School News


Crew Members in Hawaii, Mars simulation
 

MARS Day • October 29
LAUNCH: 8:15am School Assembly
Introductions, Speakers, Music We have plenty of exciting science activities lined up. Scientists from the Mars Space Flight Facility at ASU will introduce students to the first Maker-Space project at our school!


Video Response To Student Questions
9:30am Live Feed to Classrooms
Students will also be asking questions to a crew member inside a Mars simulation going on right now in Hawaii. The scientist is Jocelyn Dunn.
Check out her blog


Hands-on Workshop
9am in the Library
National Award-winning author, and science writer, Conrad J. Storad will conduct a one-hour workshop with FACE, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade students.


For this year’s Poster Competition students are encouraged to design or build a space vehicle that would take humans to Mars. Winners of the poster competition will win a field trip to two space labs at ASU.
 
 
Conrad Storad, an children’s book author

     

Dr. Farmer is one-quarter Native American and enjoys studying the history and culture of his tribes, the Cherokee and Chickasaw.
 
NASA Speaker – Dr. Jack Farmer

9am Live Feed to Classrooms

Dr. Jack Farmer is a participating scientist on the Mars Exploration Rover mission (ongoing) and a member of the CheMin instrument team on the Mars Science Laboratory mission, which landed at Gale Crater on Mars on August 6, 2012.

At ASU, Dr. Farmer teaches courses in Astrobiology, Paleontology, Sedimentology and Advanced Field Geology, and mentors graduate students doing research in the fields of astrobiology and geobiology.




SRES Chorus takes 1st place in a category at Nard Parade

The choir let their voices be heard and “Believing they can Fly
!" Way to Go Eagles – spread those wings.

Free access for students!

Read On Arizona announces extension of the Free On-line Book access for Arizona students through December 19, 2014. Read On Arizona is has an amazing opportunity for all ages—preschool and up—to access more than 4,000 digital books.

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Our Schools

Annual Yearly Progress for
SRES from the Spring 2014 AIMS
AYP Letter 2014

Parents Right To Know
Title I - Parents Right to Know


Letter Grade Process & Appeal for SRPMIC schools
  SRPMIC Press Release 8-4-14
All Arizona schools are evaluated on how many of its students are passing AIMS and student academic growth each year. To view a listing of results of Arizona schools: Arizona Department of Education (ADE)

Character Counts


 
Our October theme for Character Counts is Respect.

What does Respect mean? It means such things as the following: Treat others with respect; follow the Golden Rule; be tolerant and accepting of differences; use good manners, not bad language; be considerate of the feelings of others; don’t threaten, hit or hurt anyone; deal peacefully with anger, insults, and disagreements.  

October’s assembly will take place October 30th as there is no school for students on October 31st (teachers will be here for a full day of Professional Development). These Character Counts rallies are fun! There are skits, cheers, singing and other engaging activities. Parents and guardians: You are always welcome to come to school, sign in, and be part of this terrific event! As for Respect, please help model and reinforce what it means. Here at school we are having a contest to see which class comes up with ways to best illustrate this Character Counts Pillar. Thank you!


Weather

Today, 10/24/2014
High: 95 Low: 65
Sunny
0% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 10/25/2014
High: 94 Low: 67
Mostly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.

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