At SLCSE, we develop the character and skills necessary to "Change Reality." We are courageous and persistent problem-solvers. We take healthy risks. We make mistakes and learn from our mistakes. We care about the quality of our work. We use professional language and kindness to develop learning communities. We take care of our abundant resources and use them to serve our school community and beyond. We use our curiosity, imagination and adaptability to direct ourselves in our quest; as learners, critical thinkers and ethical world citizens.
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SLCSE Newsletter for September 19, 2014 is here En Espanol.
SLCSE After School
Tuesday September 16, 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Parent Seminar on Youth Protection - Topics will include mental health issues,substance abuse and intervention, bullying, and internet safety
Friday September 19
Thursday September 25
Friday September 26
No school for students
This past July, Mrs. Powell, Alejandra Gonzalez, and Leslie Vanegas spent a week at Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama. They participated in several astronaut simulations. One of their favorites was the 1/6 gravity simulation to show them how it would feel to walk on the moon. Leslie and Alejandra participated in two successful missions while Mrs. Powell's shuttle didn't fare so well. They met astronauts throughout the week and were able to hear their inspiring stories. Astronaut, Don Thomas, failed to be selected by NASA 3 times over a span of ten years. Finally, the 4th time he applied, he was accepted. He is now one of NASA's most accomplished astronauts. His story showed extreme perseverance and work ethic in order to achieve his dream. They learned a lot about the numerous STEM careers out there and were able to participate in loads of engineering competitions. They launched rockets, zip lined, and escaped a crashed helicopter simulation. They had lots of adventures and learned a lot!