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Meet 3 Reflection

Wow! This condensed season is just flying by. The Round Robin competitions are now over (unless you were one of those unfortunate districts caught in the January 9th inclement weather, that is) and we’d love to hear from you about this or any Meet so far this season. 55 more words

For Coaches And Teachers

STEAM, And Why It’s Important.

If you pay any attention to education, may it be on a local or national level, I am sure at some point you have heard the term STEAM. 414 more words

After School

P.A.R.T.Y. in a Box Time: Backdrops Set the Scene

The materials that teams get for each P.A.R.T.Y. challenge vary, but one thing that they always get is a large piece of butcher paper for making a backdrop. 557 more words

For Coaches And Teachers

January Garden Meeting

Join us for Garden Club 101, our annual meeting that will cover what is happening at Camarena. It will be a brief meeting with good food and good conversation about our upcoming schedule and direction of our garden program. 42 more words

After School Programs

Meet 2 Reflection

That’s two Round Robins down and only one to go! We’d love to hear from you about our second Meet of the season.

Did any students display a special or surprising talent? 52 more words

For Coaches And Teachers

Why ELOs matter: The 6,000-Hour Learning Gap

An Expanded Learning Opportunity—or ELO—is a high-quality afterschool or
summer educational experience that takes place outside the context of the regular school day. These hands-on, experiential, enriching chances to learn that build on, but don’t duplicate, what students are learning during the school day, and allow new and exciting ways to interact with the subject matter. 178 more words

Middle Childhood

P.A.R.T.Y. in a Box Time: Make it Memorable

US Academic Triathlon participants often compete against as many as eight other teams during a Meet, and they all have the same P.A.R.T.Y. in a Box prompts. 481 more words

For Coaches And Teachers