
Challenge

In a specified amount of time,
teams will have the opportunity to solve problems, open locks, and crack codes to find a prize.

NXT/EV3 SumoBot
Challenge

Teams bring one NXT/EV3 robot to
challenge. Robots will compete
against each other to push the
other robot out of a circle.