As time ticks for Engineers of the Future’s Project 1 due date, our Lowell Lions put their minds together to construct the pieces to their 3-D transit structure model. This is the second-largest group of our program and the expectations are high! Eight graders Jobani Esquivel and Eddy Lopez have proven to have some of the sharpest minds in this program and the rest of the Lowell pack is just as talented.
Our mentors Luis Mota and Chris Chaffee have helped the students measure and create accurate measurements to meet all of the criteria for Project 1, and have taught our young innovators a lot. Eight graders Lauren Rosas and Angel Hernandez appear to be the spokespeople of the group, and will have no problem speaking on behalf of Lowell at our panel presentations next month. This group of students lacks zero confidence and believes they can produce the best transit structure.
Entering the following weeks, the students have made a commitment to work harder and harder every day and work together to make sure our project is flawless. Stay tuned for updates on Engineers of the Future and expect nothing but amazing work from Lowell Elementary. Go Lions!