Woodland Hills Students Take Top Honors at K’Nex STEM Design Challenge
The Fifth Annual K’Nex STEM Design Challenge took place at Duquesne University on April 8th. Teams of four students were challenged to move a ping pong ball four feet across a table using K’Nex pieces and at least one motor. Woodland Hills Academy students Aaniyah Garner, Madeline Douglas, Ella Conti and Rosalie Van Deusen earned second place in the 4th-5th grade competition for their project, The Crown Jewel’s Return. Shaffer 6th graders, Bilquisu Abdullah, River Beam, Sean Bright and Aiden Meininger, earned Honorable Mention in the 6th-8th grade competition for their design, Shaffer’s Ping Pong Park. Congratulations on a superior accomplishment by these students and all the Woodland Hills students that competed in the K’Nex Challenge at Duquesne!
Woodland Hills Academy 5th Grade: Madeline Douglas, Aaniyah Garner,
Ella Conti, Rosalie Van Deusen
Shaffer Elementary 6th Grade: River Beam, Sean Bright,
Aiden Meininger, Bilquisu Abdullah