Over the past winter St. Louis School Aqua Knights, a group of ambitious third, fourth and sixth-grade students, worked diligently to prepare for the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Regional competition, building a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and preparing a companion presentation.  The Aqua Knights were one of just 35 teams of students to compete at Villanova University with other students up to the tenth grade, and their efforts yielded spectacular results! They won First Place for product presentation, Second Place for robot demonstration and Second Place overall!  We congratulate the team members and their coaches for their hard work and dedication.  The St. Louis community is proud of their hard work, dedication and ultimate success!