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Taste of CAMS -Fri., Oct. 21, 2016 @ 6pm .........................



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.


If you like any of this cool gear, see a Girls or Boys Basketball player or Coach Brown.

Thank you for supporting CAMS Athletics.

October 12-November 4th.


Open to all students and parents - grades 9-12


45th annual Career / College Exploration Night -

hosted by California State University, Long Beach


When:  Wednesday, November 2nd from 6:30 to 8:30 PM


Where:  The CSULB Walter Pyramid

              (on Atherton Street between Bellflower and Palo Verde

              1250 North Bellflower Blvd., Long Beach, CA  90840


free parking in lot 13 and 14


Open to current LA County high school sophomores and juniors, this opportunity sends students on an all-expenses-paid Earthwatch expedition over the summer to conduct hands-on scientific research in the field at a variety of locations throughout the country.



  1. Starting June 1, 2016 – Begin your application by clicking the Apply Now button below.
  3. By December 1, 2016 – Submit your completed application. Keep in mind the application requires two recommendations: one from a science teacher and another from either another teacher (any subject) or an adult mentor.
  4. March 2017 – Receive notification from Earthwatch on whether or not your application was successful. The Ignite program awards 50+ students from Los Angeles each year.
  5. Summer 2017 – Participate on a scientific field research expedition for 10-14 days during your summer vacation.

If you have done individual science research you may be eligible to apply for the Regeneron Talent Search.

How to Apply:

You should begin by reading the Regeneron STS Rules and Entry Instructions to be certain that you and your research are eligible.  If your project involves the use of humans or animals, these projects require special approval prior to experimentation.  You should read the Rules and Entry Instructions thoroughly and contact the Society if you have any doubts or questions.

Next, we highly recommend that you open an application as soon as possible so you can view requirements.  Teachers, parents, and others are welcome to open accounts to view the application; please use "Test" as your last name to enable an accurate count of active student accounts.  We highly recommend requesting recommendations and sending school transcripts immediately, even before entering your basic information.



The Long Beach Unified School District is supporting eligible eleventh graders with a free SAT Preparation Program to prepare for the "new" SAT.  Learn more and register here by Oct. 31.


If you are interested in participating in this years National History Day competition, please fill in and submit the project proposal form. Our next meeting is 10/24/2016 at 4 PM in Mr. Almeida's room where we will be reviewing proposals and breaking up into cohorts based on project category and subject area.  You will then be mentored through the process by either Almeida, Bucko, or Gold.


View flier in English/Spanish.


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The scary season has arrived – and the Press-Telegram wants to be spooked.

The newspaper is again launching its popular Scary Stories contest for Long Beach area youth. Winning entries – both stories and artwork – will be published in the Press-Telegram on Halloween, Oct. 31.

The rules are the same as last year: there will be three age categories for stories and drawings: Elementary school (K-5), middle school (grades 6-8), and high school (grades 9-12).

Here are the rules:

• The deadline is Oct. 24.
• All entries must be emailed, with the subject line “Scary Stories,” to: ptnews@presstelegram. Stories can be submitted in the body of the email, or as a Word attachment; drawings should be submitted in JPEG format, no larger than 5MG in size.
• Stories must be no longer than 650 words.
• Artwork must be original (no tracings)
• Entries will be judged based on imagination, creativity and theme.
• The winning entries will be published in the Press-Telegram on Oct. 31, and posted online.

If you have any questions, e-mail Press-Telegram City Editor Melissa Evans at or call 562-499-1280.



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School District News

Daily School Bulletin


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.


Reminder- When students leave their belongings in a classroom, they must ask the teacher to open the class to access their forgotten items.  When teachers are not available to open their classroom, students may request the office staff to open the door.  This request will only be granted if the item is necessary (i.e. keys, cell phone, medication) to leave campus.  Forgotten clothes, notebooks, or other items will need to wait until the teacher is present. 


Online Math Support for Grades 9-12 Click Here.