Learn how to use stop motion animation to add a creative twist to your classroom curriculum. Collaboratively engage your students in hands-on projects that will take their love of a subject to 21 century learning. Apply it to writing, spelling, math, social studies, science, or have fun with it. Students will be so engaged they won’t realize they’re learning. It’s fast and easy for any grade level!
NUSD has 10 career pathways for students to acquire 21st century skills for the jobs of today and the future. Learn about our newest pathways beginning this fall - Building and Construction Trades, located at Natomas High, and Public Safety, located at Inderkum. Visit https://natomasunified.org/cte to learn more. #NUSDcareerpathways
Public unveiling of one of Natomas Unified's newest Career Technical (CTE) Pathways, Building and Construction Trades, which gives students the opportunity to learn applied mathematics for construction, blueprint reading, financial literacy, history of construction, green construction and technology, and how to interview effectively.
The community of Natomas joined Natomas Unified and City of Sacramento to celebrate the groundbreaking of the future North Natomas Community Center and Aquatics Center. Located next door to Inderkum High School, it will be home to the only Olympic-size pool in Sacramento.
The Natomas High School (NHS) Football Team learned what it means to be committed and to persevere through the story of the late Sal Arriaga-Heredia, who graduated from NHS in 2001 and returned as a substitute teacher, and football coach.
Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), who rendered the subtle effects of light and atmosphere in revolutionary ways. A barber's son, he entered the Royal Academy art school at age fourteen and became, over the course of six decades, the leading British artist of his era. This overview of Turner's career and influences includes footage of locations important to him in Wales, Switzerland, and England, and readings from writers and artists of the era, including John Ruskin and Lord Byron. Narrated by Jeremy Irons and produced by the Gallery in conjunction with the exhibition J.M.W. Turner, the film is made possible by the HRH Foundation.
New York Times best-selling author, Carmen Agra Deedy keeps us entertained as her dog, George, escapes again, and her good friend Katie has a not so good day at school. As usual, a few good books come to the rescue! Featured books include "Stand Tall Molly Lou Mellon" by Patty Lovell, and "Betsy Barker Bites" by Barbara Bottner.
Carmen Agra Deedy and her beloved dog George share their favorite book, "Dear Mrs. La Rue: Letters from Obedience School,” followed by an adventure at the Georgia SPCA. Media specialist Kathy Schmidt of Rock Springs ES reads the book, "Sea Monster's First Day,” and a Gwinnett firefighter shares her favorite, "Curious George.”
San Juan Unified is hiring bus drivers! If you are looking for a part-time job with full time benefits, visit www.sanjuan.edu/transportation and sign up for orientation today. No experience necessary. The district has $6,000 training scholarships available.
"When Harold met Elisa, he knew right away that there was something special about her, but they were just two teenagers trying to get through high school.
Harold Kuphaldt was a senior at Bella Vista High School and Elisa Rodriguez was a sophomore. They started dating right away. When Harold graduated high school and moved away for college, the two high school sweethearts stayed in touch through letters and long distance phone calls. The two Bella Vista Love birds just celebrated their 30 year wedding anniversary. Check out their #MySJStory."
In the fall of 1999, Heather and Dan met for the first time at Del Campo High School. The two became friends right away. When the homecoming dance rolled around, Dan asked Heather to be his date. However, Heather’s parents were not happy their daughter was dating an “older guy.” Dan was a senior heading to the US Air Force while Heather was only a sophomore. Her parents soon realized that Dan was a keeper. The two highschool sweethearts fell in love and stayed in touch through love letters while Dan was serving our country. They’ve been married now for ten years and have three sons.
The new school year is in full swing. San Juan Unified Board of Education members recently shared their connections to the district and talked about the district’s core values in hopes of inspiring others to share their stories.
Del Campo High School’s fire control technician pathway recently purchased a retired fire engine from Monrovia Fire Department. The purchase was grant funded and is currently used to provide students with necessary skills and training to pursue a career as a fire technician.
E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and Ross Douthat of the New York Times will reflect on the origins of the “ideal of the American Dream” as well as explore the different ways conservatives and liberals imagine the future of the dream. ABC News correspondent Ann Compton will moderate the conversation.
The String Project provides group lessons in violin and cello for children taught by the dedicated and talented CSUS School of Music undergraduate and graduate teachers. Friends and families enjoyed a concert by the students of the String Project.
In her lecture on John Barth's collection of stories Lost in the Funhouse, Professor Amy Hungerford delves beyond the superficial pleasures and frustrations of Barth's oft-cited metafictional masterwork to illuminate the profound commitment to language that his narrative risks entail. Foremost among Barth's concerns, Hungerford argues, is the multi-faceted relationship between language and love. Desire can drive a narrative, or disrupt it. Language can create desire, or replace it. Unifying the virtuosic variety of his tales is Barth's inquiry: Does language always stand in for a loss of bodily presence? Must the written word always exist as the shadow of the oral?
He “caught the technology bug” while working as a middle school campus monitor. Meet @SanJuanUnified’s top ed tech specialist and a Board Member of the Sacramento Educational Cable Consortium (SECC). secctv.org#secctv
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