1250701 BRENTWOOD ES(Science)

1250701 BRENTWOOD ES(Science)

Program Description
Science, Technology and Math Magnets are interdisciplinary, standards based, inquiry-based, and real world problem-based programs that teach students about STeM-related subjects. These programs are geared to the student’s interest in science, computer technology, and mathematics.
Grades:
1-5
Phone:
(310) 826-5631
Program Capacity 2018-2019:
924
Applications Received 2017-2018:
291
Openings 2018-2019:
210
Success Secret:
Our scientific atmosphere creates an excitement for learning through discovery and stimulates the student to apply the critical and creative thinking required in science, technology, engineering, and other areas of study.
Track:
Single Track
Tour Information:
The tour dates and times are as follows: Monday, October 9, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Monday, November 6, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. We look forward to having you visit our school!
Magnet Vision:
Our Mission is to enable all students to become contributing members of a diverse society empowered with the knowledge , values, and skills necessary to meet the challenges with success.
Magnet Mission:
Our Vision is to serve a diverse population who, while working together in a safe academically enriched environment, will master all Common Core Standards and reach their highest potential as they meet the global and technological challenges with success. ¿
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Other Theme-Based Activities:
Our Annual Engineering Challenge where each grade level is introduced to their challenge. The timeline of events are there is a school-wide Engineering Kickoff Assembly to get entire student body enthused about the challenge. Next, classes are introduced to their Engineering Problem where they will design their prototype and test to failure. Then, groups redesign solutions based on analysis of first test and classroom competitions are held. Champion groups from each class are introduced to the new engineering problem with increased difficulty. Groups go through the design process and create final prototype. Grade-level competitions are held where each group's prototype is tested in front of entire grade level. One group is crowned champion from each grade level and they receive a trophy.
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