650 W. Mission Road.
San Marcos, CA 92069
A grand-slam-science-and-engineering-finale at PETCO park all day on Saturday, March 24th.
Many of the Festival Events are designed specifically for Class Field Trips. Free transportation is also provided by the Festival. Please see details under K-12 Transportation. Over 55,000 kids, families, scientists, engineers, educators, and other community members are expected to take part in this year's activities, with over 20,000 people attending on EXPO DAY, a free-to-the-community event! Details are being updated daily as we approach the Festival.
War Horse “One Book Club”- March 2012
The “One Book Club” is a bi-weekly meeting where students have the opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas on the book War Horse. Presented in three segments, the book club curriculum is designed to challenge students and give them techniques to strengthen their reading skills. Each week different activities have been designed to be fun, interactive, and educational. When the book club is completed students will be rewarded with a private screening of the movie.
Point Loma Credit Union “Empowerment through Education” March 30th, 2012.
GEAR UP events are special because each
“Celebrating the Power of Education”
PLCU celebrates financial literacy month. PLCU has reached over 1,000 families with financial education in 2011. PLCU is making a difference!
Mixer and Open House!
Professor John Valdez- Multi Cultural Studies Chair at Palomar CollegeDr. Maria de la Luz Reyes- Book Presentation and signing: “Words were all we had”
Exhibitors: Foundation for Women, California State University, Migrant Education Workers Program (SDCOE), BECA Foundation North County Health Services, FanFaire Foundation and COCIO (Coalicion de Comunidades Indigenas de Oaxaca)
Monthly English Language Advisory Committee Meetings-
Four pillars of ELAC- Increased school attendance, awareness of census reporting, feed back from parental surveys, and advancing the education goals of English Learners.