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Our vision is to be at the forefront of STEM education, creating a community of scientifically literate lifelong learners who are globally competitive.
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Noreyda Casanas Feb 6
Elementary Science Fair exhibit hall is ready to receive hundreds of grades 3-5 students participating in this year's MDCPS STEAM Expo North Campus. Projects drop-off will continue tomorrow Friday 7th, 2020 from 1pm - 7pm.
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M-DCPS Science Feb 2
This is awesome!!! Hope everyone gives it a try with their science classes.
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M-DCPS Science Jan 18
Look at the high engagement- that’s what we like to see post ICD
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M-DCPS Science Jan 18
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Miami-Dade Schools Jan 7
Hoax threats disrupt the learning environment, deplete available law enforcement resources and cost taxpayers’ money. Parents, please speak to your children about how their future can be ruined because of a post.
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M-DCPS Science Jan 18
How cute is this banner!!!!💕
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M-DCPS Science Jan 18
Perhaps science and social sciences can also benefit from instruction during peak hours on alternating block days, unless the school day extends into the recovery period.
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M-DCPS Science Jan 17
Engaging with the impactful and insightful = fulfilling the "inevitable" - Thank you, Superintendent Carvalho!
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M-DCPS Science Jan 15
. Feeling the vibes at - It takes belief, skill and will. Thank you, Superintendent Carvalho, for your leadership in
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M-DCPS Science Jan 14
Our very own is presenting at FETC! Can't wait!
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M-DCPS Science Jan 14
teachers and Department of Science staff are committed to
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Smoothie Boss Jan 14
Jamaica's Best Smoothies 🍍🍓🥬🍌
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M-DCPS Science Jan 14
This week's science ICAD incorporates ELL WIDA-Can Do, Office 365 Flipgrid, Memes, Padlet, collaborative structures & more for Deep Engagement, High Expectations, Grade Appropriate Strong Instruction - continuing to bust the Opportunity Myth! Don't miss the 1/16 session!
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Alberto M. Carvalho Dec 27
Please read this and pass it on. It will be the most uplifting thing you will do today. As the fades from public memory, anti-Semitism is once again on the rise. Lovers in Auschwitz, Reunited 72 Years Later. He Had One Question.
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M-DCPS Science Dec 19
Merry Christmas and a blessed holiday season. May the New Year deliver all that your heart desires! - Division of Academics - Department of Science
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Alberto M. Carvalho Dec 17
Democracy is compromised when the silence of the decent and morally honest is filled by the incessant shout of the immorally dishonest.
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M-DCPS Science Dec 11
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Science Fair & SECME registration day is here. The Scientific Review Committee has gathered and begun their critique, and thousands of students are that much closer to showcasing their STEAM talent, that's oh, so unique.
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MDCPSSocialSciences Dec 10
How are you and your students commemorating this historic day? Human Rights Day December 10, 2019- The Reading of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Don’t forget to use .
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M-DCPS Science Dec 4
Nothing better than spending a balmy fall day at the beach, other than being at the BNCEE watching students conducting their scientific investigations under clear blue sky, in the calm ocean water. There's so much to explore!
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M-DCPS Science Dec 3
grade 6 classrooms are inquiry and technology rich.
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