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  • Hello Discovery Academy of Science Friends and Families, 11/22/2019 I would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. I am very thankful to work with such a wonderful group of students, parents, and staff. 2nd Quarter Progress Reports  2nd quarter progress reports sent home today, Friday, November 22.  Please review your student’s mid-quarter academic progress. You may contact your classroom teacher

    for any questions or concerns.  You can check DAS Connect anytime for updated student academic performance.

    Barnes and Nobles Book Fair  DAS PVO organized a book fair at Clearwater Barnes and Nobles on Wednesday, December 4th

    Thanksgiving Break November 25-29  DAS will be closed the week of November 25-29 due to Thanksgiving break  Students will return to school on Monday, December 2nd.

    School Attendance  Please be mindful of your student's school attendance. Continuous school attendance is a key to student

    success. If your child develops habitual absence, it will affect academic performance dramatically.  Family trips and vacations are unexcused absences. Please refer to the student-parent handbook page-8

    for the details. If you have any questions about school attendance, please contact DAS school counselor Ms. Robin Chaloune at [email protected]

    Important – Please Notice  All AR goals are now posted for grades 2-5. Please check your student's AR goal and encourage your

    child to meet the goal.  Students must be dropped off at the north campus by 7:55 pm sharp. We allow early drop off at 7:00

    am  The classes begin at 8:00 am sharp. Parents must sign in the student at the main office after 8:00 am.

    Please remember that habitual tardiness may result in the removal of the student from after school clubs.

     DAS Connect is up and running for all students. Please make sure to check your emails daily to learn your student's daily progress at DAS.

     If you do not receive daily emails, please contact the front office to update your email. We can only have two parent emails for each child to receive daily notifications.

    Emre Akbaba, Principal Discovery Academy of Science

    mailto:[email protected]

  • TIME: 7:00 AM in the Music Room

    DATES: AUG 30 - SEPT 27 - OCT 25 - NOV 22 - DEC 20

    RSVP: www.allprodadsday.com/chapters/10948

    RSVP is Required—Space is limited for each meeting

    For More Info: Mr. Currier - [email protected]

    TEAM UP & HERO UP

    With other dads and kids at your school for a quick and fun breakfast. You’ll take

    away some great tips and resources to help you be the best dad you can be, and

    you’ll strengthen your relationship with your kids at the same time.

    JOIN US FOR ALL PRO DAD’S DAY

    AT DISCOVERY ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

    https://allprodadsday.com/ https://allprodadsday.com/chapters/10948 mailto:[email protected]

  • Discovery Academy of Science - PVO

    Wednesday, December 4th, 6pm-8pm Barnes & Noble Clearwater

    23654 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater

    Join us for:

    Visit BN.COM/bookfairs to support us online from 12/04/19 to 12/11/19

    by entering Bookfair ID 12547444 at checkout.

    Wednesday, December 4th, 6pm-8pm

    Barnes & Noble Clearwater

    23645 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater

    Bookfair ID Number: 12547444

    supporting

    Discovery Academy of Science - PVO

    supporting

    Discovery Academy of Science - PVO

    Wednesday, December 4th, 6pm-8pm

    Barnes & Noble Clearwater

    23645 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater

    Bookfair ID Number: 12547444

    Childrens’ Section - Superhero Arts and Crafts

    - Storytime – teachers reading stories – (Mrs. Heathscott,

    Mrs. Holland, Mr. Prindle, and Mrs. Townsend)

    - Face Painting

    Music Room

    - Artwork Display of students in art class

    Café

    - Dessert decorating – purchase a cookie or cupcake and

    decorate for free

    - Decorating Contest – load photos of decorated desserts

    to facebook for judging

  • November 18 – 22, 2019

    MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDY SESSIONS ARE HAPPENING

    NOW! Check out Avery & Alexis working

    in Circuit Lab!

    ATTENTION: ELEMENTARY STUDENTS & FAMILIES! Are you interested in joining the Elementary Science Olympiad team this year? Please join us at one of our interest sessions for more information and to sign up.

