Capital Academy high school students went on a field trip to Butcher's Family Fun Farm where they participated in a hayride, picking pumpkins, pedal tractors, and a straw kingdom! Visit our website to learn more about Capital Academy
About connormustakasThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far connormustakas has created 122 blog entries.
A message from Mr. Parker: Hello My name is Stephan Parker I am the High School Team Lead at Capital Academy. I have been apart of SESI Schools for going on 6 years with 4 of them being at Goodridge Academy in York, Pa in both the teaching and Climate Manager roles. I studied Biology at the University of West Virginia and International Studies and Education at California University of Pa. I am currently pursuing a Masters in Special Education through Shippensburg University. I truly enjoy working with our students and pushing them to limits outside of [...]
On November 8, 2019, FCS PEAK Academies Hapeville campus took our annual Atlanta University Center(AUC) college tour, along with thirteen of our positive students. Each year, our students look forward to visiting the campuses of Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College to gain the knowledge and exposure to college and “campus life”. While on this years tour, students were given the opportunity to speak with students that major in their field of interest, ask questions and hear words of wisdom from one of CAU’s professors, Dr.Campbell. Dr.Campbell spoke life and positivity into our students and stated “You [...]
Springall recognizes Red Ribbon Week every year. Activities and lessons were discussed around this topic inside the classrooms and during PE with our Counselor Ms. Fisher. Students were also asked to participate in spirit week and each day represented a theme. Sock it to drugs Wake up drug free Lei off drugs Drugs are horrifying Team up against drugs Visit our website to learn more about Springall Academy
As a reward for working so hard,Blue and Gold level students earned a field trip to Oma’s Pumpkin Patch. Students of all ages learned what environment and ingredients are needed in order to grow and sustain the life of a pumpkin. The students also learned about the importance of different animals such as goats, pigs, and cows and how they are taken care of at Oma’s dairy farm. Throughout the day, they were also able to participate in multiple activities. The students mined for rocks and crystals, navigated through a corn maze, and fed various farm animals. We ended [...]
Springall had their 2nd annual Halloween Social this year. Students dressed up in their favorite costume during the last hour of the school day. The social included, dancing, singing, photo props, food and just good ol’ hanging out with each other. Springall staff represented rock stars from different decades. Fun was had by all! Visit our website to learn more about Springall Academy
Springall Academy participates in the Nationally recognized Character Counters program. Last month, the students focused on the Character Trait "Trustworthiness." During this month, students learned the meaning and importance of being trustworthy. Activities and discussion are being implemented in the classroom and during PE. Elementary-Travis Middle-Jacob S, not pictured High School -Ethan, Soren, not pictured Visit our website to learn more about Springall Academy
On Tuesday, November 19th we had Officer Harvey here from the Solano County Sheriff Department to teach a driver safety course for our high school students. Visit our website to learn more about Sierra School
After students recently spent time learning about dinosaurs in their class, the students took a trip to Yale Peabody's Museum of Natural History. As students walked towards the museum, they were greeted with a large dinosaur called a Torosaurus who stands outside of the museum. Once inside, they were able to see murals, dinosaur skeletons, and learn about the plants that were present in the prehistoric time. Students enjoyed wrapping up their science unit with this trip! Visit our website to learn more about High Road School
Our families were invited to have some artistic time with their students hosted by our school. While snacking on some yummy appetizers, families and students took to their canvas's to paint a masterpiece. Education Director, Katelyn McDonald said "The students and parents seemed to enjoy the time spent creating something and there were lots of smiles and good conversation while working. Visit our website to learn more about High Road School