Friday, March 15, 2013

Girl Scouts Participate in FLL and FTC

Congratulations to Girl Scouts of Nassau County's FLL and FTC Teams on their Successful 2013 Robotics Season!

It’s that time of the year…. our Robotics season has come to a close.  But there is no reason to be sad, because Girl Scouts of Nassau County gets to celebrate the amazing accomplishments of our Robotics Teams and look towards the future of Robotics in Nassau County.  We have the opportunity to share the world of STEM with many new faces and young minds. 

All of our FLL and FTC teams, with help from their coaches and mentors, had an amazing season! 

Girl Scouts of Nassau County’s seven FIRST LEGO League (FLL) teams, competed in the Student Business Partnership of Long Island's (SBPLI) 9th Annual FLL Qualifying Tournament. Of the seven, six teams won awards and moved on to the SBPLI Championship Tournament!

At the SBPLI Championship Tournament, two GSNC teams won awards. Merrick Masters :) won 1st Place for STRATEGY & INNOVATION!  Smart Cookies won the INNOVATIVE SOLUTION Award!


Girl Scouts of Nassau County’s FIRST TECH Challenge (FTC) teams—the IceBreakers, LEGOtronettes, and Bot Masters (Bot Masters is a Girl Scout/Boy Scout team) had fun competing at several tournaments this season including the Jacob Javits (NYC) FTC tournament, where the IceBreakers won the THINK Award! 

We congratulate ALL of the Girl Scouts of Nassau County FLL and FTC teams who won awards!  

We thank FLL teams Digital Darlings, LEGO Chicks, Seaford Supernovas, Zion Innovators, Robot Cookie Monsters, Merrick Masters :) and Smart Cookies and FTC teams IceBreakers, LEGOtronettes and Bot Masters for their hard work, perseverance and for representing Girl Scouts of Nassau County with courage, confidence and character! 

We are very proud of all of our Robotics Teams!!

Girl Scouts of Nassau County is dedicated to promoting girl's interest in STEM for girls in grades Kindergarten - 12! If you like to build or design things, do research or have an interest in communications, acting, science, technology, engineering or math then this may just be the program for YOU!  The girls on our robotic teams do more than just build robots, they do all of the above and have a lot of FUN while doing it! 

We invite any girl who is interested in joining a GSNC Robotics team to our Open House on Thursday, April 18, 2013. Please, go to the GSNC website,  and click on “Programs & Events” to reserve your spot!

Contact Patty Donohue-Brown at with questions. 

You can find more information on FIRST programs (FLL or FTC) at

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