Feb 28, 2014 If you watch the IMSA@LMS calendar, you'll see that things are a bit different for the month of March. March 5 ~ No meeting. It's ISAT week and we want everyone to focus on the test. March 12 ~ No meeting, because we are going on a field trip later in the week. March 14 ~ Field trip to the Engineering Open House at the University of Illinois in Champaign. We will leave LMS at 8:00am and return by 4:00pm. Students may ride the activity bus when we return. READ MORE
Feb 20, 2014 Parents ~ Please use the link to the left to complete the IMSA Fusion survey before April 30, 2014. Students ~ You will be taking the IMSA Fusion Survey at our next meeting.
Feb 3, 2014 Student who attended last week's session will know how to decipher this code. Students who did not attend, will need to partner with a friend to find the answer. ILSFASXSEYTDOXXUWTXEHWEIEKSRXXEYCXOOGUDOXENMXEIX HINT: How many letters are there? What are the factors of that number?
Dec 17, 2013 IMSA @ LMS will meet again on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. Have a great winter break & we'll see everyone next year!!
Dec 9, 2013 This Wednesday we will be traveling to the IMSA campus in Aurora. We will leave LMS at 6:00am. Please arrive no earlier than 5:50am. We will return by 5:30pm. We will encourage students to call their parents as we get close to Springfield. Lunch will be provided. Students may wish to bring a small amount of money, as we will stop for a light breakfast.
Nov 20, 2013 How are triangles used in engineering & design? Click on the Keynote to find out!
Oct 31, 2013 After designing, testing, redesigning & final testing the results are in! Congratulations to Trevor, Eboni & Jocelyn for building the most precise catapult. While not always hitting the target, their catapult did hit the same place many times! Congratulations to Cete, Marye, Jason & Karl, for building the catapult which fired a projectile the farthest. Their average distance was 414. 53cm. Other results of the distance test are: Cete, Marye, Jason, Karl: 414. READ MORE
Oct 8, 2013 Be sure to submit your answers, and explanations, to both parts of the October Problem of the Month!
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