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North Penn Now: Three teams from North Penn advance to Odyssey of the Mind World Finals – April 10, 2019
Ten student teams from the North Penn School District (NPSD) recently competed in the Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind State Competition, and three of those teams will advance to the World Finals Competition at Michigan State University.
Tribune-Review: Penn Hills High School students earn awards at state competition – April 10, 2019
Penn Hills High School’s Odyssey of the Mind team recently earned awards at a statewide competition.
They competed against other schools in the Pennsylvania State Odyssey of the Mind Association’s state finals tournament earlier this month at Pocono Mountain East High School in Monroe County. At least 180 teams from across the state participated.
Blue Ridge Communications TV13 News: Odyssey of the Mind State Competition – April 7, 2019
WNEP: Students Put Their Minds to the Test for Annual Competition – March 9, 2019
South Hills Almanac: Spider, girl, pig help propel Mt. Lebanon students to Odyssey finals – July 10, 2018
Melody and four of her classmates at Mellon Middle School in Mt. Lebanon, plus one who is ready to start sixth grade there, teamed up to create the slanted scenario for their project in the Odyssey of the Mind creative problem-solving program. Their efforts, which started even before last school year began, earned them a trip to the program’s World Finals, where they finished 12th among 60 teams overall in their age division and second for style points.
Upper St. Clair Patch: Upper St. Clair Students Fare Well In International Competition – June 1, 2018
Mexico, Poland, Singapore, China and – Upper St. Clair? Yes, two Upper St. Clair teams finished in the top 10 in a recent international competition, the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals at Iowa State University.
LancasterOnline: Shattering expectations: Fritz Elementary places in the top 10 at Odyssey of the Mind world finals – May 30, 2018
As they practiced their performance on Saturday morning, fourth- and fifth-grade students from Fritz Elementary School competing in the Odyssey of the Mind world finals noticed something was off.
The energy and passion that propelled them to this point wasn’t there.
So they formed a circle and encouraged one another, pointing out the strengths of each of the seven team members. As teacher and coach Jason Zimmerman said, “it wasn’t about self-motivation, it was about team motivation.”
LNP / LancasterOnline.com: Fritz Elementary students thirst for a good showing at this week’s Odyssey of the Mind world finals – May 21, 2018
Imagine this: King Tutankhamun — better known as King Tut — is keeping all of Egypt’s water to himself. The townspeople are desperate for hydration. So a pair of twin brothers, with no more than the raggedy clothes on their backs and a few cheap, salvaged materials, challenge the pharaoh to a triathlon to take back their water.
And they win.
It takes quite the imagination to envision such a story, but that’s exactly what seven Fritz Elementary School students have done. They’ve made it to the world finals of the international problem-solving competition Odyssey of the Mind — for the second consecutive year — by doing so.
Main Line Media News: Tredyffrin-Easttown Odyssey of the Mind team earns spot in World Finals – May 9, 2018
In its second year of competing in the Odyssey of the Mind (OOTM) competition, the team of seven fourth-graders from New Eagle Elementary (NEES) won first place at the PA State Finals for Division 1, Problem 5.
It is one of two Pennsylvania teams in its division and category to advance to the international World Finals competition at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. Nearly 800 teams composed of more than 5,000 first- to 12th-grade students from 20 countries will compete at this event.
Montgomeryville Patch: North Penn’s Odyssey Of The Mind Team Advances To World Finals – April 20, 2018
Student teams from North Penn performed admirably at the Pennsylvania State Odyssey of the Mind (OotM) earlier this month, with one advancing to the world finals next month at Iowa State University.
WFMZ-TV: Lehigh Valley teams going to World Finals in scholastic competition – April 19, 2018
Two groups representing one local school district are getting ready to compete on the world stage in a unique event, the Odyssey of the Mind 2018 World Finals.
The Abington Journal: Abington Heights Middle School team makes Odyssey of the Mind World Finals – April 16, 2018
A group of fifth-graders from Abington Heights Middle School advanced to the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals, the largest creative problem-solving competition in the world.
NorthcentralPA.com: Two WASD Odyssey of the Mind Teams Advance to 2018 World Finals – April 16, 2018
Two Williamsport Area School District Odyssey of the Mind teams will head to the 2018 World Finals after securing first-place wins at the state round on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at Pocono Mountain East Campus.
Yadley Voice: Pennsbury Teams Demonstrate Creative Problem Solving During Odyssey Of The Mind Competition – March 27, 2018
More than 130 students from Pennsbury School District competed in the Southeast Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind Regional Competition held at Pennsbury High School on Saturday, March 3rd.
Blue Ridge TV13: Odyssey of the Mind at Pocono Mountain West – March 19, 2018
Area school students are harnessing their creativity to find innovative ways to solve problems. It’s all part of an exercise called the “Odyssey of the Mind.” More than seven hundred students from 40 area schools competed in the Northeast Regional Competition Saturday at Pocono Mountain West High School.
WNEP: Odyssey of the Mind Regional Competition – March 17, 2018
TOBYHANNA TOWNSHIP, Pa. – More than 700 students from all over the area are hoping their creativity will lead them to a state title.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Hampton teams qualify for Odyssey of the Mind state competition – March 13, 2018
Two Hampton Township School District teams qualified for the state competition thanks to top finishes at the Western Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind Regional Tournament on Saturday, March 3, at Moon Area Middle and High Schools.
WNEP: Odyssey of the Mind – March 7, 2018
WILLIAMSPORT – Students at Cochran Primary in Williamsport hope their treasure map will lead them to gold. A gold medal that is. Second and third graders have worked hard preparing for this year’s Odyssey of the Mind competition.
WNEP: More than a Week Without Power in Pike County – March 10, 2018
At Delaware Valley High School near Milford, students competing in Odyssey of the Mind, a team engineering competition, worked on their projects. With the competition next week, the storm forced them work from home, leaving them behind.
Bucks County Courier Times: Pennsbury to host Southeastern Pennsylvania Odyssey of Mind Saturday – March 1, 2018
Looking for something different to do this weekend? Pennsbury High School is hosting the Southeastern Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind Tournament at 8 a.m. Saturday.
WNEP: Williamsport Area Students Head to Global Creative Competition – May 23, 2017
WILLIAMSPORT – To build a winning team, 10-year-old Tyler Williamson believes sometimes you need to build your friendships first.
“I’ve known him since I can remember honestly. He’s my neighbor you work with our dads,” said Tyler Williamson.
The friends in fourth and fifth grade at Curtain Intermediate School in Williamsport are also team members. They compete in a global competition, Odyssey of the Mind.
WNEP: Odyssey of the Mind State Finals in Berwick – April 12, 2014
BERWICK – Students from all over Pennsylvania competed on Saturday at the Odyssey of the Mind State Finals held at the Berwick Area High School in Columbia County.
WNEP: Students Compete in NEPA Odyssey Tournament – March 8, 2014
TOBYHANNA – Kids put their brains to the test in the Northeast Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind regional tournament in Monroe County. About 100 teams competed in the creative problem-solving tourney at Pocono Mountain West high school on Saturday.