Our Robotics team RoboHawks participated in Vex regional tournament on February 22nd. VEX Competitions bring STEM skills to life by tasking teams of students with designing and building a robot to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. There were 46 teams to compete with each other at Mad River Middle School for […]
CYSP had a ball at the Dayton Art Institute this Saturday. We watched a play by Phillitia Charlton called “The Death of A Lie,” which is a “poetic diary that expresses the lies women tell themselves in search of hapiness.” The acting was phenomenal. One of the students said, ” I cried four times.” […]
Mr. Omer’s class recently completed a foray into water rocket design. Water rockets work as follows: The body of the rocket is an empty, plastic, two-liter soda bottle. Cardboard or balsa fins are attached to the bottom of the bottle for stability, and a fairing and nose cone are added to the top as a […]
We started off our CYSP weekend activities right with a bunch of Physical fitness activities. The students really broke a sweat as we did: push ups, sit ups, jumping Jack’s, laps, planks, played volleyball and also basketball. Cant wait for next week!
HSA Dayton High School had a special guest visitor on Tuesday February 5, 2019, Kobie Boykins, whose expertise is higher than the sky. Kobie came to us from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, or JPL, in Pasadena, California, where he is a senior mechanical engineer for the Mars Rovers projects. He loves building flight hardware and […]
Today, 11 of our seniors took a trip to Hobart Institute of Welding in Troy, Ohio. They were shown the different parts of the facility, such as classrooms and welding booths, as well as a gallery dedicated to the history of welding (dates back to 4000 BC in Egypt!) and the Hobart family. There was […]