Springs students Grace Dwinnell, Jeremy Marten, Joshua Ortiz, Anais Park and Lily Sharp are competing in CyberPatriot’s National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, the world’s largest cybersecurity competition, reported Maureen Roye, director of CTE.
Inez Valencia, Springs CTE Introduction to Photography and Digital Art and Design Teacher, won first place for a chalk art image of the Joker from the cover of the 1988 graphic novel “Batman: The Killing Joke” painted on the street for the Temecula Art & Street Painting Festival. She chose the image because “I am a fan of the Joker because of his dark humor. I was inspired by the comic cover ‘The Killing Joke’ because he holds a camera and I teach photography. I chose to not include the hat from Bolland’s original because the hair is more vibrant.” Continue reading
Parsec Cloud, Inc. is making their Parsec for Teams software available for free to schools for the 2020-21 school year. The software facilitates remote teaching of graphics-heavy subjects by providing an optimal connection between the school’s computers and remote students at home, regardless of their hardware. It normally costs users $30/month, but an epic MegaGrant will cover the cost.
Springs CTE teacher Chris Allen has won a $25,000 Epic MegaGrant for developing tutorials from Unreal Engine, an open and advanced real-time 3D creation tool. He has taught CTE Intro and Intermediate Game Design since 2015, creating his own curriculum in Canvas. Unreal Engine was developed by Epic Games, makers of the popular online video game Fortnite. The tutorials which Mr. Allen will be developing are the same tutorials he uses in his courses. Continue reading
Photographer Daniel Rubio, a Springs alumnus, made a presentation on photography to students in Springs’ Career Internship Technical Education (CITE) pathway at the Pathfinder Student Center. Rubio photographs concerts and events, takes family and commercial portraits and does product and lifestyle photography for brands and companies. Continue reading
Temecula Student Center’s FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics team, Cyborg Zombies, participated in the Orange County Regional Competition during March 22nd through March 24th. Continue reading
February is CTE Month, and it is designed to bring public awareness, on local, state and national levels to the value of Career and Technical Education. Continue reading
The CTE Family and Human Services pathway, taught by Angela Caceres, is a wonderful opportunity for students interested in exploring careers in helping and serving others in social work, mental health, child care, and other professions in that arena. Continue reading
Springs participation in the annual APLUS+ Personalized Learning Network Association Conference in Anaheim was a “smashing success,” reported Tammy Jackson, Senior Homeschool Director – Marketing Support. Continue reading
On May 19, 2017, Springs CTE students enjoyed the 2nd annual CITE student conference at the Temecula Student Center. Continue reading