Alliance Marc & Eva Stern Math and Science High School
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Alliance Marc & Eva Stern Math and Science High School Home About Us Principal's Message Staff Directory Mission and Vision Statements Schoolwide Learner Outcomes Charter Petition School Safety Plan CSULA Annual Security & Fire Safety Report School Visitor Policy Location of Stern MASS Education Protection Account Local Control Accountability Plan Employment Opportunities School Board of Directors School Coordinating Council Brown Act Training 2016-17 EPA Admissions Applications Student Recruitment Flyer School Profile Academics Bell Schedule Course Sequence Course Catalogue School Profile 2015-2016 Classes / Homework Departments Counseling Teacher Office Hours Students Daily Bulletin Classes / Homework Honor Code Student Agenda Book Clubs & Activities Athletics Food Menu Scholarship and Grants ASB Alumni Parents Parent Corner Esquina de Padres Contact Us Donate It's that time of year again. Open House is scheduled for Thursday, March 30, from 4:30-6:30 pm. Parents, please join us at the AP Course Informational Workshop this Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 9:00 am- 11:00 am in the Library. Stern MASS celebrates National School Choice Week The Engineering Club posing with the frame of the telescope being constructed. I am on the right (Halverson) and next to me is Ernesto Covarrubias, a CSULA mechanical engineering student who has been very helpful in mentoring our students and getting parts. (Thank you!) ASB Pep Rally Teacher Dance Battle Visiting the hangar for “Maggie” the Mars rover that stays on Earth. Maggie’s job is to help engineers trouble-shoot problems when they occur on the rovers that are actually on Mars. The Debate team off to compete at UC Berkeley Teachers and Staff dancing celebrating March Mayhem Parenting Class on Saturday UCLA Saturday Business School Operations team at work Visiting the Cal State LA NASA SPACE Lab. Visiting the Cal State LA NASA SPACE Lab. Mr. Pyae Hein organized the tour. (Thank you!) We just got through security, yay! And now time for a group photo. From left-to-right we have Marlon Orta (graduated 2016), Marvin Alonzo (also graduated 2016), [?], Bao Yi Lei, myself, Carlos Arroyo, Isaac Ramirez, Christian Ramirez, Ms Nicole Guillen (English Teacher) and John Shaw (JPL). We are in front of the administration building. Students celebrate their teachers on National School Choice Week March Mayhem Ms. Meza teaching parenting classes to our wonderful parents UCLA Saturday Business School Featured News UCLA Saturday Business Institute On Saturday March 25, students from the UCLA Saturday Business Institute had the opportunity to present a business idea to a panel of judges, Shark Tank style. Parents, teachers and the school principal were invited to serve as an audience to help vote for the best business idea. Students had to think outside the box and propose business ideas for organic makeup, finding open parking spaces, medicine delivery services and internet-wired bracelets for third world countries. Great job Titans and continue building upon those entrepreneurial endeavors! 'Together We Dream' Immigrant Rights Fair On March 25, Alliance College-Ready Public Schools hosted an Immigrant Rights Fair for over 600 families. The fair featured informational workshops and legal consultations, arts and crafts for kids, and a community resource fair for people concerned about recent federal action against immigrant communities. The event was organized by the Alliance Immigrant Working Group, a volunteer committee of teachers and staff dedicated to creating a safe environment for all students and their families. (Select the article title for more information.) 11th Graders Experience the Invasion of Grenada On February 21, US History classes participated in the Reagan Library's Discovery Center simulation. Students were each given a role and placed in a simulated version of the Invasion of Grenada. Students then had to make decisions as government leaders and members of the press on how to address the situation. It was an exciting and unique way for students to understand and analyze decision making in history. Winter Sports Recap Congratulations to a well played CIF Winter Sports Season. Our student athletes maintained a 2.5 minimum grade point average and less than 2.5 detention hours leading up to and throughout the season to demonstrate the true meaning of being athletic scholars. Season results were Boys Basketball 10-9, Girls Basketball 11-11, Boys Soccer 5-8-3, and Girls Soccer 0-12-1. Both Boys Basketball and Boys Soccer qualified and competed in CIF Division 4 Round 1 games. Great job, teams. Stern's Concerns Provides Administrators Suggestions for School Improvement On February 8, ASB hosted Stern's Concerns allowing Class Presidents and Executive Board to propose enhancements to administrators. Proposals included adding AP Music Theory as a possible class for next year, Titan Gear Day on Fridays, additional PE changing areas, off-campus lunch opportunities, and clearer guidelines regarding our school detention policy. The administrators approved including AP Music Theory on the course preference sheet and deciding if the course will be offered based on enough student interest, Titan/College Gear on Fridays beginning in March, and working with ASB Executive Board to clarify the Detention Policy for the Student-Parent Handbook 2017-2018. Good job to the Class Presidents for working with their peers to articulate the voices of the students. A Trip to the Getty Villa At the end of January 2017, YPI hosted a field trip to the Getty Villa. At the Getty Villa, students got to saw artifacts that dated back to the Ancient Greeks and Romans. The highlight of the museum was seeing an actual mummy. Many students used the Getty Villa as opportunities to take photos with great sceneries and lighting. There were many fountains, statues and greenery located throughout the museum to take pictures around. Overall, the field trip to the Getty Villa was considered to be one of the best. Many took it as an opportunity to de-stress from school. The trip to the Villa would have not be possible with YPI and Jordan, one of their staff members. Stern MASS is grateful to have such a program and will look forward to future events held by YPI. (Select to read the complete article by The Bolt journalist Bao Yi Lei.) Show All News ? 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