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To senior Ramon Murguia!
Project Safe Celebrate
We are pleased to announce that our Mathletes performed very well at the regional math relays this Saturday in Grandview, MO. Here are the results:
PreAlpha - 2nd, Malee Her
PreBeta - 3rd, Tatum Bell
Alpha - 4th, Laichia Vang; 2nd, Brianna Alexander; 1st, DaTasha Carlock Beta - 4th, Rachel Castro; 3rd Andrew Loiaza; 2nd, Ted Bynum Team Medley - 3rd, Ted Bynum, Hanah Glimpse, Olivia Jones, and Andrew Loiaza Team Relay - 3rd, Jennifer Her, Ariana Madrigal, Olivia Caudillo ???
Alpha - 4th, Laichia Vang; 3rd, Brianna Alexander; 1st, Jennifer Her Beta - 4th, Rachel Castro; 3rd, Hanah Glimpse; 1st, Ted Bynum Team Relay - 2nd, Jennifer Her, Malee Her, Laichia Vang, Rachel Castro, 1st, Ted Bynum, Brianna Alexander, Hanah Glimpse, and Andrew Loiaza
PreAlpha - 2nd, Ariana Madrigal
PreBeta - 1st Erasto Herrera
Alpha - 3rd DaTasha Carlock
Team Medley - 2nd, David Nevarez, Erasto Herrera, Ariana Madrigal, Estefani Fernandez
PreAlpha - 4th, Regina Sosa; 2nd, Eric Terrazas; 1st, Malee Her PreBeta - 4th, Haley Carey Alpha - 4th Olivia Jones Gamma - 1st Jarius Jones Team Medley - 1st, Regina Sosa, Eric Terrazas, Olivia Caudillo, Angelica Mancinas Team Relay - 1st, Olivia Jones, Jarius Jones, Jennifer Her, Selena Hernandez
Gamma - 1st Jarius Jones
Two students also won KU Summer Engineering Program Scholarships for having the highest overall score in their divisions.
DaTasha Carlock and Jarius Jones
Overall, we brought home 32 medals and 11 1st place medals. Take some time to say congratulations to these students!
Jeremy Todd and Cecil Christwell
Best High School in Kansas
KCKPS KC BizFest Schools,
We are pleased to announce the 11th Anniversary of KC BizFest 2015, Feb. 11-14th at Shawnee Mission School District’s Indian Creek Technology Center, 4401 W. 103rd Street, Overland Park, KS 66207.
For 11 years, KC BizFest has been developing Kansas City's future leaders. Through a 4 day entrepreneurial boot camp, students will learn how to develop a feasible business plan, present their plan, and develop themselves professionally. Each year KC BizFest selects 100 students to be a part of this experience. After KC BizFest, students are encouraged to become a part of Latinos of Tomorrow (LOTS), where they continue to develop themselves academically and socially and guided through the college planning process. This is a great opportunity for your students!
The school must help with the following (3 items) to be part of this opportunity:
1. Recruit students to apply for KC BizFest:
*KC BizFest Fast Facts English: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L2l33VTB1c_6OCPnmlNUbhGcSevx0qRJSLhY2TaQzVU/edit?usp=sharing
*KC BizFest Fast Facts Spanish: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KcjKW_CJdiWD6mLaLvTXnzFzB_Kt7tqHRk9kUHzQek8/edit?usp=sharing
2. Work with students to apply for KC BizFest: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=Ct51Ib3cchX%2AbRW9TTj2FQ
*On-line applications are due Nov. 25th.
*Please note that 2 letters of recommendation must be uploaded into the application.
3. Ensure your selected students are aware of the transportation schedule, provided by the district.
Thank you for supporting the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic Collaborative for the KC BizFest 2015. Please let us know if you have questions.
The NCWIT Award
The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing application season is in full swing! Applications close November 2, 2014 at 11:59 PM, EST, so please encourage all the young women in your classes and school who are technically-minded computer coders, programmers, hackers and web designers to apply<http://www.aspirations.org>.
An educator endorsement is required for each application and must be completed by November 7, 2014 at 11:59 PM EST. Encouraging students to apply and endorsing their applications not only supports young women and their interest in computing and technology, it offers you the chance to win the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Educator Award! Apply<http://www.aspirations.org/participate/educators> through November 7, 2014 for a chance to win $1,000 in technical professional development activities, trophies and other prizes.
And there's more!
Each educator who endorses a student's application receives a Sphero robot as a heartfelt Thank You!
We look forward to reading about the young women and their computing aspirations!
Questions? Contact us as email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
I've Been Accepted
Battle of The Books
The Sumner team competed on Saturday, November 8, 2014 and took 1st place in high school competition and third place in 8th grade competition
November 7 - Undergrad picture retakes
November 14 - Senior Last Chance and Class Photo
November 21 - Groups and Clubs pictures
November 15 Sumner Academy Debate Results
Congratulations to the Sumner Academy Debate Team! The team competed Saturday, November 15 in the Louisburg High School and Golden Griffon Missouri Western Invitational Debate Tournaments.
LOUISBURG INVITATIONAL DEBATE TOURNAMENT RESULTS:
Live Heroic: Anyone Can Be a Super Hero!
Students, if you donate $5 to United Way in room 117, and sign that you are a hero, you can wear a super-hero t-shirt on November 25th. Let's all be superheroes that day!
Sumner Academy Theater and International Thespian Society Facebook Page
Sumner Academy Theater and International Thespian Society Facebook Page!
KU Leadership Summit