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Rhoades Student selected as Broadcom MASTERS Nominee

Kian Chakamian, recent Rhoades School graduate was selected as a Broadcom MASTERS nominee.  Kian qualified for this honor by competing at the California State Science Fair this past spring.  Only 10% of science fair projects nationwide are selected for this opportunity.  Top prizes include $25,000, trips to STEM summer camps,…
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Middle School campus opens in September 2019

Dear Rhoades School Parents, I am writing to share some exciting news.  The Rhoades School will be “Growing into our Future” as we expand to a second campus in September 2019! Each year, I ask Middle School students what we can do to make their experience at Rhoades better and…
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Words Matter

On April 26, Dr. Adria O’Donnell returned to The Rhoades School for the final Parent Education event of the 2018/2019 school year. Dr. O’Donnell held presentations for both parents and students in grades 4-8 on managing stress and anxiety, and provided tools on how parents can communicate more effectively with…
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Grace Howard Featured on FOX 5 San Diego News

Current Rhoades student, Grace Howard, was featured in a morning segment on FOX 5 News.  On the show, Grace demonstrated how to cook a Hawaiian brunch for Mother’s Day.  Grace recently held a bake sale stand and auctioned off a cooking class to benefit the Angels Foster Family Network’s 20th…
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Rhoades School Students Win Honors at State Science Fair

Twenty-eight of our Rhoades School seventh and eighth graders were selected to compete at the prestigious California Science and Engineering Fair held in Los Angeles on April 30, 2019. The Rhoades School had more state science fair qualified students than any other school in San Diego County. This year’s participants…
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Mrs. Trout nominated for a scholarship to attend workshops hosted by Code.org®.

Congratulations to middle school technology teacher, Mrs. Trout, for being nominated for a scholarship to attend several workshops in a professional learning program provided by Code.org®.  These workshops prepare educators to teach the Computer Science Discoveries curriculum using Code.org®, the highest-rated, most broadly used course pathway for computer science.  The…
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Girl Rising Club raises more than $3,200 to benefit girls worldwide

Students in the Girl Rising Club raised more than $3,200 to benefit girls worldwide by hosting an Open Mic Night and Girl Rising Bazaar.  The Girl Rising Club is a part of a global campaign that works to educate and empower girls. More than 30 students participated in the Open…
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Rhoades MS Students Finalists for NEA BIG READ

Eleven Rhoades 7th Graders from Mrs. Schramm’s Literature/Language Arts classes were selected as finalists for the NEA BIG READ 2019. Presented by Write Out Loud San Diego, NEA BIG READ is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest and San Diego Public Library. Entrants first READ…
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Mrs. Sugarman Featured in the San Diego Union-Tribune

Kindergarten teacher, Julie Sugarman, was featured in a recent publication of the San Diego Union-Tribune.  In the feature, Mrs. Sugarman talks about “Rexy and the Four Steps to Friendship”, a book she and Mrs. Ruppert published in 2017, and their methods to help young children learn to communicate effectively. Click…
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Rhoades Student Qualifies to Compete at National Geographic GeoBee State Competition

    Congratulations to Jonah Berman for qualifying to participate in the 2019 National Geographic GeoBee State Competition.  Jonah is one out of 105 students in California who will be competing in Fresno, California on March 29, 2019. The National Geographic GeoBee is an annual competition designed to inspire and…
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