In total, Corunna's Odyssey of the Mind program produced five World Finals qualifying teams. The Elsa Meyer Elementary team of Claire Chunko, Emmie Hebekeuser, Evelyn Lindberg, Lorelai Miller, Ezra Nellis, Audrey Taphouse and Brayden Williamson also worked on the OMER vehicle problem.
Corunna Middle School, Problem 2 (Technical) - Tony Dominguez, Kenny Evans, Aiden Nellis, Ramsay Rau, Lillia Reid, Amy Vovcsko and Anderson Zachar
Corunna Middle School, Problem 2 (Technical) - Tye DeLorge, Harrison Lindberg, Hoyt McCorkle, Karizma McIver-Helias, Ben Scott, Isla Sule and Payton Wiggins; and
Corunna Middle School, Problem 5 (Theatrical) - Joel DeLorge, Landon Geren, Donovan Holzhausen-McCarrick, Alyssa Middleton, Matthew Rann, Mercedes Richards and Lincoln Smith, also participated.
Problem 2, "Hide in Plain Sight," challenged teams to build a mechanical creature that is able to hide by changing its appearance to avoid being detected by a Searcher Character.
Problem 5, "Opposites Distract," challenged teams to create and present a humorous performance about a sneaky character that distracts others while trying to take control of something.
Corunna's OM teams are coached by George, Judy and Dan Flynn, Steve and Anna Rau and Jan Ray. "So proud of this team," Steve Rau wrote in a late Saturday Facebook post.
Watch the entire Odyssey of the Minds World Finals ceremony here!