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News and Announcements

Hidden Figures An e3 Private Movie Screening

On January 31, all 450 members of the entire e3 Learning Community will enjoy a private screening of the motivational movie, Hidden Figures, at Horton Plaza's Regal theatre. Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation's confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio, also members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

e3 Scholars will use this real-life story to help propel them to their place of passion, influence, and leadership.
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Almost, Maine

Our final Performing Arts event of the semester will take place on Tuesday, January 31st at 6:30 PM in the e3 Park. The Advanced Drama class will be putting on an interactive interpretation of John Carnegie's modern classic, Almost, Maine. The play is broken up into short vignettes and tells tales of life, love and loss in a small, fictitious town in northern Maine. The scholars will demonstrate an array of artistic talent. We hope to see you there!
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We have arrived at the year 2017 which we believe is a year filled with promise, opportunity, challenge, and great triumph. We at e3 Civic High will continue to fulfill the vision and mission of the organization and create scholars who will succeed in stepping into their place of passion. We plan to finish this year strong with a 100% graduation rate for our class of 2017 and send them off to complete post secondary study that will open the doors to their area of impact.

We stand committed to advance the progress for all scholars and support each one in reaalzing personal success!
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e3 Prepares for Careers of the Future

EdITS Career Inventory

Every scholar in grades 9-12 took the EdITS career inventory on December 5 and 6. The three career assessments are designed to focus on each scholars current interests, abilities, and values and the provide them with their top five industry clusters. The results will be immediately provided and used for further career exploration, direction for job shadows, internship placements, and future project integration. In addition, the program allows scholars to view current local job openings in their area of interest. Another key feature of the EdiITS program provides scholars with the educational path necessary to enter the profession of interest and outlines specific steps for successful entry.

These assessments were budgeted in the site's LCAP plan and are being provided free of charge to all scholars as part of the school-wide initiative to create career competitive scholars that are prepared for the jobs of the future.

Please ask your scholar to share their results and how they will use the results to chart their pathway for success.
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Mr. Stephen Cerruti has joined our team!

Mr. Stephen Cerruti (pronounced Cha root ti) has joined our team as a Mathematics and Computer Programming expert. He comes with a degree in Computer Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and more than 25 years as a Software Engineer and Instructor. He will teach mathematics and programming. In addition, he is a part of the Amazing League of Programmers (one of e3's partner organizations).

Mr. Cherruti will integrate relevance into the Mathematics content using realtime applications from computer engineering. We are excited to watch the design thinking process come to life and the amazing projects that will be an outcome.
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