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FC196861 JPEG.jpgI have been asked if we can order my items from this catalog, but we need to order 39 items minimum for it to happen. Let me know what you will be interested in and we can see if we can get another shipment in. Thank you to all of the students, staff and athletes that participated. The gear looks amazing!


Stop by my room (2013) if you need a sample catalog.


R. Brown


Do you have a vision of how robotics will affect the world by the year 2066? Use your knowledge and imagination to tell the world what role robotics will play in society 50 years from now. Your vision could earn your school or community a live demonstration of Honda Robotics products including the world’s most advanced humanoid robot, ASIMO!

Earn a live demonstration of Honda Robotics products in your

school or community by creating a video, photo or essay showing

how robotics will impact society by the year 2066


The contest is open to individuals ages 13-18 or

clubs, schools and youth organizations with

members aged 13-18 and can be submitted by


Submission can be video, photo or essay.

See the contest page for details and complete rules.

Entry deadline is January 3.




The RSI application is Now Open!
The Center for Excellence in Education (CEE) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) co-sponsor the Research Science Institute (RSI) and are looking for talented 11th Grade or equivalent STEM Students! Do you have an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics and a desire to complete a research program with other very talented young scholars?

Apply to the (RSI) program to be held on the MIT campus June 25 - August 5, 2017.  RSI is free of cost to students except for travel to and from MIT.  Visit the CEE website for RSI application materials.  See application information at:

Please contact Maite Ballestero, Executive Vice President, Programs & Administration, If you have questions.  Visit CEE on Facebook - look for Center for Excellence in Education, or Follow CEE1983 on Twitter!


USA Biology Olympiad (USABO)Registration Is Open!

As the premiere US biology competition for high school, students the USA Biology Olympiad (USABO) enriches the life science education of nearly 10,000 talented students annually.  It provides the motivation, curricular resources, and skills training to take them beyond their classroom experience to the level of international competitiveness.  After two rounds of challenging exams, twenty Finalists are invited to a residential training program where they learn advanced biological concepts and exacting lab skills at the USABO National Finals.  Ultimately, four students are competitively selected for Team USA to represent the USA at the International Biology Olympiad (IBO) in a worldwide competition involving student teams from over sixty countries.  The IBO will be held in Coventry, United Kingdom, July 23 - 30, 2017 (

The 2017 Registration is now open for teachers and their respective schools.  To register, please visit the USABO website sure to check out the Biology Story of the day and to “friend” the USABO on Facebook.

Students should check Student Info for study resources.Registration closes January 16, 2017.  Contact Kathy Frame, USABO Director, at if you have any questions.  We look forward to your students participating!

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The Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP)

The Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP) is CEE’s program for middle and high school STEM teachers.  TEP provides opportunities for rural and urban teachers to connect with experts from industry, academia, government, and STEM organizations to explore cutting edge research and make meaningful professional links with direct benefits for themselves and their students.  TEP events are planned in California, Florida, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia for this school year.  We invite interested teachers to visit the program website at to find out how to connect with scientists and engineers in your community through Bite of Science sessions and Teacher Roundtables and to explore a variety of online STEM resources. All online resources and events are cost-free for all participants.

Thank You All!







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CAMS Winter Recess- Dec. 19-Jan. 6

Please note the CAMS campus will be closed for Winter Recess beginning December 19, 2016-January 6, 2017.  Families wishing to submit their Counselor Report after December 16, 2016 must mail the Report to CAMS by the December 23, 2016 deadline.


December 2016

CAMS Families -

With only a few weeks left, everyone is working hard to end the semester strong. In an effort to better communicate with our families, this month we are holding a ...more

Work Based Learning Survey

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Hohoho Rebels! 


"Holidays Around The World" will be held during lunch Monday through Friday on the week of December 12th through December 16th, and we need performers! 


If you're interested in performing as a club or as an individual, sign-up on the Google form.  Sign-ups are due THIS Wednesday, November 30, 2016.  Any questions?  Contact ASB's Special Events Committee.


~ASB Committee


Many students are playing the bottle flipping game on campus.  While popular, this game is creating a safety concern on campus and will no longer be allowed.  The staff have removed several water bottles from the beams and awnings above the lunch tables and other walkways.  These bottles have the potential to fall on students and staff, creating a safety hazard on campus.  Students are to refrain from playing this game on campus. Students found playing this game on campus will be referred to Ms. Shipman for discipline. 


Early outs need to be requested BEFORE school with parent note including exact release time. This includes Dr./Dentist appointments.


Remember to go to the Attendance office for ALL early outs/approvals.


Please Note: College or Scholarship visits / Interviews need 2 days prior approval from the principal for the absence to be excused.


Permisos para salidas temprano de la escuela tienen que ser solicitados ANTES del comienzo de la escuela con la nota de los padres incluyendo el tiempo de liberación exacto. Esto incluye citas al Doctor /Dentista.

Recuerde que su estudiante debe ir a la oficina de asistencia para todas las salidas tempranas / aprobaciones.

Tenga En Cuenta: Visitas a la Universidad o para Becas / Entrevistas necesitan 2 días para la aprobación previa por la Directora para que la ausencia sea justificada.


Online Math Support for Grades 9-12 Click Here.