Name: Justin Baez Age: 15 Grade: 11 I chose: Hemet Student Center Why? To have the one-on-one teacher/student
experience and receive the best preparation for
my future. Justin says: “Besides studying, I do a lot of
extracurricular activities such as: drawing,
writing, photography, hiking, and creative
designing. My goal is to do better at what I
do every day”. Justin’s advice to new students
is to take advantage of the opportunities
Springs has to offer and use them to prepare
themselves to follow their dreams.
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Springs’ Renaissance Valley Academy (RVA) has begun a math collaboration effort between elementary and middle/high school students to identify and target missing math skills with the goal of increasing math proficiency across the grade levels. Brian Bailey, Eric Ballard, and Cinda Moon met this week to begin the process.
Springs Renaissance Valley Academy is encouraging its students to participate in its school-wide Science and Engineering Fair in January, which will be held virtually for the first time. The school leadership is making an effort to increase student participation, said Vice Principal Brian Bailey, “by trying to make science cool.”
Springs’ Renaissance Valley Academy (RVA) science teachers Jim Ardalan, Lynnette Munoz, Jonathan Kunz and Tyrone Berry are formalizing a science department, reported Vice Principal Brian Bailey. Its purpose is to increase student interest in science and to encourage more students to participate in a virtual science fair in January. One RVA student who is doing amazing things in science at the school is junior Guillermo Rubio Beltran (pictured), who created a video highlighting his study of centripetal force in Mr. Ardalan’s physics class.
Springs’ Renaissance Valley Academy (RVA) in San Jacinto held a Summer Focus to help middle and high school students improve in ELA and math. This is the 5th such summer program, and the first to include middle school students and to be held online. Students met virtually with teachers twice a week for an hour of optional learning.
Springs allows the children to explore the community around them and the world as a whole. They become more interested in their surroundings and those involved within the community.
- C. Lang, Parent
Springs Charter Schools are parent choice schools where the community is our classroom. Our mission is to foster the innate curiosity of our students, empower their parents, and promote optimum learning by collaboratively developing a personalized learning program for each student.
Eagle = Choice, Freedom, Initiative
River = Community
Book = Empowering Parents (Knowledge is Power)
Torch = Curiosity, Passion for Learning
Hands = Collaboration
Keys = Personalization, Unlocking the Student’s Potential
Oak Branches = Continuous Lifelong Learning
Springs Charter Schools
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