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Middle School Students Build Cities of the Future

The Future City project encourages students to imagine hypothetical cities that address major societal issues through thoughtful urban planning and design. On January 19, middle school students traveled to San Diego to present their projects in the Southern California Regionals.
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Kathy Hagee Recognized by Bill of Rights Institute

We are pleased to congratulate Kathy Hagee for her Bill of Rights Insitute educator spotlight. As many members of our community know, Kathy is a committed US History and Constitutional Scholar and she brings her enthusiasm for the subject matter with her to campus every day of the year.
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11th Grade Outdoor Ed Has Been Shortened

Due to heavy rains and flooding in Yosemite, our faculty and our outfitters, Naturalists at Large, have decided to end the trip early and come home Thursday. We have lined up transportation to make this happen, but we won't know the exact time of the group's arrival until tomorrow morning. By 10 a.m. tomorrow, we will post on the website, send text messages, and send e-mails with a more specific arrival time. Our best guess at this time will be late afternoon or early evening. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Traci Dalke, 11th Grade Parent Representative, or the school. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but the well-being of our students is our foremost concern.
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8th Grade Outdoor Ed Has Changed Locations

8th-grade parents should read the accompanying letter regarding their Outdoor Education trip. Due to weather circumstances, the location of the trip has been changed. Please click the "read full story" button to access the letter explaining these changes.
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