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Miles Avenue Elementary School

Los Angeles Unified School District

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    Miles Avenue Mission / Mision de la Escuela Miles

    The Miles school community fosters the innate capacities of each student, empowering them to become lifelong learners and leaders.

    La comunidad de la escuela Miles formenta las habilidades inatas de cada alumno, facultado para que aprendan continuamente el la vida y lleguen a ser lederes.

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    Science Challenge Week #4
    National School Choice Week 2020

     

    2019 TZU CHI FOOD BANK AT MILES

    Dessert with the Principal

    Congratulations to Mr J. Gonzalez's class on winning Dessert with the Principal. We love good attendance! #minispartanpride

    Betty Moreno Arias received the LAUSD 2019 Teacher of the Year award today at a luncheon held at USC. Superintendent Beutner  presented the award along with other LAUSD dignitaries. 

    Back 2 Back Champions!!!

    Coach Chuy, Adan, Charlie, Dylan, Kenny, Sammy, Xavier, Kevin, Matthew, Nathan, Nick, Sherlyn
    2019 Multicultural erformances

     

    Message from the Principal

    Hello Mini-Spartans,

    You guys know that I LOVE bubbles.  Bubbles are amazing!  So, we are going to be bubble engineers with this challenge. 

    To get excited about bubbles, let’s take a look at Bubble Artist Melody Yang’s bubbles. They will amaze you. https://youtu.be/5Yf4QUsFPCg

    So here is the challenge:

    Does the shape of a bubble wand determine the shape of the bubble?  Think about it like this.  What if your bubble wand is square?  Will your bubble be a square?  What if your bubble wand is a triangle?  Will your bubble be a triangle?  What shape bubble wands will you engineer?

    Here are the steps:

    First, we need some bubble solution. 

    Second,  look around the house and see what you can use to make your bubble wand. Think about water bottles, wire, pipe cleaners, hangars, string, straws,  Now make three different wands.

    Next, try out each of your wands and record what happens.   

    Finally, Post your video on Padlet.  The link is to the left of this message.  Add your video under your grade level.  Don't forget to tell us your name, your teacher's name and be sure you answer the question: Did the shape of your bubble wand determine the shape of your bubbles?

    Watch me make mine. https://youtu.be/8FfjIieS04U

    Check our website every day to watch other Mini-Spartans doing the challenge.   Have fun and get creative. 

    Ms. Watkins