Congratulations to all our Dave McNeilly Coders for a job well done!

Third Annual Coding Competition - December 1, 2018

Congratulations to all our students who participated in the third annual Coding Competition hosted by FMPSD Tech on December 1, 2018. The tournament was held at the Fort McMurray Islamic School, and saw 28 elementary and three junior high teams competing with an estimated 100 students participating. Congratulations Dave McNeilly Public School on securing first place. Second place went to Walter and Gladys Hill Public School, and third place also went to Dave McNeilly Public. Junior high awards went to the Islamic School. 

Please see complete list of winners and photo album below:

Team Spirit Award

Infinity Ravens (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School)

Team Leadership

Code Hangers (Ecole Dickinsfield School)

 
People's Choice Award (Online voting)

1)  Tynker  Galactic (Fort McMurray Islamic School)

2)  Robo Ravens  (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School)

3)  Infinity Ravens  (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School)

 
Complexity

1)  McNeilly Tech (Dave McNeilly Public School)

2) Mystery Coders  (Walter and Gladys HIll Public School)

3) Radioactive Ravens (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School)

 
Communication

1) McNeilly Tech (Dave McNeily Public School)

2) Mystery Coders (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School)

3) Technological Terrors (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School)

 
Creativity

1) McNeilly Tech (Dave McNeilly Public School)

2) De Boiz  (Fort McMurray Islamic School)

3) The Nightmares (Ecole  Dikinsfeild School)

 
Playability
 
1)  McNeilly Tech (Dave McNeilly Public School)

2)  Mystery Coders (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School

3) Technological Terrors (Dave McNeilly)

Tournament Champions (Div III Grades 7-9)

1) De Boiz (Fort McMurray Islamic School)

2) Phoenix  (Fort McMurray Islamic School) 

3)  Ninjas (Fort McMurray Islamic School)

Tournament Champions (Div II Grades 4-6)

1) McNeilly Tech  (Dave McNeilly Public School)

2) Mystery Coders  (Walter and Gladys Hill Public School)

3) Technological Terrors (Dave McNeilly Public School)