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Sixth Grade Science Camp
Thursday evening Sci-Tech will be recognizing a staff member, Mrs. Janousek, and a student, David Cisneros, at the WJUSD Board meeting. The meeting begins at 6:30 pm and is held at the district office. The address is 435 Sixth Street. Sci-Tech's recognition will be at the beginning of the meeting, so please get there early! Please come and show your support for our Sci-Tech community.
Conference Week - Minimum Days/Semana de Conferencias - Dia Minimos
March 20th - March 24th / Marzo 20 - Marzo 24
2017-2018 Enrollment Packet
**We still have a few Kinder spaces available for the 17-18 school year.
Please let your family and friends know so they can apply!**
We are taking applications for the 2017-18, applications from the 16-17 school year DO NOT carry over year to year.
Estamos aceptando aplicaciones para el año escolar del 2017-18, las aplicaciones del año escolar 16-2017 no se llevan mas de un año.
Ten Charter Schools Reach The Finals in The Center for Education Reform's
"Hey John Oliver, Back Off My Charter School!" Contest
WASHINGTON, DC — Ten charter schools from across the country have been named finalists in the Center for Education Reform's sponsored “Hey John Oliver, Back Off My Charter School!” video contest.
The top ten finalists are:
The contest was launched by The Center for Education Reform (CER) in August in response to a segment of HBO’s Last Week Tonight, hosted by comedian John Oliver, which painted a scathing and untrue portrait of America’s charter schools.
“As we said then, Mr. Oliver could have focused on the great work being done by charters all across the country, or on the thousands of individual success stories charters have helped write,” said CER Founder & CEO Jeanne Allen. “But instead, he criticized the very idea of charter schools in every way he could, setting off a negative media frenzy and arming opponents with a bevy of distorted characterizations they could use to oppose charter school cap lifts, and spur calls for moratoriums on charter schools.”
“To bring some balance to his ‘report’ we asked schools, parents, teachers and students to produce a short video showing why they chose to attend their charter school, and why innovative and diverse schools can better serve the needs of students and communities. The results of the contest are extraordinary. Once you see the video content and hear the messages, you really understand how much these schools mean to kids, their families and communities.”
CER received 250 video entries from 32 states across the country. The videos were judged on creativity, originality, message, and impact.
The winner of the contest will be announced on November 14th, so as not to be overshadowed by the elections, and will receive a $100,000 donation prize.
About the Center for Education Reform
Founded in 1993, the Center for Education Reform aims to expand educational opportunities that lead to improved economic outcomes for all Americans — particularly our youth — ensuring that the conditions are ripe for innovation, freedom and flexibility throughout U.S. education.
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Sci-Tech's calendar is slightly different than the district's calendar. Sci-Tech does not have minimum Wednesdays. Instead, there are 5 Collaboration Days when teachers are working but students do not have school.
Friday, September 2, 2016
Monday, October 10, 2016
Friday, November 18, 2016
Friday, March 17, 2017
Monday, May 8, 2017
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