    What: Science Olympiad Presentation for Student and Coach Recruitment When: Thursday, December 12th between 3:30 - 4 PM Saturday, December 14th between 9-10 AM Where: Curlew Campus ~ Mrs. Lykon's STEM Classroom For whom: 2nd - 5th Grade students and parents

    Elementary Interest Sessions: Event Summary Head coach Mrs. Lykon will deliver an introductory Science Olympiad presentation to 2nd-5th grade parents and students. Families will receive information about: • DAS Science Olympiad team vision and goals • Science Olympiad team structure • Specific details about each Science Olympiad event • Student application • Parent application for coaching

    Mrs. Lykon [email protected]

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    IMPORTANT MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE OLYMPIAD DATES:

    • Saturday, January 11th (Invitational in Jacksonville)

    • Saturday, February 8th (Regional Competition at HCC)

    Last weekend we played laser tag at Celebration Station!

    mailto:[email protected]

  • November 18 - 22, 2019

    Mrs. Lykon (like the camera brand Nikon but with an L!)

    In 6th Grade Science this week we learned about

    electromagnetic waves, specifically light waves and

    sound waves. Students investigated the sounds that

    straws of various lengths make. After break we will move on to studying forces and motion!

    The STEM & 6th Grade Science classroom needs pencils and

    paper towels! Thank you! : )

    Students in STEM finished their “Geometrocity” design and building project.

    Check out some of their work below!

    [email protected]

  • Club News FLL Team have completed the robot de- sign, started the script for their project and designed their presentation of core values..

    FLL, new challenge for this year is City Shaper !!!

    Tournament Date—January 25th 2020

    Computing — Mrs Bradbury

    Welcome to Computing, 6th Grade have been practicing the use of ‘keypress’ commands , examples included space down, left down, right down etc.

    The students have completed their end of chapter assessment project, where they have created interactive greeting cards, which demonstrate all the skills they have learned during the unit. The card includes a back- ground, moving sprites, text and at least one user interaction. Great work 6th Grade.

    8th Grade have started to use Event Driven Pro- gramming this week.

    We have learned about creating buttons, and asso- ciating these with events, so that when a button is clicked and event happens, for example when a button is clicked another screen is displayed.

    The students have demonstrated their under- standing of this by creating a 4 screen interactive app, where they have used images, text, designed and created buttons, programmed events and add- ed sounds. Well done 8th grade, amazing work !!

    The very first Apple logo featured Sir Isaac Newton sitting underneath a tree, with an apple about to hit his head.

    Some of 8C completing their Apps

  • “Education is not the learning

    of facts, but the training of the

    mind to think”.

    Albert Einstein

    MRS. MILLIGAN’S

    GIFTED CLASS

    3rd Grade

    The students

    design, build and

    test model race

    cars made from

    simple materials

    (lifesaver-shaped

    candies, plastic

    drinking straws,

    Popsicle sticks,

    index cards, tape)

    as a way to

    explore

    independent,

    dependent and

    control variables.

    They measure the

    changes in

    distance travelled

    with the addition of

    mass to the

    vehicles. Students

    also practice the

    steps of

    the engineering

    design

    process by

    brainstorming,

    planning, building,

    testing, and

    improving their

    "mint-mobiles."

    Check out the

    different creations~

    https://www.teachengineering.org/k12engineering/designprocess https://www.teachengineering.org/k12engineering/designprocess https://www.teachengineering.org/k12engineering/designprocess

  • Did you miss the deadline?

    You Can STILL Place Your Order ONLINE or by PHONE

    Until Wednesday, November 27th.

    Parents get busy — and some things slip through the

    cracks; but we COUNT ON and APPRECIATE your

    support for our school. We have extended the

    LAST CALL for Square 1 Art keepsake orders

    featuring the artwork your child made for you!

    Please go to square1art.com/shop

    or call 1.888.332.3294 and place your order.

    Don’t forget: all proceeds support our mission. You’ll find products

    for any size budget — and t

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