LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Robotics Class -- The competition was fierce but friendly for our final LEGO Robotics "battle-bot" contest! Students programmed robots to move autonomously within a defined "arena" ... The goal --- be the last robot remaining. Thanks to our partners at Justin W Capp Engineering + Design for their financial and staff support!
Today's the deadline sign up for the upcoming Math Workshops, and it couldn't be easier!! Click here to go to the online registration page.
Our math workshops offer parents and school-age children exciting ways to create a positive math culture at home. The 2 hour workshops are packed full of ideas for breathing new life into your daily math lessons, and much more.
Merced: Tuesday November 5, 1-3 PM
Modesto: Thursday Novenber 7, 1-3 PM.
Note that there will be no childcare available at either workshop. For additional information, refer to the article in the October newsletter.
This week, in addition to our "regular" classes and activities, we had students on campus Tuesday and Thursday for the second of our "T3" series of theme days, and on Friday many of our families made the trek to Knights Ferry for our "Out and About" event.
Our Lego Robotics classroom is once again a busy place as a new group of students start on the adventure that couples computer technology with Legos. This opportunity represents the fruitful partnership of our school with Justin W. Capp Engineering and Design, a local engineering firm.
As part of our Monday on-site class offerings, middle school students have the opportunity to participate in an interest-based elective. Current offerings include art, games, photography and others. Below is a sampling of photos showing students at work in the art elective yesterday. As you'll see, the topic was eyes!!!
Looking for something to do tonight? The MJC Astronomy Club will be hosting a "Telescope Night" this evening, Ocboer 4, 2013, from 8-10 PM. Use this link for further information!
Today our students had a chance to participate in the second art workshop of the year. The topic was "shape" and students painted various interpretations of fall leaves.