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ORAA Teacher Uses Creative Approach to Teach Math

January 4, 2018

Springs’ Otay Ranch Academy for the Arts (ORAA) teacher Jeannette Fetterhoff uses a creative and entertaining approach to teach math skills to her first-grade students. She explained: “Teddy Bear Airline is a TPS STEM project that I use to introduce students to adding and subtracting within 20, skip counting by 2’s and ordering objects by length. Continue reading

Venture Girl is a Rising Tennis Star

January 4, 2018

Charlotte “Charly” Saltz, a 6th-grade student with Springs’ Venture Online Program, is a rising star on the competitive youth tennis circuit. Charly chose Venture last year to give her the flexibility to pursue tennis, training several hours a day with her father’s tennis program in Los Angeles. Continue reading

KEYS Teen Active in Civil Air Patrol

December 11, 2017

Alyssa Takeshita-Kaufman, 15, a 10th-grade student with the KEYS program, is active in the Civil Air Patrol at March Air Reserve Base and had the opportunity to ride onboard a KC-135 Stratotanker, which is used to refuel other planes in flight. Continue reading

Temecula Student Center Offers Teens & Tech Presentation

December 11, 2017

Springs Charter Schools’ Temecula Student Center will present Teens & Tech, a discussion for parents on how to keep their teenage children safe from threats that can come through the internet, on Thursday, January 25, 6 – 7:30 p.m. in the Center’s multi-purpose building, 43040 Margarita Road, Temecula. Continue reading

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