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Rhoades Student Places 10th at National Bouldering Tournament

Congratulations to 5th grader Zoe Yi, who placed 10th at the 2018 USA Climbing: Bouldering Youth National Championship, held February 9-11 in Salt Lake City, UT. Zoe’s love for climbing started two years ago after she attended a climbing camp. She soon joined a local climbing team, The Wall Climbing…
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Girl Rising and Change Makers Host Open Mic Night; Raise $2,100

On Friday, January 26, The Rhoades School hosted its first Open Mic Night. Co-sponsored by The Girls Rising Club and Change Makers Elective, this event featured more than 40 Rhoades students across both divisions performing songs, skits, dances, and poetry. The event raised money and awareness to help provide an education…
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Rhoades School team is Future City Southern California Regional Champion; advances to Finals in D.C.

A team of sixth graders from The Rhoades School were crowned champions in the Future City Southern California Regional event on Saturday, January 20 at Grossmont Community College. Future City starts with a question—how can we make the world a better place? This year’s theme was The Age Friendly City….
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The Rhoades School featured in Encinitas Advocate

The Rhoades School was recently featured in the Encinitas Advocate.  Click on the link below to view the full article. http://www.delmartimes.net/encinitas-advocate/news/sd-cm-enc-0112-rhoades-fundraiser-20180109-story.html

Open Mic Night Co-sponsored by the Girl Rising Club and Change Makers Elective

Two Rhoades School students participated in the Smart City Saturday Hackathon event on Saturday, January 6 in downtown San Diego

Two Rhoades School students participated in the Smart City Saturday Hackathon event on Saturday, January 6 in downtown San Diego.  Smart City Saturday was created by Sarah Hernholm, who believes that once teens become part of the conversation, and engaged in their city’s evolution, they will make an impact! When teens…
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Rhoades School 6th graders partnered with The Pulsera Project to learn about and support artists in Central America.

Rhoades School 6th graders partnered with The Pulsera Project to learn about and support artists in Central America.  Sra. Rozas has been teaching the 6th graders about the culture and geography of Nicaragua and Guatemala in Spanish class with support materials from the Pulsera Project. The 6th graders shared what…
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Fifth Grade students collected toiletries, socks, and snacks to help the homeless in San Diego.

This year at The Rhoades School, the fifth grade classes participated in a service learning project based on the spirit of giving. Our students collected toiletries, socks, and snacks to help the homeless in San Diego. We assembled 56 care packages and donated them to the San Diego Rescue Mission.

Raising awareness about food insecurity in San Diego

By Kate Peterson, 7th Grade Last year I was volunteering at Interfaith Community Services and a group of women came in with hundreds of sack lunches to donate. They shared that hundreds of families in San Diego are food insecure and don’t have enough money to afford food for their…
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Bridging the Digital Knowledge Gap

On Wednesday, November 29th, Jon Moffat , Founder of Cyber Education Consulting, spoke at The Rhoades School to share tips and tricks on how to ‘Bridge the Digital Knowledge Gap’ that exists between parents and children. From suggesting the creation of a mutually agreed upon tech contract, to teaching us how to…
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