On November 21, 2018, the 8th graders had the unique opportunity to conduct a live interview of scientists who were on the field: Daniel Hoer and his crew of 14 research scientists took us live on board of their ship on the Sea of Cortez. The team is currently studying hydrothermal vents. Students carefully crafted their questions ahead of the interview with their science teacher, Ms. Jacoway. We watched the ROV robot attached to the ship in action collecting samples. The ROV made us discover live views of the ecosystem flourishing around the hydrothermal vents.
We would like to express our gratitude to Ms. Chrysa Mineo for making this educational experience possible, and felt grateful for the unique and exciting opportunity.
Hello from the top of Pali Mountain!
Celebrating the return of peace – WW1 November 1918 Armistice
Artist in residence and SDFAS parent Jacob Johnston and his middle school students enrolled in his Mixed Media Elective have been working for several weeks on an installation of elegant blue flowers and poppies, in order to commemorate the end of WW1 and the souvenir of previous generations’ sacrifice.
You can enjoy the beautiful installation located to the left of the entrance to the administration building of the school.
Excellent closing of the CC team! Girls 1st place and boys 3rd place overall! Congratulations to Ms Seidel and all the team!