4-Hers participated in the County Communications Contest Monday night. The events were: science fair. Art, photography, and public speaking. Contest results: Everyone received a blue award for the science fair for all if their hard work. Tied for Reserve Grand Champion- Leah Larkpor and Elise Thompson. Grand Champion goes to Karen Marquez.
Public Speaking: Chloe Stinnett and Leah Williams competed in the team illustrated talk and walked out as Grand Champions for the Jr. division with their speech over Gymnastics.
Art and Photography: All entries received blue or red awards for all participating 4-hers.
Photos provided by club leader, Ms. Graves Way to go 4-hers!!!
Young Robots' success at 2013 FLL Robotics Competition
On Saturday, November 9th, the fourth and fifth grade Robotics Team had their first competition in Edmond at the First Lego League 2013. Mentored by Mr. Ognev, the students displayed their enthusiasm, dedication, and scientific minds while competing in this event against 22 other teams from Oklahoma City. The four categories the team was judged on were, Robot Design, Project, Team Work, and Robot Mission Games. The students put in numerous hours after school, on Saturdays and during Fall Break in preparation for this event. Their perseverance paid off in a variety of ways. They received 3rd place in Team Work and 7th place in Robot Mission Games. But to all of us at DSAE, they deserve 1st place for their enjoyment and groovy team t-shirts, compliments of Mr. Ognev, they proudly wore on competition day. Way to go DSAE Rockets! You're future is looking bright!
In honor of Veteran's Day, November 11th, we were privileged to be paid a visit by members of the Oklahoma Veterans School Flag Program. The visitors, all veterans from the United States Marine Corp, shared personal stories with the students and played various military hymns for all to hear. Their presence represented the dedication, pride, heroism and dignity they have for our country. The folding of the flag was demonstrated by two marines while Mr. Billy May explained the meaning behind each fold of the flag. There was a question and answer session where the students were allowed to ask questions and the audience learned the difference between a Medal of Honor and a Purple Heart. As a special treat, the 4th graders prepared handwritten letters and cards for the Veterans in honor for their continued service and dedication to our country.
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Dove Science Academy Schools are high performing K-12 public charter schools in
Oklahoma that focus on math, science, engineering, and computer technologies to
provide opportunities for underserved communities. Dove Science Academy Schools
proudly serve more than 1,500 students in four college preparatory schools. With
a college acceptance rate of 100 percent, Dove Science Academy Schools have
earned the reputation of providing a distinct, high-quality education.
4 schools in Oklahoma
serving 1,600 students
800+ students on
our waiting list
73.5% of students qualify for free/reduced meals.
41.9% African American
3.1% Native American