Eastvale STEM Academy
Fall 2017 Newsletter
Welcome to the our 2017-2018 school year!
Our Eastvale STEM Academy at Eleanor Roosevelt High School is committed to providing your student with the same rigorous curriculum in a dynamic, innovative learning environment as offered on our main campus.
The Eastvale STEM Academy is built on three founding principles: Access, Collaboration, and Partnership. We believe all students should have access to a rigorous curriculum, whether on the main campus or at the STEM Academy. Collaboration is encouraged at all levels: students to students, staff to staff, school and district to industries and educational institutions. We also focus on preparing our students to be college and career ready in the STEM fields upon graduation through partnerships.
When enrolled in the STEM program, students can expect a learning experience that takes the processes of critical thinking, problem solving, innovation, and collaboration and integrates it into the curriculum of real-world science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
September 2017 - STEM Students Trained in Hands-Only CPR & AED!
September 2017 - Our STEM HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Students Visited AMR
September 2017 - Engineering Students to Aviation Exploration Program Hosted by Cal Baptist University
A Look Back at 2016-2017!
STEM Deconstruction Day!
Riverside County Science and Engineering Fair 2016-2017
Eastvale STEM Academy Groundbreaking Ceremony on February 3, 2017
We would like to thank our community for their continued support and involvement in the Eastvale STEM Academy at Eleanor Roosevelt High School. This project is made possible by Measure GG.
Eastvale STEM Academy building coming in 2018-19!
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND UPCOMING EVENTS...
Eastvale STEM Academy Took Home Several CNUSD District Science Fair Awards!
2nd Annual Science and Engineering Expo
STEM Students Toured Kinematics Physical Therapy Clinic in Norco
Eastvale STEM Academy Building Design Won An Award
Eastvale STEM Academy Students have GREAT ATTENDANCE!
STEM SPEAKER SERIES - 2017-18
November 1st - EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER
SUMMER 2016 ROBOTICS CAMP
MEDICAL BOOT CAMP - OCTOBER 2016
Eastvale STEM Advisory Committee
- Kim Burndred, STEM Advisory Committee President
- Dr. Lorena Newson, STEM Advisory Committee Vice President
- Dr. Rachell Auld, ERHS Teacher
- Mary Timassy-Nelson, Parent
- Joe Tessari, City of Eastvale
- Michelle Nissen, City of Eastvale
- Dr. Albert Randall
- Karon Myles, NSWC Corona
- Peter Lum, CNUSD Coordinator of Ed. Services
- Dr. Kim Lawe, E-STEM Director
- Jeremy Goins, ERHS Principal
- Dr. Matthew Fujita
- Shannon Burndred, Riverside County Health
- Kelly Bruce, CNUSD Administrative Director of Ed. Services
- Dan Brown, Engineering for Kids
- Dr. Gina Boster, CNUSD Director of CTE
- Linnie Bailey, CNUSD Community Liaison
- Evita Tapia, CNUSD Communications
- Gloria Coder, Inland Health Professions Coalition
- Jeanette Bowles, ERHS Teacher
- Katheryn Marnin, ERHS Teacher
Exploring Computer Science/AP Principles of Comp Sci
Introduction to Engineering and Architecture/Robotics
Mrs. Lanee Tessari
Mrs. Tessari is not new to our school and district. Having worked at the Corona-Norco Unified School District office and at Eleanor Roosevelt High School prior to coming to the Eastvale STEM Academy, Mrs. Tessari brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Academy. As a resident and active participant of the Eastvale Community, we are excited to have Mrs. Tessari continue to serve our Eastvale STEM Academy students here at Eleanor Roosevelt High School.
Mrs. Caroline Cabal
We are excited to welcome Mrs. Cabal as our new Eastvale STEM Academy counselor! All STEM Academy students will be working alongside Mrs. Cabal on their 4-year plans, scheduling, and other academic opportunities. Mrs. Cabal recently earned her Masters Degree at Azusa Pacific University.
Dr. Kim Lawe
Dr. Lawe has spent the past seven years here at Eleanor Roosevelt High School as an administrator. She recently earned her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership at Azusa Pacific University. She has conducted extensive research in STEM education and is excited to have a hand in leading the vision of the Eastvale STEM Academy.
This page was last updated on October 17, 2017.