New Tech Times- The New Tech Way

February 17th-21st

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New Tech Unique

New Tech would like to highlight both our learners and facilitators for their talents and accomplishments that make New Tech Unique!

New Tech's Unique is Ms. Williams

Ms. Williams is New Tech's Unique! She is New Tech's AVID Coordinator that encourage students to attend college and equip students with the skills to succeed. Such skills that are gained in AVID are critical thinking, teamwork, and organization.
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New Tech Unique-Dorian Washington

New Tech's Freshman Student Ambassador, Dorian Washington is this weeks New Tech Unique. Dorian is an actively involved student ambassador here at New Tech. His academic involvement includes Robotics, TMSAC, Academic Decathlon, University Interscholastic League, and Destination Imagination.

Favorite Quote: My favorite quote comes from the book, Mans Search for Meaning: “Questions about the meaning of life can never be answered by sweeping statements. “Life” does not mean something vague, but something very real and concrete, just as life’s tasks are also real and concrete. They form a man’s destiny, which is different and unique.” Victor Frankl states that the question of life’s purpose can’t just have an answer, but must be built off of our actions that further shape our destiny, with its many pathways.

The New Tech Way-College Fair

Students attended New Tech's very own College Fair on February 12th. Students had the opportunity to take a sneak peek into college/universities by speaking to representatives. Students were able to gather information from prospective colleges/universities of interest.

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2019-2020 New Tech Student Council (StuCo)

Right to left -Clintrick Stoker(9th), Bobby Lawrence(10th),Alex Ramirez-Argote(9th),Tanajia Polk(11th), Demi Butler (10th),Trenyce Shipp(11th), Adrianna Mack(12th), Jasmyne Smith(12th), Dajunee Lewis(12th), and Alondra Diaz(10th).

Scientists on the Move

The Egg Drop

Project-Based Learning: Baby Got Genes

Rapping the Beat- Thermodynamics

New Tech Look Forward

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