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Second Annual Puppet Workshop

Excellence Through the Arts held its second annual puppet workshop this month. On April 17 and 24, the Rogue Artists Ensemble returned to Jordan High School bringing with them energy, creativity, and supplies. The Rogue Artists are a group of people with a passion for puppetry who bring their multimedia productions to both children and adults. During the two-day workshop at Jordan, students learned to make shadow, newspaper, and sock puppets. In addition to creating puppets, students also put modern twists on traditional fairy tales creating new storylines. Isabel Soto, a workshop participant, had this to say about the show, "We performed for an audience, and I'm quite sure they enjoyed our performance with three different styles of puppets. It probably even made them [the audience] open their minds about puppets." Another participant, Keith Weston states, "This was a great experience. The people who came to the show seemed to enjoy the show...The Rogue members made it an enjoyable experience. I would recommend people participate, because they will have a good time and not to mention you can earn service learning." The Rogue Artists Ensemble supports visual and performing arts as evidenced by this fun yet educational workshop.


The CSULB Math and Science Summer Classes application will be available starting on May 2nd. The application will remain open until May 15th. These classes have limited enrollment, 35 for the Math 103 class and 32 for the Geology 106 class. Since enrollment is very limited the following criteria for participation will be required:
1. Completed Intermediate Algebra with a grade of "C" or higher (preferably a "B" or higher)
2. On track to complete the "a-g" college entrance requirements
3. Currently have at least 150 credits and are on track to graduate next school year
4. Attend a mandatory parent orientation (the time and date of the orientation will emailed to the selected students/parents)
The online registration link is listed on the respective flyers. The application will open on May 2nd.
If there are students that are younger then 11th grade who are interested, they can apply, but they will only be considered for this program if there are remaining openings after qualified 11th graders have been placed.