to S.I.G.N.A.L (Shivum.Ibrahim.Galen.National.Association.Leveees) team from Bowditch Middle School on receiving honorable mention in the 2017 eCYBERMISSION STEM competition. In this competition, teams propose a solution to a real problem in their communities and compete for State, Regional and National Awards.
They collected data from different resources, did experiment using proposed Levee enhancements including printing 3D models to use and run experiments, analyzed the data, and presented their proposed solution to the City of Foster City.
eCYBERMISSION is a web-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics competition for 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grade teams across the US; it is one of the STEM initiatives offered by the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP).
To learn more about their project, View Mission for 'S.I.G.N.A.L'
From May 22 – June 2, the San Mateo-Foster City Education Foundation will run this uniquely educational fundraiser. Students who participate will be eligible for cool prizes. All money raised will come directly back to our school. Please join the effort by supporting your students during Read-A-Thon!
Desde el 22 de mayo al 2 de junio, la Fundación para la Educación de San Mateo y Foster City conducirá este evento educativo. Los alumnos que participen serán elegibles para premios. Todo el dinero recaudado volverá directamente a nuestra escuela. Por favor únase a nosotros por apoyar a sus estudiantes durante la Read-A-Thon!
Hello Bowditch Community,
Every year, the Interact Club conducts Penny Wars to help support the Pennies for Patients program to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Our challenge this year is to beat our total donation of $1600 from last year.
There are multiple collection boxes in each room. The Interact Club will be collecting boxes every Thursday. Pennies add up for positive points. Silver and paper add up for negative points. We challenge you to put in silver and paper into competing classes so they have the most negative points.
The classes with the most positive and negative points will earn a class prize at the end of May.
Please contact Mr. Klieman and Interact members for more information.
is pleased to announce that out of our 7 first place entries, 3 received the Award of Excellence (1st place in the District level competition) and have already been advanced to the California State PTA. We will hear about the State PTA results in mid-March, but we will not get those entries back until after the PTA Convention (April 28-30). How exciting!
Our three candidates are:
Nicole Masarova- Literature
Lucas Immanuel- Film
Aditya Kishore- Photography
Thanks again to all the participants and we wish Nicole, Lucas, and Aditya the very best.
The Award of Merit, Honorable Mention, and Participation entries (all of the entries that did not advance to State PTA) will be displayed at the 17th District PTA's Founders Day Luncheon on Friday, Feb 10 at Dominic's at Oyster Point. There will be a free viewing from 11:00 to 11:30 am; to attend and eat at the luncheon costs $25. Here is the luncheon flyer.
Here are our overall results:
Jane Chen, Visual Arts, Merit
Lucas Immanuel, Excellence
Asuka Iwamoto, Visual Arts, Participation
Aditya Kishore, Photography, Excellence
Natalie Masarova, Dance Merit
Nicole Masarova, Literature, Excellence
Amasha Perera, Music Merit