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 parents and learners, Hopefully, everyone is rested and ready to go! Do your best to keep up with assignments in your online course. Check your course calendar tab to see your course pacing calendar. To make sure you are not missing any work, view the weekly agendas on the LEFT SIDEBAR under COURSE ASSIGNMENTS. … Continue reading “Message from the Director”
Documentaries are a great tool for learning about important issues and how they impact real people. This particular list should spark some meaningful discussions and projects. https://www.commonsense.org/education/blog/9-great-movies-for-the-middle-school-classroom Teaching tips are included. Some topics are difficult and may not be appropriate for all students.
It’s time for the annual Marina del Rey Boat Parade! Families can enjoy sledding, fireworks, the boat parade and more. Admission is free! Saturday, Dec. 9 12-6 p.m. Snow Wonder at Burton Chace Park 5:55-6 p.m. Fireworks Show 6-8 p.m. 55th Annual Holiday Boat Parade For more information — including viewing spots and parking — … Continue reading “Check Out the Marina del Rey Boat Parade”
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”
Laguna Beach hosts more than 100 artists at their winter festival over a five-week period: Dec. 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 & 17 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Many different types of artwork will be shared including: jewelry, blown glass, ceramics, woodwork, photography, sculpture and clothing. To learn more about the Sawdust Arts and Crafts … Continue reading “Sawdust Arts and Crafts Festival”
Biology, Physical Education, Health I am a Cal Lutheran graduate. I earned a degree in liberal studies with an emphasis in biology. I have a creative and inquisitive mind, which makes me constantly seek for a deeper meaning in education. I am intrigued with alternative and progressive methods of educating, and my thirst for knowledge/practice … Continue reading “Course Facilitator Spotlight: Emilie Evenson”