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Scholarship winners announced for Summer Science Camp @CNU

Scholarship winners announced for Summer Science Camp @CNU

Three scholarship winners were announced and awarded for the first ever, Summer Health Science Camp at California Northstate University for the June 16-20 session in Elk Grove.  High school students from the area will learn how to read fingerprints, diagnose patients with illness, and much more!

In addition, students will also receive CPR/AED training from a RED CROSS certified company, and be given a two year certificate to perform CPR.  Sign ups are still available at:  www.cnsu.edu/science-camp!

 

Science Camp Preview Day

Science Camp Preview Day

Twenty-five eighth graders from Merryhill and Courtyard Middle schools came out last Wednesday May 14th to the Health Science Camp headquarters at California Northstate University in the Laguna West area of Elk Grove.

The middle school kids learned fingerprint techniques, and had their own prints taken by a Department of Justice official.  They also were taught how to take blood pressure readings and other vital signs on a Laerdal human simulator robot, which will be a lab section taught at the Camp this coming June 16-20.

Check out the visit photos on the website for California Northstate University at: www.cnsu.edu/science-camp.

Sign up now with a friend or sibling, and take advantage of the "buy one, get second tuition 50% off!"
 

Spring Break Special extended at Cal Northstate Science Camp!!

Spring Break Special extended at Cal Northstate Science Camp!!

Hurry, get a friend or sibling to sign up with you for the only high school Health Science Camp in Northern California!  Have you ever seen a human simulator?  These computerized human replicas can breathe, have a heart rate, and even blink! 

It will all be part of the unique curriculum at the Cal Northstate University's own Health Science Camp starting June 16-20...check out the website at: www.cnsu.edu/science-camp; sign up now!

 

Annual San Joaquin USA Math Steeplechase Continues to Add Up

Annual San Joaquin USA Math Steeplechase Continues to Add Up

Record number of children to compete this year! More than 600 children from eight schools in San Joaquin, Sacramento and Stanislaus counties will converge at the Alex G. Spanos Center on the University of the Pacific Stockton campus on April 18 to do math. But they won’t be sitting at tables just answering problems. They will be using tools, twine, buttons and other items to demonstrate how to do math. The students are competing in the 10th annual Math Steeplechase, a competition where teams of fifth-graders have to solve complex math problems in a matter of minutes. The event will start at 8:30 a.m. Parents are invited to watch the event, but are asked to not distract the children or blurt out answers. The event draws participants from San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Sacramento counties. This year’s new schools include Foulks Ranch Elementary from Elk Grove and Reese Elementary School from Lodi.

Sign up now with a Spring Break Special on tuition

Sign up now with a Spring Break Special on tuition

Hurry, as the Spring Break Special for California Northstate Summer Health Science Camp will end on Friday April 25th...If you buy one Summer Health Science Camp tuition, you will receive 50% off the second tuition!  Get your friends to join you for even more fun; check out our website at: www.cnsu.edu/science-camp.

LegiSchool Project seeks photo contest entries

LegiSchool Project seeks photo contest entries

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Raymond Case Elementary School Presents Disney's Aladdin Jr.

Raymond Case Elementary School Presents Disney's Aladdin Jr.

I sit in Raymond Case Elementary School multipurpose room ready to see Disney's Aladdin, Jr presented by the Raymond Case Drama Club. It's a full house. The lights dim to a beautiful made set of the marketplace Agrabah and palace where Princess Jasmine (played by Alex Taniguchi) is ready to battle with her dad the Sultan (played by Kevin Bali). The costumes, makeup and props are of a broadway show caliber. I think, "this is not an amateur musical" as the genie enters played by Annika Tamaki dressed in blue foundation asking if her pants make her look fat. The music and singing are excellent and the crowd cheers, laughs and comes to there feet as the final act ends.~~Janine King