Students Win Vex Robotics World Championship High School Build Award

Students Win Vex Robotics World Championships Build Award
Posted on 06/05/2022

SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENTS WIN VEX ROBOTICS
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HIGH SCHOOL BUILD AWARD

[SAN DIEGO, CA, MAY 2022] SDUSD students Jesse Reyna and Jeanelle Reyna won
the Build Award at the 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship in Dallas, TX on May 7,
2022. Jesse Reyna is a freshman at the Kearny School of Biomedical Science and
Technology and Jeanelle Reyna is a 7th grader at Montgomery Middle STEAM Magnet.

The 2022 World Championship Build Award was presented to only 10 teams out of a
pool of 10,550 in the VEX Robotics Competition. Teams that receive the Build Award
exemplify overall excellence in building a high quality robot with commitment to robot
performance as well as an effective and efficient robot design process. Their robots are
well-crafted and show a clear dedication to safety and attention to detail, an efficient use
of mechanical and electric components, and reliability on the competition field.

Jeanelle Reyna was also selected as a finalist for her entry in the International Girl
Powered Essay Contest entitled “A Tipping Point in ‘HER’story.”
Team 948J of Limitless Robotics has won several awards at the regional level this
season, including the Excellence Award for overall program excellence and the Judges
Award for exemplifying special attributes, exemplary effort and perseverance at the
event.

This is their first season of competition and for more information about the team please
contact [email protected]

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