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News and Announcements

Scholar Led Conferences (SLC'S) November 13-16

e3 scholars presented their progress of learning and set competency goals during the Fall Scholar Led Conferences.
Each scholar used their Digital Portfolio to showcase their learning and upcoming goals through a conversation between the scholar and the parent/guardian.

2018-19 SoCal Cyber Cup Challenge e3 Scholars get ready...

On Saturday, November 10,2018, e3 Scholars met to prepare for the upcoming Southern California Cyber Cup Challenge as they feasted on a great pizza! Under the mentorship of Mr. Cerrutti, e3 scholars have developed a team that will create a Cyber Program and compete against participants countywide. Stay tuned for more information.

e3 Workforce Readiness

This week's Workforce Readiness feature is Intern Sienna, an e3 Senior who was selected to serve in Senator Toni Atkins office. The senator tweeted about the impact that Sienna is having in our community as a result of her work in the 39th District. We salute our partnership with Senator Atkins and staff as we work together to train the youth leaders of today! See the Senator's Tweet attached...

Curriculum & Instruction November Parent Institute

The November Institute was led by Dr. Ward, Chief of Academic Impact and focused on the e3 model for Curriculum and Instruction that prepares scholars for college, workforce and life.

Parent attendees learned about the e3 academic delivery that includes the a-g curriculum for all, standards and competency based instruction, design thinking, project based learning, restorative practices, workforce readiness, and preparing scholars for life. Sessions were offered in English and Spanish. The December 13th Institute will focus on Data and Assessment.

Email Ms. Maria Gibson for a copy of the presentation handouts.

Every week is e3 Saturday Academy

This year, e3 funded the Saturday Academy with Title 1 monies in order to provide additional learning opportunities. Saturday Academy is held every week from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon (with the exception of holiday breaks). It is staffed by our certificated Learning Facilitators and Instructional Tutors in Math and Humanities. We strongly recommend ALL scholars take advantage of this opportunity to advance or accelerate their academic progress on Saturdays, especially if they have earned a D or F in their core classes.

Progress reports were mailed home last Thursday, October 18th. Please review the grades with your scholar. If they received a D or F in a core course, please make sure they attend Saturday Academy in order gain competence and proficiency.

In addition, Mr. Smith leads our e3 Parenting Collaborative on Saturdays from 10:00am to 11:00 am. As a Saturday treat, The Parent Living Room is open for Coffee and Tea.
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