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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Returning School Materials
On Wednesday, May 27th we are asking for all materials except for laptops to be returned to school. This includes books, instruments, science equipment, and any other items that belong to the school. If you were unable to pick up your locker contents you are able to get those tomorrow as well. Thank you for your support in returning materials to SLCSE.
Please come at your designated time.
Annual End of Year Talent Show!!!
COVID-19 & Remote Learning
Students will not attend classes starting Monday, March 16th. We will transition to remote learning, which will commence on Wednesday, March18th. For the latest information regarding SLCSD's COVID-19 response, visit the Salt Lake School District website. Information about COVID-19 that is translated into 14 languages can be found here.
Remote learning will primarily utilize CANVAS. Directions for how to access CANVAS can be found here in English and here in Spanish.
To quickly access CANVAS, contact faculty members, and/or determine online learning video chat schedules (by grade level) see below:
Social Emotional Learning
The University of Utah's Wellbeing Team has been working with SLCSE students for the past two years, and continue to support the SLCSE community throughout our remote learning time. Please visit the Social Emotional Learning page for weekly materials.
Utah Science & Engineering Fair
Congratulations to all of SLCSE's participants in the 2020 Utah Science and Engineering Fair, and an extra shout-out to Olivia and Molly for their selection to participate in the upcoming International Science Fair!!
At the Salt Lake Regional competition for National History Day, five projects by SLCSE students placed in the top three of their category. These students' projects will advance to the statewide virtual competition later in April.
The category, student (grade), and project titles are:
Website by Brian (10), War Declared: The Breaking Of Barriers In Medicine And Society
Exhibit by Daphne (11), Gut Reaction: A Surgeon, A Trapper, and the Experiments that Drew Them Together
Historical paper by Molly (11), Remaining Barriers: Racial Reconciliation Fantasies in Film
Historical paper by Lukas (9), Humankind and Their View of the Solar System
Documentary film by Ashley (10) and Nathan (10), A Forgotten History: The 1917 Bath Riots
Congratulations to all of the students who participated in History Fair this year at SLCSE. Their consistent work in Fridays afterschool meetings provided an academic and rewarding end to each week for Mr. Dearden, Ms. Haakenson, and Mr. Crandall.
Poetry Out Loud
Congratulations to SLCSE Senior and Utah's 1st Place Winner, Olivia!!
SLCSE Artwork Recognized by Artes de Mexico en Utah
Ahitza and Amber will both receive awards from Artes de Mexico en Utah for their artwork that embraces the Call for Artists contest objective:
"winners for the Call for Artists contest, named this year “Nuestras Raices”"Our Roots" to acknowledge the "International Year of the Indigenous Languages". The selected artworks will be published in a book along with the winners of the poetry and prose. This book is sponsored by the Salt Lake Community College and the Community Writing Center."
Schools of Opportunity Recognition
SLCSE was recently recognized by the national Schools of Opportunity project, an annual honor that "recognizes high schools that work to close opportunity gaps by creating learning environments that reach every student." SLCSE was one of seven high schools in the U.S. to be recognized in the 2018/2019 Schools of Opportunity project cycle. Congratulations to the entire SLCSE community!
To read more about this outstanding honor, visit The Washington Post.
View Mr. Madden's interview on Channel 4 News.
Utah Governor's Medal for Science & Technology
The Utah Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology is the highest civilian award bestowed by the State in those fields. It is awarded in the three categories of academia/research, k-12 science education, and industry. And look who the K-12 science educator is..............SLCSE's Diane Crim!!!!
SLCSE Graduates Share Why SLCSE Was