The current version of the EV3 Lab software is not compatible with the upcoming update to macOS, called Catalina. We are therefore introducing a brand-new EV3 app in November 2019, called LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Classroom. Based on the SPIKE™ app, EV3 Classroom will feature a coding language based on Scratch that we are confident will unleash the full potential of EV3 in the FIRST LEGO League program. The first release of EV3 Classroom will be in US English, followed by the other 15 EV3 languages in spring 2020. To continue to enjoy an uninterrupted EV3 experience and to avoid losing your programs, we strongly recommend that you do not update to Catalina until the end of the FIRST LEGO League season in July 2020. If you have already updated to the new OS, please contact Technical Consumer Service at education.LEGO.com/en-us/support to discuss how we can help you during this transition period. For further questions and support, we encourage you to reach out to Technical Consumer Service using the link above.
To tap into discussions about CITY SHAPER visit the FIRST FORUMS.
Remember that FIRST Forum discussions are unofficial. Refer to CITY SHAPER Challenge Updates for OFFICIAL modifications and clarifications to the CITY SHAPER challenge.
Tournament check list for coaches
Team Roster printed from the coach's FIRST Dashboard account with consent box of team members checked or team roster with parent signed Paper Consent and Release forms for any students without an electronic signature Tournament Fees are to be paid in advance of events to the Robotics Alliance of Mississippi Lunch money in the exact amount if the team pre-ordered lunches. A Core Values Poster to present in Core Values judging. (REQUIRED at Championship)
All Mississippi teams are requested to bring a Core Values Poster to the Championships tournament, following the instructions in the document linked above. Core Values Posters are not required at the qualifier level but are recommended.
All Mississippi teams will present a Robot Design Executive Summary during Robot Design judging. An "executive summary" is often used by engineers to briefly outline the key elements of a product or project.
Additionally, teams do not need to create a poster or written material for the RDES. However, teams may share pictures of the design process and records of strategy sessions and are strongly encouraged to bring examples of programming (either printed or on the laptop.
kick off video
Learn about the CITY SHAPER Innovation Project, Robot Game and FIRST Core Values