Bellevue East HAL News
Emperor Science Award
Are you a Sophomore or Junior and love Science?
Enter the Emperor Science Award program for a chance to work alongside a mentoring scientist!
Winning students will be paired with university-level research scientists for the opportunity to explore the world of science and become part of the next generation of cancer researchers!
Seminar for SENIORS!
Tuesday, Oct. 6th, 2:45pm
Bellevue East High School, Room D-19
If you are a Senior and are interested in this seminar, please fill out the form at this link!
Come and learn about all of the opportunities that are awaiting you!
In Case You Missed It
So far this year we have met with Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors (Juniors, your time will come) to discuss HAL at East for 2015-2016. We discussed some of the following:
- Again, we will be offering Seminars over a variety of topics that are pertinent to gifted teens.
- We will also continue to offer guest speakers from career fields; many times those speakers have internship (sometimes even paid internships) opportunities for students.
- There are also a number of academic competitions that are available to you; check your email and read these newsletters.
- Speaking of checking your email; we have a Remind account set up to send you reminders throughout the year. Please sign up for that by texting the message @imhal to 81010
QUIZ BOWL PRACTICES!
Quiz bowl practices are in D-19 every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 3:20-4:00! Come join in the fun!
Enjoy working on challenging math problems and problem solving? Join Mr. Messier in E-06 on every-other Tuesday starting September 22. Just listen to the announcements! Competitions will be coming soon!
UNL Math Day!
UNL Math Day is an exciting day of math problems and fun! If you are interested in attending this event, please email us as soon as possible. We may have a "practice" probe test to find 14 qualifiers.
QUIZ BOWL PRACTICES!
Why am I identified for HAL services?
You were identified as a High Ability Learner at some point in your education.
The Nebraska Department of educations states:Children capable of high performance include those with demonstrated achievement and/or potential ability in any of the following areas, singly or in combination:
• general intellectual ability
• specific academic aptitude
• creative or productive thinking
• leadership ability
• visual or performing arts
• psychomotor ability
At some time during your middle school or high school years, a plan for your learning has been developed to help your teachers know how you learn and to guide them in helping you challenge yourself!
We hope that we can be of assistance in these areas. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Sailors, Mr. Bossman, or Ms. Kinen.