Reminder: No IQuest Classes Nov. 23-27th
We are so thankful to our community candy contributions toward Operation Gratitude. 60 pounds of leftover Halloween candy was shipped last week, along with letters, cards and drawings for our troops. Operation Gratitude accepts donations year-round, their wish list includes letters, cards, drawings, travel-size toiletries, DVDs, cds and knitted scarves, gloves and hats.
“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.” Charles Dickens
Current SAT Course Options: January 2016
Students who choose the Veritas Prep SAT course do so because they want an advantage over the rest. They want to be in the top 10% of all students aiming for the nation’s most competitive universities. Veritas Prep's exclusive money-back guaranteed SAT prep course is tailored to teach students how to get the best results.
January 11 - January 20
Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays
6pm - 9pm
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Congratulations to Our Trunk or Treat Winners!
We had so much fun seeing our Steiner Families and passing out goodies at Trunk or Treat!
- The Shark: Alian C., 6yrs
- Orange Mermaid: Sienna L., 8yrs
- Pink Mermaid: Alisa K., 5yrs
- Yellow Mermaid: Liv B., 6yrs
- Blue Mermaid: Pierce G, 4.5yrs
Please stop by IQuest center between 1pm - 5pm this week to pick up your raffle prize!
We will be closed for Thanksgiving Week from Nov. 23-27.
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5 Reasons for Kids to Learn Code
It's one thing for a child to play a computer game; it's another thing altogether for a child to build his or her own game. The computer's true power as an educational medium is to help students learn all by themselves.
1. Coding is a new type of literacy
Those students who master it are better prepared for a technical revolution that spans cultures and language boundaries.
2. Coding is a tool to improve educational equity
It's a way for all students to use technology for creative engagement.
3. Coding offers inclusion
By teaching coding to students with developmental disabilities, we're making them more marketable and employable in a high-tech economy.
4. Coding can improve neuroplasticity
Over a three-month period, the brain structure in those who acquired a second language grew in the hippocampal area and in three areas in the cerebral cortex.
5. Coding improves STEM proficiencies
By 2020, there are expected to be one million more computing jobs than students in the U.S. By making coding a classroom requirement, educators are better equipping students for this market.
Read Edutopia's full article.