2021 KMS Future City Awards

  • CONGRATULATIONS to our KMS Future City Teams who won the following awards in the  2021 Future City Regional Competition.

    ODYSSEY OUTPOST - Justin Hsu, Peyton King, Gabriel Duncan and Tommy Chen

    • Best Planned City 
    • Best Water Treatment Process 
    • Best Project Plan 
    • Best City Q&A 

    CELESTIAL STATION - Cody Goldschmidt, Aaron Arnold, Owen Trippi and Alex Trippi

    • 3rd Place - $45 each Student ($35 Mentor and Teacher)
    • Best Use of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy – $20 gift card each student ($10 Mentor & Teacher)
    • Best Energy System – $20 gift card each student ($10 Mentor & Teacher)
    • Best Essay – $20 gift card each student ($10 Mentor & Teacher)

     LUNA VICTORIA - Brandon Enlund, Dylan Enlund and Thomas Watkins

    • Best Land Surveying Practices 

     LUNAR OASIS - Jayden Broughton, Athena Washburn and Cheyenne Ashley

    • Quality Impact 
    • Most Creative Use of Materials


    To join, REMIND,  text the number 81010 or go the the webpage, www.REMIND.com and enter the class code @kmscity.  

    Future City is an exciting engineering competition that gives middle school students opportunity to apply STEM practices as they to plan, create and develop a city of the future.  All students in the KMS Future City Club will learn about city management by creating a future city using SimCity software.  Students selected to participate in the regional competition will work directly with Mrs. Gore and an engineer mentor.   Students will be instructed in engineering practices as they prepare to present their solution to a citywide sustainability issue by developing a project plan, writing a 1,500-word essay describing their city; creating a scale model; and presenting their city to a panel of judges at the Regional Competition in January.  

    Last year three Kennedy teams competed in the Regional Compeition.  Our students  took home more trophies than any other school and won second place and fifth place overall.  


KMS First Place at Regionals 2018