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LA FLL ARCHIVES

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For current information, go to the

NEW! 2013 LAFLL web site home

Use the archives for past FLL informaion only.

 

 
FIRST LEGO League is for middle school students ages 9 to 14.
  • We are a team
  • We do the work to find the solutions with guidance from our coaches and mentors
  • We honor the spirit of friendly competition
  • What we discover is more important than what we win
  • We share our experiences with others
  • We display gracious professionalism in everything we do
  • We have fun
  • The children come first.  FLL is about the children having fun and getting excited about science and technology. 
    Everything my team does starts and ends with that principle.
  • The children do the work.  This is their opportunity to learn and grow. 
    The children on my team do all the programming, research, problem solving, and building.  Adults can help them find answers, but cannot give them answers or make decisions.
  • My team is comprised of 10 or fewer members (all team members participate on only 1 team), registered as an official FLL team, and all team members are no older than 14 on January 1st of the Challenge year.
  • FLL communicates with my team via my primary email address, and I am responsible for reading and relaying all aspects of FLL guidelines and rules to my team, other coaches, volunteers, and parents.
  • I will encourage my team members, other coaches, volunteers, parents, and team supporters to develop and practice a set of FLL values that reflect FIRST’s goal to challenge culture in a positive way by inspiring others through our team’s actions and words.

The Louisiana FIRST LEGO League (LaFLL) - In our 10th year!

2003: Inagural year. 15 teams from Louisiana & Mississippi

2004: 18 teams from Louisiana & Mississippi

2005: 16 teams that competed despite Hurricane Katrina

2006: 30 teams across Louisiana.

2007: 29 FLL teams and 1 inaugural jFLL team from Louisiana

2008: 41 FLL teams and 3 jFLL teams from Louisiana

2009: 71 FLL teams and 6 jFLL team from Louisiana

2010: 91 FLL teams and 9 jFLL team from Louisiana

2011: 84 teams and 16 jFLL teams from Louisiana