Congratulations to the 2018 Odyssey Angels Project Winners from Big Cypress Elementary School in Naples!
The Odyssey Angels program challenges teams and team members to use their creativity and problem-solving abilities to help their community in ways that usually be overlooked.
This year, Big Cypress Elementary created a way to craft sleeping mats for the homeless via their plastic shopping bag looms, and much much more.
Their entry video is linked below.
The Sun Region and Florida Odyssey of the Mind are so very proud of you all and what you're accomplished. We look forward to seeing your project on display at World Finals!
Big Cypress Elementary school has been named the 2018 Odyssey Angels Project winner!
Congratulations to all Sun Region Teams who participated in the State Tournament on April 14th!
Special Congratulations to the 6 teams advancing to represent the Sun Region at World Finals!
P1D3 - Sarasota Christian School
P3D2 - Homeschoolers of Collier County
P4D1 - Bay Haven School
P4D2 - Oakridge Middle School
P4D3 - Sarasota Military Academy
P5D2 - North Naples Middle School
2018 Florida State Tournament results can be found here.
Regional Results have been posted!
Congratulations to all teams advancing to the State Tournament at UCF on April 14th!
New Forms have been posted for all State Tournament qualifiers.
Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem-solving program for students K-12 and college. It provides teams with the opportunity to learn creative problem solving, teamwork, brainstorming, self-reliance, and respect for individual strengths -- unique, unforgettable experiences that will serve them in every aspect of their lives now and in the future.
Teams of five to seven students develop solutions to one of six Long Term Problems over several months, while practicing for a Spontaneous Problem. Teams, problems and competitions are organized into five divisions by age groups (Primary, I, II, III, IV). The primary division problem is a demonstration problem that is not judged competitively.