LAUSD Northeast VEX IQ League at Chavez LA-ASE

10/23/2019 - 01/22/2020
LAUSD Northeast VEX IQ League at Chavez LA-ASE

Event Code: RE-VIQC-19-8910

Program: VEX IQ Challenge

Type of Event: League

Capacity: 24 / Spots Open: 0

Max Registrations per Organization: 2

Price: $150.00

This event is closed to registration because:
  • This event currently has no spaces available.
  • It is past the registration deadline.
VEX IQ Challenge - Division 1
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Design Award (VIQC) 11566C Holmes Eaglebotz OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES MIDDLE Northridge, California, United States
Excellence Award (VIQC) 83723B Montague Bots MONTAGUE CHARTER ACADEMY Pacoima, California, United States
Teamwork Champion Award (VIQC) 34143B Bruins SAN FERNANDO ELEMENTARY San Fernando, California, United States
Teamwork Champion Award (VIQC) 83723A Montague Bots MONTAGUE CHARTER ACADEMY Pacoima, California, United States
Robot Skills Champion Award (VIQC) 83723A Montague Bots MONTAGUE CHARTER ACADEMY Pacoima, California, United States
Judges Award (VIQC) 82340B Roborunners2 RANCHITO AVENUE ELEMENTARY Panorama City, California, United States
Awards
Award Qualifies for
Design Award (VIQC) State/Regional Championship
CREATE U.S. Open
Excellence Award (VIQC) State/Regional Championship
CREATE U.S. Open
Teamwork Champion Award (VIQC) State/Regional Championship
CREATE U.S. Open
Robot Skills Champion Award (VIQC) State/Regional Championship
CREATE U.S. Open
Judges Award (VIQC) Does not qualify for any events.

Match Results

Finalist Ranking

Teamwork Ranking

VEX via

Download the free "VEX via" scoring app to keep track of event results and rankings and more in real-time on your iPhone and Android phones.

Available on the App Store
Available on the Android Marketplace

Team List ( 24 Teams )

Team Team Name Organization Location
9851A Stonehurst Stallions STONEHURST AVENUE ELEMENTARY Sun Valley, California, United States
11566C Holmes Eaglebotz OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES MIDDLE Northridge, California, United States
11566E Holmes Eaglebotz Holmes International Middle School Northridge, California, United States
12749B Team Cubs EL DORADO AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Sylmar, California, United States
12749E Team Bears EL DORADO AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Sylmar, California, United States
23975A Beachy Bears Beachy Avenue Elementary School Arleta, California, United States
23975B Science Soldiers Beachy Avenue Elementary School Arleta, California, United States
34143A Bruins SAN FERNANDO ELEMENTARY San Fernando, California, United States
34143B Bruins SAN FERNANDO ELEMENTARY San Fernando, California, United States
38291A Broadous Broncos HILLERY T. BROADOUS ELEMENTARY Pacoima, California, United States
38291B Broadous Broncos HILLERY T. BROADOUS ELEMENTARY Pacoima, California, United States
39997A Robo-Sapiens SAN FERNANDO INSTITUTE OF APPLIED MEDIA San Fernando, California, United States
39997B Robo-Sapiens SAN FERNANDO INSTITUTE OF APPLIED MEDIA San Fernando, California, United States
61986A Haddon Lions HADDON AVENUE ELEMENTARY Pacoima, California, United States
61986B Haddon Lions HADDON AVENUE ELEMENTARY Pacoima, California, United States
82340A Roborunners RANCHITO AVENUE ELEMENTARY Panorama City, California, United States
82340B Roborunners2 RANCHITO AVENUE ELEMENTARY Panorama City, California, United States
83723A Montague Bots MONTAGUE CHARTER ACADEMY Pacoima, California, United States
83723B Montague Bots MONTAGUE CHARTER ACADEMY Pacoima, California, United States
91042A Pinewood Pandas Pinewood Avenue Elementary School Tujunga, California, United States
91331A Cougars SARA COUGHLIN ELEMENTARY pacoima, California, United States
91331B Cougars SARA COUGHLIN ELEMENTARY pacoima, California, United States
93926A Vena Elementary Vena Avenue Elementary School Arleta, California, United States
93926B Vena Elementary Vena Avenue Elementary School Arleta, California, United States

REC Foundation Design Award Rubric

REC Foundation Design Award Rubric

 

Participant Release Form Spainish

Participant Release Form Spainish

 

REC Foundation Code of Conduct

REC Foundation Code of Conduct

 

Criteria for registered VEX IQ Challenge teams (Elementary and Middle School) to qualify for participation in championship events.

VIQC Qualifying Criteria

 

A description of this year's STEM Research Project

STEM Research Project Topic (2019-2020)

 

A description of this year's STEM Research Project  Rubric.

STEM Research Project Topic Rubric (2019-2020)

 

VIQC Sqaured Away One Page Description.

VIQC Sqaured Away One Page Description

 

VIQC Robot Inspection Checklist.

VIQC Robot Inspection Checklist

 

Participant Release Form English

Participant Release Form

 

STEM Research

This season the STEM Research Project is presented as a 4-minute video plus 15 seconds of credits that the team records and uploads to SchoolTube, YouTube, or a similar online video platform. A link to the video must be submitted by Friday, December 20, 2019, the last school day before the winter break. Follow these steps:

  1. Please refer to the **STEM Research Project and Presentation** document from the REC Foundation. The document can be found in the VEX IQ Challenge Team Resources area at https://www.roboticseducation.org
  2. Record the STEM Presentation as a video following the instructions in the STEM Research Project and Presentation document.
  3. Upload the video to one of the online video resources following the instructions in the STEM Research Project and Presentation document.
  4. Have the coach or another adult submit a link to your YouTube or SchoolTube video at:
    https://forms.gle/47S8pdGuwXvCAASp7
  5. Teams WILL NOT be interviewed by judges at the event, unless the event qualifies teams directly to VEX Worlds. Please refer to the STEM Research Project and Presentation document for details.
  6. Only ONE submission allowed per team. If two or more video links are sent to the Event Partner, only the first link received will be considered.
  7. The winner of the STEM Research Project Award will be announced with the other judged awards at the event.

