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Repetition in Generations

Repetition in Generations

Ashton Nichole, Writer

January 20, 2016

Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Science, Senior Edge, Teen Life

Being observant, it's easy to see what isn't always in plain sight. It may just be more of a personal opinion, but even regular people can see obscure...

Green Dragons and Compost Program

Green Dragons and Compost Program

Junaid Naveed, Chief Business Officer

January 19, 2016

Filed under Events, Out of the Can, Science, Teen Life

Green Dragons was created about three years ago as DaVinci Academy's conservation club by science teacher Ms. Cheyenne Herland when she noticed her students...

Mrs. Seneff – “You think I’m Boring ?”

Mrs. Seneff – “You think I’m Boring ?”

January 12, 2016

Mrs. Seneff is a Robotics and College and Career she is new to DaVinci and this is also her first year here including many other teachers like Mr. Gorton...

STRESS! Tips to Overcome It

STRESS! Tips to Overcome It

January 11, 2016

Stress is almost inevitable in daily lives, the overwhelming urge is enough to distract one from their other priorities. Dealing with work and the routine t...

Exploring the ACT

Exploring the ACT

January 11, 2016

    Students in the secondary level at DaVinci Academy underwent a mock test, giving them a taste of the real ACT. This Explore assessment...

Bowl of Number Soup

Ashton Nichole, Writer

January 5, 2016

Filed under Events, Out of the Can, Science, Showcase, Teen Life

It’s not a very commonly known dysfunction, but Dyscalculia is a math comprehension impairment that may affect more people than what researchers can discover. Most parents, teachers, or schools usually recognize Dyscalculia as math dyslexia or a math learning disability. Many people struggle with mathematics but not all cases are considered Dyscalculia. To get to t...

MathCounts

MathCounts

October 22, 2015

A large number of students have ‘strong feelings’ for academics, but mathematics is a strong hit subject – infamous for being abhorred with a burning...

Camp Fire Legend, Bear Lake Monster

Camp Fire Legend, Bear Lake Monster

October 6, 2015

  Located in Northern Utah and Idaho- stretching 18.33 miles long and a maximum depth of 93 feet -Bear Lake is said to hold an underwater monster. According...

Society vs. Technology

Society vs. Technology

September 29, 2015

Today, in the 21st century, technology is such a big part of our lives. What people don't realize, is what technology does to our brains and how it effects...

Exhilarating Envirothon!

Junaid Naveed, Assistant Newspaper Editor

May 8, 2015

Filed under Events, Science, Weekly Top Five

  Envirothon is an academic competition, governed by the National Conservation Foundation, which tests students’ knowledge in five environmental science categories – aquatic ecology, forestry, soils and land use, wildlife, current issue: urban forestry – through written exams, oral presentations and field work (experimentation). This past weekend, our school...

Why Plants Are Amazing

Nick Marigoni, Copy Editor

May 6, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Out of the Can, Science

They're around your house, at school, in the park, and... you'll never believe this, in your own garden! I know, it's crazy right? Plants are awesome, and they keep us alive! They produce our oxygen and have been the source of 90% of our food and medicine for years. They are very beneficial and definitely breath-taking. Ha, get it? Because they breathe in the carbon dioxide...

Student Spotlight : Izzie Herzog

Student Spotlight : Izzie Herzog

April 29, 2015

Filed under Science, Student Feature

Isabelle Herzog came to DaVinci Academy to better her educational experience. "I saw how a lot of people here thought that science was cool and I liked...

Cause That’s How it Effects!

April 29, 2015

Filed under Science

Ms. Herland's 8th grade science class is experimenting with Rube Goldberg's cause and effect cartoon contraptions. The goal of the lab is to see how simple machines, when combined, can create one complex machine. Students were allowed permission of any classroom tools ,specified by Ms. Herland, to use in their creations. Groups were chosen by students and the building was...

YMCA, STEM, GEAR-UP

YMCA, STEM, GEAR-UP

April 13, 2015

In 1844 Europe, the Industrial Revolution was over, but the continent continued to face economic turmoil and several people were migrating from rural ar...

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