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2016 Summer Site Office Hours

Closed Monday, June 27th to Friday, July 15th

Summer Office Hours begin Monday, July 18th: 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Closed Fridays: June 17th, July 22nd and July 29th

All School Sites will be closed Monday, August 8th until 11:00 a.m.
       Normal Office Hours Begin on Tuesday, August 9th
 
This site is no longer being updated.  Please visit our new site at: 
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Mrs. Dutchover - Learning Center - March 2016



The students of Mrs. Dutchover's Learning Center proudly display their completed work.  Mrs. Dutchover said she is especially impressed with the class and their diligent effort.   
 

Mrs. Nichols - Science/History - March 2016

  

Mrs. Nichols' Science class build solar ovens and cooked their very own s'mores. Shown: Ever H., Brandon B., and Matthew F., wrap dolls in strips of newspapers to simulate the mummification process of ancient Egypt in Mrs. Nichols' 6th grade History class.
 

MRS. WEAVER-BEAL - 8TH GRADE ENGLSIH - WRITING
 

After exploring expository texts and video documentaries about the impact that celebrities have on society, Mrs. Weaver-Beal's English 8 students complete a writing assignment that asks them to think about how they  might impact society in the future.  Students are creating a mock front page news story in which they will be the celebrities.

Mrs. Murch - US History - Dioramas
 

Students in Mrs. Murch's U.S. History classes spent time making a variety of models and dioramas depicting various significant events in American History.  Pictured above are: (left) Anthony E. and (right) Ava Z. with some stellar examples! 
 
Mr. Bennett, Art Class - March 2016 - Perspective Drawing


Mr. Bennett's Ceramic and 3D Design Class did a one
point perspective lesson on a covered bridge and here
is a fine example of the finished product by
Alexis S.


Mrs. Nichols - Science/History - March 2016


 

MRS. WEAVER-BEAL - MARCH 2016 - STEM ROTATION

 

Mrs. Weaver-Beal's 7th grade AVID class participates in STEM Week with STEM teacher, Mrs. Pitman.  The students completed a unit on Green Energy and created wind turbines that were powered by solar panels.  Pictured left, Emma G. and Bella B. assemble wind turbines using foam plates.  Pictured right, AVID tutor, Mrs. Ennes works with a group of students to test the blades in the wind turbines.


MRS. ZABALETA - FEBRUARY 2016 - EGYPTIAN CULTURE

   
Mrs. Zabaleta's 6th grade social studies classes are making Egyptian masks.  Pictured left, students Angela A., Sean K., and Charlize R., research burial and ritual masks and their importance on Egyptian culture.   Pictured center: Mrs. Zabaleta assists students Isabella S. and Cariann T. as they create models of the masks.  Pictured right:  Travis S. proudly displays his completed Egyptian mask.

MR. GORDON - FEBRUARY 2016 - SCIENCE 6TH GRADE



Does water expand when heated?   Will the water in the oceans expand enough with "climate change" to make Yucaipa have beach front property?  6th grader, Aramando O. carried out a science experiment in Mr. Gordon's Science Class to test whether or not water will expand enough to raise the oceans that far.

MRS. FLOWERS - FEBRUARY 2016 - ELD NARRATIVE WRITING

  

Mrs. Flowers ELD class works on a narrative writing assignment.  The focus was on using detailed sentences and an introductory statement, as well as story sequencing.  Pictured left: Students Liszbeth B. and Emily D. put the finishing touches on their assignments while also practicing their typing. Pictured right:  Lesley M., Ever H. and Joseph S. Work collaboratively to plan their narratives.
MS.  SEABURG - FEBRUARY 2016 - STEM: TOMATO ELEVATORS
Ms. Seaburg’s
7th grade Science Class competed in groups to build an apparatus that could move tomatoes up and down a mountain without squashing them. Nathan C. and Jonathan C. plan out a model to build. Kelsey C., Charlize W. and Akela C. modify their tomato carrier after their initial test run.




MS. FOUNTAIN - JANUARY 2016 - STEM: AERONAUTICS
Ms. Fountain’s class participated in a STEM unit on Flight with Mr. Cruz. Students learned about aeronautics by building paper airplanes, foam-board planes and a foam plane glider.