4th Graders went to the California Science Center, where they explored kinetic and potential energy, friction, and the force of gravity. They got a practical application of lesson by making miniature rollercoasters consisting of rubber tracks held in place using pegs that fit into the wall. Students could experiment with the effects the various positioning of the pegs would have in helping them meet their objective of successfully getting a ball from one end of the track to the other.
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With 40% of our English Language Learners being reclassified to proficient in English, plus a 31% leap in Math and a 40% jump in English Language Arts scores, Extera Public Schools has a lot to celebrate! Read all about it in the Fall issue of Extera School News
Extera Public Schools is happy to announce our partnership with After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles on the 21st Century grant application. If successful, this award will allow us to provide our students at Extera Public School with a comprehensive after-school program.