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06-23-2002, 09:59 PM
Posted by Tim Murray, Student on team #126, Gael Force, from Clinton High School and NYPRO inc..

Posted on 3/8/99 12:58 PM MST



does anyone know who won some of the awards for the ksc regional such as the motorolla quality, honeywell controls, etc.??

Thanks

Tim Murray

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:59 PM
Posted by Mike S of team #21, Boeing NASA-KSC "ComBBAT", from Titusville HS, Astronaut HS sponsored by Boeing.

Posted on 3/10/99 7:21 PM MST


In Reply to: KSC awards posted by Tim Murray on 3/8/99 12:58 PM MST:



We were there and I remember some of the awards, but don't quote me. We,
The Boeing ComBBAT team won the sportsmanship award. I will have more on that
later. The NASA-KSC SpaceCoast team (#233) won the Rookie All Star
award. The Creativity award went to Baxter Coqui (#15). Either the quality or
the controls award went to Raytehon (#148). That's all my feeble memory
seems to have retained.

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:59 PM
Posted by Dan, Student on team #10, BSM, from Benilde-St. Margaret's and Banner Engineering.

Posted on 3/10/99 8:12 PM MST


In Reply to: Re: KSC awards posted by Mike S on 3/10/99 7:21 PM MST:



This is from the FIRST page:
"Most Photogenic Award:
Team 10 - Banner Engineering Corporation & Benilde -St. Margaret's School (St. Louis Park, MN)

Best Play of the Day Award:
Team 312 - Heat Wave Consortium & Center for Advanced Technologies at Lakewood High School (St. Petersburg, FL)
& Team 212 - Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School (Aventura, FL)

Rookie All Star Award:
Team 290 - Motorola/Ted's Marine & Saint Andrew's School (Boca Raton, FL)
& Team 233 - NASA / Lockheed Martin / Parametric Technology Corporation & Merritt Island HS / Rockledge HS / Cocoa Beach HS (Kennedy Space Center, FL)

Judges Award for Perseverance:
Team 168 - North Miami Beach Senior High School (North Miami Beach, FL)

DaimlerChrysler Team Spirit Award:
Team 59 - Florida International University & Miami Coral Park Senior High School (Miami, FL)

Xerox Creativity Award:
Team 15 - Baxter Fenwal San German & Lola Rodriguez De Tio High School & Laura Mercado High School & San German InterAmerican High School (San German, PR)

Honeywell Leadership in Control Award:
Team 16 - Baxter Healthcare Corporation & Mountain Home High School (Mountain Home, AR)

Motorola Quality Award:
Team 312 - Team 312 - Heat Wave Consortium & Center for Advanced Technologies at Lakewood High School (St. Petersburg, FL)

Featherweight in the Finals Award:
Team 212 - Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School (Aventura, FL)

#1 Seed Award:
Team 16 - Baxter Healthcare Corporation & Mountain Home High School (Mountain Home, AR)

Outstanding Defense Round Award:
Team 10 - Banner Engineering Corporation & Benilde -St. Margaret's School (St. Louis Park, MN)
& Team 79 - Honeywell Inc. & East Lake High School (Clearwater, FL)

Best Offensive Round Award:
Team 278 - Honeywell Inc. & Edgewater High School (Ocoee, FL)

The Human Action Respect and Teamwork Judges Award:
Team 147 -Raytheon E-Systems & Boca Ciega High School & Dixie M. Hollins High School & Dunedin High School (St. Petersburg, FL)

Johnson & Johnson Best Sportsmanship Award:
Team 21 - Boeing NASA-KSC / Brevard Community College & Astronaut High School & Titusville High School (Kennedy Space Center, FL)

Finalist Award:
Team 16 - Baxter Healthcare Corporation & Mountain Home High School (Mountain Home, AR)
& Team 278 - Honeywell Inc. & Edgewater High School (Ocoee, FL)

1999 Kennedy Space Center Regional Championship Award:
Team 239 - Boston Scientific Symbiosis / Turner Technical Arts High School and Miami Springs High School (Miami, FL)
& Team 15 - Baxter Fenwal San German & Lola Rodriguez De Tio High School & Laura Mercado High School & San German InterAmerican High School (San German, PR)"

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:59 PM
Posted by Steve Smith , Student on team #131, Chaos, from Central and Osram Sylvania.

Posted on 3/10/99 8:29 PM MST


In Reply to: Re: KSC awards posted by Dan on 3/10/99 8:12 PM MST:




Hey yo, hows it going out in FIRST LAND. I have been interested in becoming a coach for my team for quite some time. I'm disapointed to say im at the end of a line of adults. They have alwys done a good job and i have no complaints however i feel that this should be run more student orientatedly. I would like to know how many teams out there have student coaches and whether or not they work out for you.

Check the pain,
Smitty

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:59 PM
Posted by Jason, Coach on team #252/254, Bay Bombers/Cheesy Poofs, from Broadway High and NASA Ames.

Posted on 3/10/99 9:37 PM MST


In Reply to: Its Survey Time in CHITOWN posted by Steve Smith on 3/10/99 8:29 PM MST:



:
: Hey yo, hows it going out in FIRST LAND. I have been interested in becoming a coach for my team for quite some time. I'm disapointed to say im at the end of a line of adults. They have alwys done a good job and i have no complaints however i feel that this should be run more student orientatedly. I would like to know how many teams out there have student coaches and whether or not they work out for you.

: Check the pain,
: Smitty


Steve,

I am the teacher/coach for my team. I can't speak first hand, but if you really want some good info about your question, you should contact the GUNN HIGH Team in CA (#192 I think). I could be wrong, but I got the impression that the students take on a tremendous amount of the responsibilities. I got the impression that the returning students actually take on most of or a lot of the coaching/admin/engineering duties. It was really quite impressive. I was so fooled (not hard since my team & I are all rookies), only after talking to a few of the "coaches" from GUNN - coaches who answered some of our questions and gave us very wise ideas/solutions, did I realize/find out that they were students. Quite humbling for me and also quite impressive as I said. Kind of an inspiration to see the knowledge and responsibility they have gained. I'm curious as to how many other teams are to the point where students can run the ship. (certainly gives our students some high standards to look up to - which I think is great) So my advice would be to call or e-mail the students at GUNN (I think a very impressive student named Brad is actually their coach or co-coach - but they'd be the ones to ask, I'm just speculating.
Good Luck to you in your "coaching" aspirations Steve

P.S. I don't know if "HALL or NASH" could coach a successful team though. :)

Jason