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Special Visitor at GATE Summer School

Look who showed up in Mrs. Esquer's class today! Students got a chance to get to know this pretty beetle before allowing him (or her) to return to his (or her) natural APU habitat.

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GATE SUMMER SCHOOL


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Trash to Treasure

 

Where Is My Scholar?

If you need to locate your child in the event of an emergency, here is where you may find him/her.

Students in grades 3-8 are in the Duke Building (located across from the Felix Event Center) in the following rooms:

Mr. Adin: Duke 122

Mrs. Harris: Duke 118

Mrs. Somes: Duke 121

Mrs. Relph: Duke 119

Mrs. Esquer: Duke 117

High School Students are in the Darling Building (located next to the Darling Library) in the following rooms:

Leadership: Darling 407

Political Science: Darling 403

Writing: Darling 401

Who do I contact:

If you need to contact Tom Vogt, GATE Summer School Principal, the best method is e-mail: tvogt@azusa.org.

You may also contact:

AUSD Educational Services Dept. at (626) 858-6192

OR 

APU Teacher Ed. Dept.: Jeanne Raynaga at (626) 387-5715

 

 


CHARACTER BUILDING

FOR FUTURE LEADERS OF AMERICA

 


About forty of Azusa USD's elementary school GATE Students just got one step closer to becoming the types of leaders that America needs. For six weeks the students met in groups of about eight students after school on Thursdays to learn about characteristics of effective leaders. Each group was led by a pair of sociology students from a course taught by APU Professor Deb Baker. The APU students planned an agenda for each lesson that included reading children's stories, doing hands on activities, and discussing the leadership trait of the week. Character traits included honesty, responsibility, self-discipline, and compassion. Not only did our GATE students learn about leadership, they also made some new friends, and had a lot of fun! Thanks to Dr. Baker, this program has become an annual event, so anyone who didn't have a chance to participate this year can join us next time.

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GATE Summer School Upcoming Events

THURSDAY, July 26:

HIGH SCHOOL Field Trip to

Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

FRIDAY, June 27:

Special Guest Speaker for Parents & High School Students

Dr. Jon Wallace, President of Azusa Pacific University

8:00 am - 9:00 am

Duke 127

MONDAY, June 30:

Grades 6-8 Field Trip to

Waste Management

THURSDAY, July 3:

Open House Finale

Parent Reception at 10:00 am

Hall of Champions

 

High School Students Visit Reagan Library

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This summer students from Azusa & Gladstone High Schools are taking one of 3 college level courses: Leadership, Political Science, or Freshman Writing. On Thursday, June 26, they got a chance to do some hands on learning with a visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Leadership students learned about a leader; Political Science students learned about the political events during the Reagan administration, and Writing students had much to write about their experience.

Middle School Students Attend GATE Spring Conference

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Over a hundred students and parents from Center, Foothill, and Slauson showed up at APU on Saturday, April 12th for our annual spring conference for middle school GATE students. Students from Professor Ryan Hartwig's communications class collaborated with AUSD's GATE program to plan this event. Two dynamic speakers Shayna Youngs and Julie Vasquez shared valuable information with the participants about following their dreams and preparing for college. After a delicious lunch generously provided by Chick-Fil-A, Mayor Joe Rocha closed the conference with some sage advice for parents and students to always be open to discussion of their dreams and struggles. 

G A T E

 for Parents

Click below to view the PowerPoint from the October 4th Parent Meeting:

New Parent Orientation.pdf

Questions: Contact Tom Vogt @ (626) 858-6195 or tvogt@azusa.org

GATE Summer School Transcripts

Attention High School Students: Transcripts are in! If you completed one of the summer school classes at GATE summer school this past summer (2013) your Official APU transcript will be available in your high school's guidance office along with a note from me regarding your options for what to do with them. Please discuss w/ your counselor as to which option would serve you best.

For students who completed a course in a previous summer you may order your official transcript from APU by following this link:

http://www.apu.edu/registrar/undergraduate/transcripts/

There is a $5 processing fee.

Remember, these credits are transferrable to whatever university you choose to attend.