The Weekly Jr. Oiler
November 17, 2017
Environmental Science was Hands-On in Catalina
Memorable activities also included a sunrise hike, algae art, and day and night snorkels along the bay in Catalina. Students learned non-stop and experienced camping to the fullest while participating in stewardship activities and water conservation. Other games included the ever popular "Gaga Ball," human foosball, and "long division" challenge where students use senses other than sight to find their way out of a difficult maze.
All in all, it is an experience that these students will never forget. They built stronger friendships and grew as young adults. Thank you to Mrs. Zellmer for organizing and chaperoning the trip and Mr. Joyce and Mrs. Brown for chaperoning as well.
Dwyer Is Thankful
"I am thankful that I can spend quality time with my family and I am also grateful for my grandparents." --Aidan C.
"I am thankful for my family and all they have provided for me." --Lyric S.
"I am thankful for wifi, food, to be an American, and for living in the best hometown." --Luke K.
"I am thankful for my family and getting to be at school to learn." --Jade H.
"I am thankful that my family is doing really well and I love my ocean view from Dwyer!" --Mrs. Miller, front office
"We are thankful for our co-workers." -- Miss Gloria, Miss Elsa, and Miss Mary Ann, cafeteria
"I am thankful for the great staff I work with and that I get to work in the community I grew up in." --Mr. Keenan, teacher
We wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!
ASB students coordinated games of human tic-tac-toe at lunch this week!
What Do You See?
Students in Mrs. Radomske's class collected data on genetics they observed in class.
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November 20-24 - Thanksgiving Break