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Award CategoryAwardTeam #Team NameSchool/OrganizationLocationAward Description

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Champion's Awards1st Place (advances to FLL World Festival in St. Louis, MO)979ArthridroidsSkagway SchoolsSkagwayThe Champion’s award recognizes a team that embodies the FLL experience, by fully embracing our Core Values while achieving excellence and innovation in both the Robot Game and Project.

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2nd Place (advances to FLL Open at LEGOLAND, CA)9170Electronically Overdressed SenioritasGirl Scouts of AlaskaAnchorage

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Robot AwardsDesign1906Sand Lake SamuraiSand Lake ElementaryAnchorageThe Robot awards recognize teams that excel in Mechanical Design, Programming and Strategy & Innovation categories. These teams use outstanding programming principles and solid engineering practices to develop a robot that is mechanically sound, durable, efficient and highly capable of performing challenge missions.

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Programming14237Ocean View Robotic Seals IIOcean View ElementaryAnchorage

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Strategy & Innovation5698Bear Valley BrickmastersBear Valley Elementary Anchorage

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1st Place Performance (score of 420 points)9170Electronically Overdressed SenioritasGirl Scouts of AlaskaAnchorageRobot Performance awards recognize the teams that score the most points during the Robot Game. Teams have a chance to compete in at least three 2.5 minute matches and their highest score counts.

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2nd Place Performance11736GymBotsHomeschoolWasilla

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Project AwardsResearch8031Hanshew HawksHanshew MIddle SchoolAnchorageThe project awards recognize teams with excellent Research, Innovative Solutions and Presentations in the Project category. These temas use diverse resources to help gain a comprehensive understading of the problem they’ve identified, then developed creative, well-researched solutions and effectively communicated those findings to judges and their community.

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Presentation11736GymBotsHomeschoolWasilla

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Innovative Solution12198Arctic EldersWasilla Lake Christian SchoolWasilla

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Core Values AwardsInspiration12919Clark FalconbotsClark Middle SchoolAnchorageThe Core Values awards recognize teams that excel in the Inspiration, Teamwork and Gracious Professionalism® categories. These teams display extraordinary enthusiasm andspirit, know they can accomplish more together than they could as individuals, and show each other and other teams respect at all times.

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Teamwork10271The H.E.L.P.IDEAS HomeschoolKenai

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Gracious Professionalism8639Highland Tech Meddlesome KidsHighland Tech Charter SchoolAnchorage

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Judges' AwardsUp&Coming1364Tundra TechsGladys Jung ElementaryBethelDuring the course of competition the judges may encounter teams whose unique efforts, performance or dynamics merit recognition. Some teams have a story that sets them apart in a noteworthy way. Sometimes a team is so close to winning an award that the judges choose to give special recognition to the team. Judges Awards allow the freedom to recognize remarkable teams that stand out for reasons other than the Core Award categories.

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Leadership Development9171Youthful RebellionGirl Scouts of AlaskaJuneau

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Special Recognition AwardsOutstanding Coach/MentorAndrew & Celeste Long1442 - The MulbotsMuldoon 21st CCLC Afterschool ProgramAnchorageThis  award   goes  to  the  coach  or  mentor  whose  wisdom,  guidance,  and  devotion  are  most  clearly  evident  in  the  team’s   discussion  with  the  judges.  

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Outstanding VolunteerGreg Clem979 - ArthridroidsSkagway SchoolsSkagwayThe volunteer award honors an extraordinary volunteer whose dedication to the FLL program has a positive impact on the team experience.

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