The Math Club
The Math Club provides students with the opportunity to team with other students to develop critical thinking and mathematical reasoning skills. Students attend local math competitions hosted by nearby schools and districts. Participation in Math Field Days support students in joining together in promoting excellence in mathematics, collaboration, achieving goals, and school spirit.
For more information about the Math Club, please contact Ms. Martinez at (714) 543 – 0023 or email@example.com
Art & Math Night – quarterly events, hosted by our Math Curriculum Specialist and Arts Director to display the different types of activities in Math and Art. Art Auctions are also held during this time.
Children Investigating Science with Parents and Afterschool
Children Investigating Science with Parents and Afterschool (CHISPA) – is a project that strives to address the disparity in science achievement of Latino children in the United States. It is done in collaboration between the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), ASPIRA and the California Science Center. CHISPA is a Science Program for students in the Extended Day Program, where students are able to learn about STEM activates and participate in hands-on science experiments. CHISPA also holds a Family Science Day where families are able to visit the CA Science Center during the school year.
El Sol Academy has partnered up with Projects Scientist, a great program created to allow girls develop skills in STEM. El Sol Academy currently offers a program that allows approximately 20 girls from 6th – 8th grade develop their understanding in the area of STEM. One of the activities they do include, 6 field trips during the school year in which they learn hand on science lessons. This gives El Sol girls the opportunity to explore areas that are predominately male driven and nurture future female scientists.
Global G.L.O.W. strengthens and amplifies girls’ voices as a catalyst for the discourse on gender equality. Our dynamic mentorship model emphasizes social-emotional learning (SEL) with a research based, theme-driven curriculum to build self-esteem, resilience and global citizenship to empower girls in the most underserved communities. Today, Global G.L.O.W.’s programs ignite the power of 5,000+ girls annually in 26 countries across 5 continents. Our innovative out-of-school programs serve girls in grades 5-12, with lessons that explore creative expression with their near peer mentors, together through powerful story exchanges in a safe haven, our girls learn possible paths to furthering future outlook, academic success, self-expression and community.
To learn more about Global G.L.O.W. please visit: globalgirlsglow.org