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Women's History Month

Women’s History Month is a monthlong celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture, and society. The observance began as a weeklong celebration in 1978 organized by the school district of Sonoma, California. Dozens of schools and hundreds of students participated, and a parade was held in downtown Santa Rosa. The celebration continued to grow, and in 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued the first presidential proclamation of National Women’s History Week. Six years later, the National Women’s History Project successfully petitioned Congress to expand the observance to the entire month of March. To learn more, you can visit American Women: A Guide to Women’s History Resources at the Library of Congress, or use your complimentary BrainPOP subscription for more learning opportunities.

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Learner University: Zombie Apocalypse

Calling all 6th graders! Join our upcoming PBL opportunity: Zombie Apocalypse! The zombies are everywhere and the markets are all closed! You have six months’ worth of food stored, but…

Read Across America Day

March 2: Read Across America Day

On March 2, we celebrate America’s diverse readers with Read Across America Day. This day helps encourage a love of reading across the nation. Take a look at this site…

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CAASPP Testing Coming Soon

CAASPP is the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments (SBAC) that measures a learner’s ability in English language arts/literacy and mathematics and is administered to all learners in 3rd-8th and 11th grades,…

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College Information Series: Extracurriculars – Community Service – Summer Programs

Learners should spend time doing what they love, not what they think a college wants. Let’s talk about what makes you interesting during our upcoming college information series, Extracurriculars –…

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Virtual Science Fair 2023

As we enter week five of our virtual science fair, we invite you to Think Like a Scientist. During this week of your science project, you will analyze your findings…

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Last week, learners in grades 7-9 participated in Astrocamp, an exciting three-day and two-night science camp. During the camp, learners explored the sciences of physics and astronomy, developed as individuals,…

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Associated Student Body (ASB) is a leadership team comprised of learners who will represent the entire...
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