The Lego program here at Lewis & Clark Montessori Charter School is geared to expand our students imagination through building Lego MOCs (my own creations), building and programming robots, producing stop motion videos (using the Lego city they have designed and built) and attending both regional Lego conventions and competing in Lego Robotics competitions.
We plan to use any raised funds to offer financial assistance to make our program more accessible to all students and to expand our stock of Lego elements to allow us to work on more specific engineering and creation ideas and explore student’s designs. The funds will also help defray the cost of entry fees & transportation incurred exhibiting at conventions and participating in Lego Robotics competitions throughout the year.
This year, the club will be an exhibitor at Bricks Cascade 2020 Lego Convention being held in Portland, OR from February 26th-March 1st. This is a great opportunity for the kids to not only show their building skills but to learn directly from master builders during the 2 days prior to the convention. At the convention, we will bring part of our Lego city and demonstrate creating a stop motion project in the city, bring interactive robotics for young kids to work and play with and display many of the MOC's we have built. The convention itself will provide our students with experience interacting with the public and sharing their creations. This opportunity will also help us to grow and expand our Lego program so more students can experience all the amazing things that can be done with Legos.
Your support will make a difference in our students Lego experience this year and in the future. Contributions of any amount will make a positive impact.
Lewis & Clark Montessori Charter School is a non-profit organization and a registered 501(c)(3).
All donations are tax deductible.
Please contact Douglas Carnie at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Thank you from the LCMCS Lego Team.