December 20: Last day to sign up for Science Accelerator opportunity
December 20: End of Semester 1 for full-time learners.
December 20-January 15: Winter Break
January 16: Start of semester full-time families for coach meetings and advisory activities
January 17: Semester 1 official Reports of Progress emailed to full-time families
January 27: Start of Semester 2/Quarter 3 classes
Dear Families, Happy 2018! May your year be filled with rich experiences! We are entering: Week 6, 2nd quarter for middle school Week 14, 1st semester for high school The end of the semester is just around the corner for high school learners. Let us know if you need any help with second semester scheduling. … Continue reading “Message from the Director”
Information at Your Fingertips Archive.org has been backing up the Web for the last 21 years! Search any topic, and you are likely to find books, videos, and news articles. If you are looking for historical documentation, this could be your ticket.
http://lastbookstorela.com The Last Bookstore is a two-story treasure trove of over 250,000 used and new books! The 22,000-square-foot store includes a Victorian drawing room, sci-fi touches, and a loft. Owner Chad Howitt is doing what he loves; he is working with books and trying to keep paper books viable in the age of e-readers and … Continue reading “Support Your Local Bookstore”
WHEN: Every Monday at 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: Westwood, UCLA Meteorite Gallery, 595 Charles Young Drive East, Los Angeles, Ca COST: Free AGES: All Ages From the Gallery’s Website: Opened in January 2014, the gallery is open to the public weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sundays from 1 to 4 … Continue reading “UCLA’s Meteorite Gallery Rocks!”
Bowers Museum 2002 N Main St Santa Ana, CA 92706 Now through Jan. 28, you can see the Antarctic as it looked 100 years ago during the trans-Antarctic expedition. Sir Ernest Shackleton led this journey, and it was documented with photographs taken by Frank Hurley. Hurley’s work and some artifacts from the expedition will be on … Continue reading “Chill Out at the Bowers Museum”
NOTE: Some learners might find this absolutely fascinating, but others may find it ‘gross’. These are real bodies… THE SCOOP: It’s the West Coast debut of the amazing show about the intricacies of the human body. This special exhibition presents the body in health and distress, its vulnerabilities and potential, and many of the challenges … Continue reading “Body Worlds and the California Science Center”
Griffith Observatory hosts a free public star party one Saturday a month from 2 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. What a great opportunity to chat with astronomers and look at the moon, planets, etc. Upcoming Star Parties: 2017 Dec. 16 2018 Jan. 27 Feb. 24 March 24 April 21 May 19 June 23 For more dates … Continue reading “Free Stargazing at Griffith Observatory”
Innovations Tutor I’ve worked and assisted with different areas at SCVi, including Kids Club, on-site tutoring, and online course tutoring. I’ve studied in Tokyo at Kudan Institute of Japanese Language and Culture and often create digital art. I’m available for tutoring via Remind at anytime.