1558203 93RD ST ES (Science/Technology/Engineering/Arts/Math)

1558203 93RD ST ES (Science/Technology/Engineering/Arts/Math)

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:
(323) 754-2869
Program Capacity 2018-2019:
264
Applications Received 2017-2018:
0
Openings 2018-2019:
264
Success Secret:
See for yourself our wonderful programs at the fabulous 93rd Street STEAM Magnet!! https://93street-lausd-ca.schoolloop.com On Facebook @Ninety-Third Elementary On Twitter @93rdstreetschool On YouTube @youtube
Track:
Single Track
Tour Information:
Appointments are made at vsanch7@lausd.net
Magnet Vision:
By the year 2023, the Ninety-Third Street STEAM Magnet School will be a model in elementary education through the use of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics as the foundation for a rigorous and exciting multidisciplinary learning experience for 1st grade through 6th grade ethnically diverse students.
Magnet Mission:
The mission of the Ninety-Third Street STEAM Magnet School is to educate ethnically diverse students for productive involvement in a highly technical society by creating a neighborhood school where students are actively engaged in inquiry, discovery, critical analysis, and discussion with subject matter learned through active participation in an enriched, organized curriculum that focuses on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
Academic/Career Pathways:
There are currently two existing pathways to magnet school sites that our elementary students could follow to middle and high school. LAUSD transportation routes #6414/#3894 to Virgil Middle School Medical & Health Science Magnet (6-8) and Sherman Oaks for Enriched Studies STEAM Magnet (4-12) both pick up students from our community schools in front of the 93rd Street School site if accepted. In addition to these existing transportation routes both USC 32nd St. Cinematic Arts and Engineering MS/HS and Markham MS Medical Magnets offer magnet programs that follow our Project Based Learning STEAM focused theme.This pathway from elementary school through high school will benefit our community and to make it easier to desegregate our school by building pathways.
Academic Competition Teams:
The investment in Dash & Dot Robots to teach 21st Century skills that include typing, coding, problem solving, collaboration, critical thinking using existing curriculum has proven successful. This technology creates a different learning opportunity for students to analyze and synthesize their understanding of real world applications of what they are learning and begin community and national competitions at the University of Southern California (USC) annual event.
Athletic Teams:
Community Partnerships:
Dr. Kamal Hamdan (CSUDH) Center for Innovation in STEM Education (CISE) California STEM Institute for Innovation & Improvement (CSI3) California State University, Dominguez Hills Emilio Hernandez (UCLA) UCLA Community Program Office Advisor TUTORING Debbie Allen Debbie Allen Dance Academy Dance Program Daniel Ferguson Legacy Project Director Journalism/Cinematic 93rd Street Television Darin Gray (USC) USC Viterbi School of Engineering AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMING Stephanie Fabro (USC) Program Manager Junior Achievement of USC Chief Education Officer USC Marshall School of Business Gretchen Bazela (CSC) Senior Director Education Programs California Science Center Foundation Professional Development for Teachers Patricia Ancona (LACMA) Senior Education Coordinator LACMA Education Department Mike Gibson Assemblymember, 64th District THEME FIELD TRIPS Curren Price Los Angeles Council Member, 9th District Andrew Glazier (CITY YEAR) Managing Director City Year Los Angeles FAMILY NIGHTS STEAM CENTER SUPPORTS David Moss (6th Grade CAMP UBUNTU) President/Co Founder Harold Robinson Foundation Stacy Hendrickson Director Starbase Science Camp, Los Alamitos Millie Delgado (Girls Program) Program Director Honey Shine Program Officer Lipkins (Boys Program) Boys to Gentlemen
Advanced Placement (AP) Course Offerings:
International Baccalaureate (IB) Program:
After-School Programs:
WoodCraft Ranger Program (Grades 1-6) Hours: 2:23 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. Woodcraft Rangers has focused on the development of four core content areas that suit the capacity of out of school time youth programming, and the abilities and interests of the entry-level, paraprofessional staff that we hire to serve our participants. Beyond the Bell After School Program (Grades 1-6) Hours: 2:25 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. The State-funded After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program encourages collaboration between the school district, school site, and community-based organizations.
Other Theme-Based Activities:
City Year, Los Angeles (Grades 3-6) Hours 8:06 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Celebrating 11 Years of Service to the Students, Schools, and Communities of Los Angeles, City Year AmeriCorps members pledge to give a year of service in 31 schools across Los Angeles, providing thousands of students with the extra care and support they need to graduate, college and career ready. Starting at 7:00 a.m. in the morning, City Year offers intense intervention for struggling students in grades 3-6 while providing a fun filled enrichment programs throughout the year to include: (Fun Friday's" Olympic Style games, STEAM Events, Robotic Wars Competition, Haverst Fair, Book Fairs, VIP luncheon, Drama Play, Coding, Art fair, ect.)
Wall of Fame/Notable Alumni:
Born in Watts, Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson was elected in November 2014 to represent California’s 64th Assembly District that includes the communities of Carson, Compton, Gardena, Harbor Gateway, Lynwood, North Long Beach, Rancho Dominguez, South Los Angeles, Torrance, Watts/Willowbrook and Wilmington. Asm. Gipson currently serves as Assembly Democratic Caucus Chair, responsible for driving the legislative decision making process for the majority caucus, address statewide issues, and hold weekly meetings to discuss and set the caucus’ priorities. Mr. Gipson was appointed in 2016 and re-appointed in 2017 by Speaker Anthony Rendon to this leadership post.
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