Congratulations to the 6th grade teams representing The Rhoades School at the Southern California Regional Future City Competition on Sunday, January 12 in Los Angeles, CA. The students showcased their scaled 3D city models, presented in front of judging panels, and answered numerous questions from special awards judges related to this year’s theme – Clean Water: Tap Into Tomorrow. This challenge asked students to identify a threat to their future city’s water supply and design a resilient system to ensure a reliable supply of clean drinking water. Competing against roughly 30 teams, consisting mainly of 7th and 8th grade students, we are proud to share that our L’eauston team took home 2nd place overall and Best City Model, and our Saltwater City team took home the Community Awareness special award. In addition, our Atlantica team was highlighted and interviewed for a news story on KTLA. Go Rhoades future city planners, architects, and engineers!