GATE SUMMER SCHOOL
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: email@example.com.
You may also contact:
AUSD Educational Services Dept. at (626) 858-6192
APU Teacher Ed. Dept.: Jeanne Raynaga at (626) 387-5715
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.