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Tips for getting caught up!
Here are some Tips for getting caught up in your courses!
Calendar Dates to Know
November 24th: Mid-Block Check
November 25th-27th: Thanksgiving Break
December 7th-11th: Spirit Week
December 18th: Regional Ice Skating Outings
December 21st-January 1st: Winter Break
January 14th: Last day of 2nd Block & Semester 1
UTVA HS's Big 3
Science Fair Information
Participation in the UTVA’s Science Fair is OPTIONAL. All Kindergarten – 12th grade students are invited to participate. There will be 2 ways to present your projects:
1.In-person with a tri-board presentation during the January outings at various locations around the state on Friday January 22, 2016.
2. Virtually with a power point presentation in a class connect session on Friday January 22, 2016.
IF you decide to participate, you will NEED to register and let us know if you plan to present in person at one of the outing locations, or virtually in a class connect session.
Please register by Fri Dec. 18 here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1RgcL7aJpAEdAX_JX9_AP55yETOKctWOiLfdNmCBtWLo/viewform
There will be 4 OPTIONAL Science Fair Help class connect sessions that you are welcome to attend if you want/need help with your project. They will be Monday Dec 7th, at 2:30pm; Friday Dec 18th at 12:00pm; Monday January 11th at 3:00pm; and Monday January 18th at 3:00pm.
Also, you can go into any of the Learning Centers (ask your homeroom teacher for locations and schedules) Dec. 14-18 and Jan. 4-8 for help with your projects. ***Mr. George Pechman will be able to help at the SLC Learning Centers anytime Nov. 30 – Jan. 21***
There will be certificates for all who participate in the Science Fair. Also, ask your science teacher if you get extra credit for participating! J The 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners from each grade will also get a winner’s certificate and a medal on a ribbon. The top 9 projects from 5th – 12th graders will be invited to continue on in the District Charter Schools Science Fair on Feb. 12th in Sandy, Utah.
There are many resources listed to help you come up with topics and ideas for your projects, conduct your projects and present your projects on the bottom of Mrs. Shallenberger’s website here: http://utvams.weebly.com/shallenberger---science-8.html
Please let your homeroom teacher know if you have any questions, or come to one of the help sessions!