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STLP State Champions 2019

More than 9,000 students, educators and parents from across Kentucky attended the 11th annual Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) State Championship on March 29, 2019 at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky. The students represented 460 schools and 115 school districts.

K-12 students showed what they know and can do with technology in the arts, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and many marketable career skills by participating in more than 50 technology categories including student-designed projects, products, services and live demonstrations. This event empowers students to use technology to problem-solve, create content, learn and achieve. Join us as we congratulate our Fayette County champions!

State list of champions.

Digital Product Award Ceremony  (1 hour)

State Championship Evening Awards Ceremony (2 hours)

 

Showcase Projects

Best in State Project 9-12: Project TLC

TLC Project

TLC Project- Instructional category, The Learning Center (high school division

This project is one of the four projects that won first place out of over 550 projects from across the state.

Best in Showcase Group

 

 

An Augmented Art Gallery - Technical category, Stonewall Elementary

 

BSHS Summer Reading  Website Design - Techical cagegory, Bryan Station High School

 

Interactive Bulletin Board - Instructional category, Maxwell Spanish Immersion Elementary

STEAM 2.0

STEAM 2.0 - Jacob Mangas, Instructonal category, STEAM Academy

 

The Conserve Energy Campaign - Service category, Yates Elementary

 

Water, Water, Everwhere - Service category, James Lane Allen Elementary

Student Leaders

Block Code Crew

The student submitted an application, was interviewed online, and was chosen to help mange the Robotics Room at the STLP State Championship.

 

Paige Hensley - Frederick Douglass High School

Live Production Team

The student was chosen to assist the KET production team as they live stream the STLP State Championship by submitting a sample of work and interviewing at an STLP regional competition.

 

Carley Craig - Leestown Middle School

 

 

Live Competitions

Bench Challenge

A team of two students answer a set of questions and the top teams troubleshoot a computer.

First
Place

 

Brody Antrobus & JC Chatting - Wellington Elementary

Game Design Challenge

A team of students made an oral presentation of their Game Design Concept.

Second
Place

 

Synergy by Audrey Stone & Mackie McDowell - Eastside Technical Center (high school division)

 

Photo on Demand

An individual student must capture one photo from a given theme and transform it within a time limit before bringing the titled image back to be viewed by the judges. 

First
Place

 

Emma Kate Caudill - Liberty Elementary

Proven Learning Quick Tech Recall

An individual student quickly replies to general technology questions.

First
Place

 

Krishna Bhatraju & Owen Cai - Winburn School

Racing to the Future:  Build and Design Challenge

An individual designs and builds the best car using STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math).

First
Place

 

Sydney Shelby - Morton Middle

First
Place

 

Stan Shelby, Jr. - Tates Creek High School

 

Racing to the Future: Race Time Championship

An individual car will race on a slot car track for fastest speed.

Second
Place

 

Sydney Shelby - Morton Middle

Second
Place

 

Stan Shelby, Jr. - Tates Creek High School

RCX - Ua Hala Ka Hala Island Adventure Challenge (Robo Challenge Xtreme)

Lego robots are built and programmed to complete missions for points within a 3-minute round. Regional team winners are invited to compete at the state level.

First
Place
(Elementary Division)

 

Downside Up Pandas - Ty McSpadden, Brylee Lester, Clays Mill Elementary School

First
Place
(Middle School Division)

 

Winburn 1- Sopie Mobley, Justin Wong, Lawrence Bai (not present), Layth Rahman (not present), Winburn Middle School

Second
Place
(Elementary Division)

 

Diamond Lizards - Nick Knowles, Zachari Ye, Clays Mill Elementary

Third
Place
(Elementary Division)

 

Giraffe Nation- Dylan Martin, Matea Ivanov, Clays Mill Elementary

Third
Place
(Middle School Division)

 

Winburn 2 - Elizabeth Mae Mobley, Sireesha Gutti, Jeremiah Hong, Conner Zhang (not present), Winburn Middle School

Fourth Place
(Elementary Division)

  Alpha Coderz - Myles Arnold, Juan Rison, Ewan Beaulieu, Madison Barfield, Mawadah ALBayati, Glendover Elementary 

Fifth Place (Elementary Division)

  Golden Cats  - Addyson Fischer, Henry Cprek, Clays Mill Elementary

Eighth Place (Elementary Division)

  NTX Titans - Becca Wills, Mable Trumbo, Gage Sellers, Liam Detjen, and Matthew Rudzik, Glendover Elementary


SumoBots

A team of two students presents their pre-programmed robot to compete in a circular ring, with the goal being to push the opposing robot out of the ring within the time limit. The robot that wins two out of three bouts wins the match. 

Second
Place

 

Jonah Feld & Blake Cegelka - Winburn Middle School


Product Awards

 

Documentary Video

A team created original documentary video using new footage. The documentary may include some still shots, images and other media, but the majority of the video is motion footage.

Second
Place

 

Job Well Dunn! by Jayanna Mock & Donise Hudson - Harrison Elementary)

 

Graphic Design

An individual student created a graphic design. The design contains text and images that is original and created by the student. Software is used to create and combine symbols, images and/or words to create a visual representation of ideas and messages.

First
Place

   

Academies of Bryan Station Course Directory Cover by Deja Baker - Bryan Station High School

 

Manipulated Photo

An individual student created an original digital image and then manipulated the image with software to create a new original image. Manipulation could include objects being added/removed or filte effcts applied.

First
Place

 

Lost in the Music by LaMargaret Johnson - Bryan Station High School

Original Photo

A digital image taken by an individual student. 

Second
Place

 

Dysphoria by Kevyn Flores Montes - Bryan Station High School

Technical Writing

An individual student cteated a technical writing that provides clear and precise suggentions or directions for using technology to solve a real problem. 

First
Place

 

Blue Screen Blues by Jayla Washington - Harrison Elementary