If you have questions about this process, please contact LeRoy@LARobotics.org

 

Refund Policy

Full refunds minus the $5.00 processing fee will be available until one week before the first session. After that, refunds based on special circumstances may be made at the discretion of the Event Partner.

Emergency/Bad Weather Policy

If any session has to be cancelled, we will offer an additional session.

The event partner will contact teams if the event must be postponed. Teams should make sure their contact information is up to date on RobotEvents.com and includes both school and non-school phone numbers.

Volunteer

The league needs four trained volunteers that can attend all sessions

  • 1 Emcee, 2 Referees, 1 Computer Operator

Each team is asked to provide at least one volunteer for at least one session:

  • 2 Check-in, Queue Crew,  (one adult, one can be student)
  • 1 Field Reset (student)
  • 1 Practice Field Official (adult)
  • 2 Robot Design Judges (adults, Championship Session only)

Volunteers can be scheduled at the Coach Orientation or at the first League Session.

A brief overview of the volunteer roles is available online at:
http://link.roboticseducation.org/vrceventdocuments_volunteerresources_volunteerrolesoverview

Other volunteers are welcome. Please contact the Event Partner.

Agenda

Agenda for the first three league sessions, the Qualifying Sessions:

3:30-4:00 PM  Doors open. Set up
3:45-4:00 PM  Volunteers check in
4:00-4:30 PM  Teams check in
4:00-4:45 PM  Robot Inspection
4:45-5:00 PM  Opening Ceremony/Event Meeting/Announcements
5:00-7:00 PM  Teamwork Practice and Qualifying Matches
7:00-7:30 PM  Teams depart. Tear down. Doors close

Agenda for the last league session, the Championship Session:

3:30-4:00 PM  Doors open. Set up
3:45-4:00 PM  Volunteers check in
4:00-4:30 PM  Teams check in and turn in Engineering Notebooks
4:00-4:45 PM  Robot Inspection
4:45-5:00 PM  Opening Ceremony/Announcements
5:00-7:00 PM  Judging and Skills Matches
7:00-7:45 PM  Teamwork Finals Matches and Awards
7:45-8:15 PM  Teams depart. Tear down. Doors close

Event Dates

Date: 10/23/2019

Venue/Location:

Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies
1001 Arroyo Avenue
San Fernando, California 91340
United States


Date: 11/20/2019

Venue/Location:

Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies
1001 Arroyo Avenue
San Fernando, California 91340
United States


Date: 12/18/2019

Venue/Location:

Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies
1001 Arroyo Avenue
San Fernando, California 91340
United States


Date: 01/22/2020

Venue/Location:

Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies
1001 Arroyo Avenue
San Fernando, California 91340
United States


Grade Level: All

Robot Skills Challenge Offered: Yes

STEM Research Offered: No

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Angie Jensen Cachon
Title: Principal
Email: ExploreASE@gmail.com
Phone: 818-838-3928
Event Day Phone: 818-838-3926

Secondary Contact
LeRoy Nelson
Title: Event Sponsor
Email: LeRoy@larobotics.org
Phone: 310-937-7226
Event Day Phone: 310-529-4637

Additional Contact Information:

Heinrich Sartin
Title: Local District Northeast STEAM Coordinator
Email: heinrich.sartin@lausd.net
Phone: 818-252-5448
Event Day Phone: 818-400-5875

General Info

This league is primarily for teams from schools in LAUSD Local District Northeast. Other teams may participate if space is available. This league will be meeting in the MPR or the Gym at Cesar E. Chavez Learning Acadamies. Parking is available in the lot located at Arroyo St. and Borden Ave.

When you register for this league, please choose Pay Later as your Payment Method and bring your league fee check for $150 per team to the League Coach Orientation or to the first league session. Please make your check payable to Academy of Scientific Exploration.

At least one coach from each team should attend the LAUSD Northeast VEX IQ League Coach Orientation at Chavez LA-ASE on Wednesday, September 18, 2019. When you register for the workshop, please enter your school name as the Organization.

Each league session begins with Team Check-in and Robot Inspection. Teams need to check in by 4:30 PM and robots need to pass inspection by 4:45 PM to be included in the Teamwork Challenge match schedule.

At Team Check for the first session, teams turn in release forms and league fee checks and sign up to provide one volunteer for at least one league session.

At the first Qualifying Session, each team will be scheduled for one Teamwork Challenge Practice Match and three Teamwork Challenge Qualifying Matches.

At the next two Qualifying Sessions, each team will be scheduled for four Teamwork Challenge Qualifying Matches.

STEM Research Project videos are due by Friday, December 20, 2019, the last school day before the winter break. Submit a link to your YouTube or SchoolTube video at: https://forms.gle/47S8pdGuwXvCAASp7.

At Team Check-in for the final Championship session in January, teams turn in Engineering Notebooks. Robot Skills Challenge Matches are not scheduled. Teams may participate in up to three Driving Skills Matches and up to three Programming Skills matches while Judges are reviewing Engineering Notebooks and interviewing teams. The Championship session concludes with Teamwork Challenge Finals Matches and Awards.

Teams need to provide at least one volunteer for at least one session. If we do not have enough volunteers, we may not be able to complete all scheduled matches. See the Volunteer tab for details.

We will have two competition fields and two practice fields at each session.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase.