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Oct
17
12:15 PM12:15

Industry Insights Lunchtime Lecture Series: eCommerce with Matt Schow, Marketing Consultant

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Wednesday, October 17, at Lunch
Engineering Tech Building, Room #17
Open to All Students / Pizza Will be Served

Meet

Matt Schow, a Chief Marketing Officer who has developed ecommerce and marketing solutions for a variety of companies and leading brands including: Upper Playground, San Francisco’s most preeminent streetwear brand and Men’s Wearhouse.  Matt is an industry leader in ecommerce management, marketing, product development/ branding, supply chain, database marketing and social media strategies. .

Learn

about ecommerce, how to sell a variety of products, services and even your original art on the Internet through ecommerce solutions. Discover how your talents can translate into career.

Ask

questions from a knowledgeable industry mentor, and who will share insights on how to market and sell a diverse range of products and services online.

More info please contact Owen Bartolf, Lead Student Mentor at Owen.bartolf@gmail.com

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Oct
17
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Oct
22
3:15 PM15:15

TL Culinary Academy: Taste Culinary Fall Festival!

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TL Culinary Academy invites students to build community while making pizza together with seasonal fresh ingredients at our Taste of Culinary Fall Festival on Wednesday, October 22 from 3:15 - 5 pm in the Student Kitchen, Room 58

This year TL Culinary Academy is only hosting a few culinary events while our kitchen is in use as a teacher lounge during campus construction as a result of Measure B.

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Oct
24
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Nov
7
2:45 PM14:45

Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Nov
9
6:30 PM18:30

Harvest Fest-A Night Out For Parents & Guardians at HopMonk Tavern

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Join us for the first annual Parents Night Out | HarvestFest for TLHS parents and guardians at HopMonk Tavern. 

Come as you are for hearty bites, brews and cocktails, and music to dance the night away! Join our Principal, Katy Dunlap, and other TL parents in HopMonk's outdoor beer garden. We'll have a seasonal brew tasting bar, raffle items, auction and a karaoke challenge you do NOT want to miss :) 

Together we will build community and support academic excellence at our school. We look forward to seeing you there!

Purchase tickets on Eventbrite.

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Nov
14
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Nov
28
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Dec
3
to Dec 7

Computer Science Education Week December 3 -7 at TL

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Join in the computer science fun and celebrate Computer Science Education Week at TL!

We are excited to share that our Industry Insights Lunchtime Lecture Series will feature CSEW Keynote Speaker, Joan Vandermate, Head of Marketing, Logitech Collaboration Group on Wednesday, December 5 at lunch in the Engineering Tech Classroom.

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Stay tuned for more details for the entire week!

More info please contact: Owen Bartolf at owen.bartolf@gmail.com

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Dec
12
3:15 PM15:15

TL Culinary Academy: Taste Culinary Holiday Celebration!

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TL Culinary Academy invites students to join us in celebrating our student community while making seasonal cookies together at our Taste of Culinary Holiday Celebration on Wednesday, December 12 from 3:15 - 5 pm in the Student Kitchen, Room 58

This year TL Culinary Academy is only hosting a few culinary events while our kitchen is in use as a teacher lounge during campus construction as a result of Measure B.

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Oct
12
8:15 AM08:15

Academic Excellence Parent Forum--Making the Grade: AP Student Performance at TL

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Academic Excellence Parent Forum
Making the Grade: AP Student Performance at TL
Coffee-- 8 am
Meeting: 8:15 am

in the TL Library

Join us for coffee with our Principal Katy Dunlap at Academic Excellence's monthly parent forum. Learn about Academic Excellence's role in advocating, supporting and developing enrichment programs for all students at TL.

  • Agenda:
    Academic Excellence Welcome
    -Principal's Update
    -AP Student Performance at TL with Doug Swenson, Academic Excellence Volunteer, and Lauren Inmann, Assistant Principal TL
    -Harvest Fest! TL Parnet’s Night Out!

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Oct
10
7:30 PM19:30

Marin Science Seminar Presentation: "Engineering Solutions to Ecological Collapse: The Case of International Wetland in Mar Menor, Spain"

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The Mar Menor is a huge, shallow lagoon on the margin of the Mediterranean Sea.  It is a wetland recognized by the international Ramsar Convention.  A number of man-caused impacts has resulted in the recent collapse of the wetland ecosystems, with substantial consequences to biological, political, economic and environmental consequences. The talk will set the stage and introduce engineering solutions and actions that can be taken to mitigate the damage and begin the process of restoring the wetland.  

Dr. Charlton is founder and executive in several international clean technology companies that use innovative engineered technologies to reduce solid waste, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, generate clean energy, and clean up contaminated water. In these businesses, Dr. Charlton works with environmental engineers and scientists to design, develop, test and launch new products that clean the environment and pursue sustainable use of water and other natural resources. Current projects involve destroying solid organic waste using low plasma energy (US-Japan), removing nitrates from power plant emissions using algae (US-Spain), cleaning up wastewater at dairies using microbes (Cal Poly Engineering), generating new drinking supply using biotechnology (California), and cleaning up mining waste using biochemistry (USA).

Dr. Charlton's has degrees in Geological Sciences from Dartmouth (AB), the Mackay School of Mines, Nevada (MS), and the University of California. His core competencies are geohydrology, environmental engineering, biochemistry, economics, risk management, and business management. He is also a 4H Geology Project Leader in San Rafael.

Octover 10, 7:30 – 8:30 pm at Terra Linda High School, in Physiology Lab Room 207.

 For more info, please contact Marin Science Seminar

For more info, please contact Marin Science Seminar

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Oct
10
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Oct
10
12:15 PM12:15

TL Innovation Lab

Come learn about TL Innovation Lab, applied computer science and making really cool stuff at the TL Innovation Lab Wednesdays at Lunch in the Engineering Tech Computer Lab!

Learn about how you can become a member and build leadership skills at TL.

For more information contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bartolf@gmail.com

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Oct
3
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Oct
3
12:15 PM12:15

TL Innovation Lab -Beat Saber Team Challenge

TL Innovation Lab will feature a Beat Saber Challenge, Wednesday, Oct 3 at lunch.

Help TL Innovation Lab compete against other high schools in a Beat Saber Challenge at XR Marin this November at the National VR Day Celebration at XR Marin, a new regional training center for immersive technologies, VR, AR, XR and 360 Video.

Also, learn about how you can become a member and build leadership skills at TL.

For more information contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bartolf@gmail.com

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Sep
26
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab- After School Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 4:30 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2019! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bart@gmail.com.

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Sep
26
12:15 PM12:15

TL Innovation Lab

Come learn about TL Innovation Lab, applied computer science and making really cool stuff at the TL Innovation Lab Student Informational at Lunch on Wednesday, September 26 at Lunch in the Engineering Tech Computer Lab!

Learn about how you can become a member and build leadership skills at TL.

For more information contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bartolf@gmail.com

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Sep
26
12:15 PM12:15

TL Innovation Lab Student Informational

Come learn about TL Innovation Lab, applied computer science and making really cool stuff at the TL Innovation Lab Student Informational at Lunch on Wednesday, September 26 at Lunch in the Engineering Tech Computer Lab!

Learn about how you can become a member and build leadership skills at TL.

For more information contact Owen Bartolf at owen.bartolf@gmail.com

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Sep
14
7:45 AM07:45

Let's Get Started: Principal's Coffee with Academic Excellence Parent Forum and OnetTL, Friday, September 14, 2018 7:45 - 9 am in the Library

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Let's Get Started: Principal's Coffee with Academic Excellence Parent Forum and OneTL

Friday, September14, 2018
Coffee: 7:45-8:15am
Parent Forum Meeting: 8:15 -9am
 in the TL Library

Join us for coffee with our Principal Katy Dunlap at Academic Excellence's first parent forum.  Learn about Academic Excellence's role in advocating, supporting and developing enrichment programs for all students at TL.  Meet Julie Kritzberger,  President OneTL and the Booster Community. Learn about academics at TL and how parents help to shape and support the high school experience for their students.

Agenda:

I. Meet and Greet
II Welcome by Principal Katy Dunlap & WASC Parent Participatio

    • Vision & Leadership
    • Curriculum
    • Instruction
    • Assessment
    • Student Support & Culture

III. AE, Enrichment and  the One TL Community

VI. Q & A with Principal Dunlap and AE Leadership

Academic Excellence is a parent volunteer group that advocates, supports, and develops enrichment programs that make education and the high school experience more dynamic at TL.  Academic Excellence is the parent voice and forum to support and develop enrichment for all students at TL.

 

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Sep
12
7:30 PM19:30

Marin Science Seminar--26: “Mirroring Past and Future: How Cutting-edge Technologies Help us Unveil Ancient Worlds” with Cinzia Perlingie

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26:Cinzia received her Ph.D. in Archaeology at the University of Naples “l’Orientale”, Italy. She participated in her first archaeological project in Sudan, Africa, in 1989 as archaeologist and ceramic analyst. Since then, she focussed her research in the archaeology of early states in northeast Africa, Egypt, Sudan, and Eritrea/Ethiopia, with a specialization in ceramic studies. During her travels in Africa and Near East she has experienced all aspects of archaeology and heritage, from excavation and survey of large cultural territories to the study and archiving of collections. Since 2003 she has been actively involved in numerous initiatives aimed at integrating digital technologies in the practice of Cultural Heritage. She was a member of the Board of Directors of the European initiative “EPOCH – The European Network of Excellence in Open Cultural Heritage”.

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Sep
12
7:30 PM19:30

Marin Science Seminar Presentation: "Ants: The Invisible Majority" with Brian Fischer, Ph.D, Chairman of Entomology at California Academy of Sciences

Dr. Fisher is a modern-day explorer who treks through the last remote rainforests, deserts, and plains of Madagascar in search of ants. His research highlights insects as a useful tool to discover and preserve all plants and animals on this unique island. Along the way, he has discovered over 1000 new species including the jumping ants and Dracula ants. He has also started Insects and People to farm insects to feed Madagascar’s hungry children while sustaining wildlife. He has published over 150 peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals including the recently published “Ants of Africa and Madagascar,” with Barry Bolton. He has appeared in a number of BBC, Discovery Channel, and National Geographic films and has been profiled in Newsweek and Discover magazine. When not working in the field, Dr. Fisher lives with the banana slugs in a treehouse in Marin County.

Dr. Fisher is currently Chairman of Entomology at the California Academy of Sciences and adjunct professor of biology at both the University of California at Berkeley and San Francisco State University.

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Sep
6
5:30 PM17:30

Back to School Night with Academic Excellence

We look forward to seeing you at TL's Back to School night on Thursday, September 6 at 5:30 pm.  We will have an information table where you can learn how to become more involved in support enrichment at TL! Look for us along with our fellow OneTL parent booster groups to see how you become more involved in your child's high school experience. 

Look for our table along with our fellow OneTL's booster groups!

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Sep
5
12:15 AM00:15

Beyond Our Experience: Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality & 360 Film with John Macleod, Director, XR Libraries, XR Marin

Wednesday, September 5, at Lunch
Engineering Tech Building, Room #17
Open to All Students / Pizza Will be Served

Meet

John Macleod, Director of XR Libraries at XR Marin, a new regional training center for emerging technologies. XR Marin was spearheaded by Marin County Office of Education as a new hub for learning, innovation, and collaboration among students, professionals, and industry leaders.

Learn

about these emerging technologies and discover the tools needed to create your own immersive experience in VR, AR, XR and 360 film.  

Ask

an industry leader questions about these exciting new technologies and how you can engage in learning opportunities at XR Marin.

More info please contact Owen Bartolf, Lead Student Mentor at Owen.bartolf@gmail.com

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Apr
17
6:30 PM18:30

That's What We've Been Talking About! --Academic Excellence End of Year 2017-18 Parent Forum

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We hope you will join us!

Due to popular demand for an evening meeting, Academic Excellence End of Year Parent Forum will be held on Tuesday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the Library.

Come hear about all of the highlights of an outstanding year of supporting, advocating and developing enrichment programs in deep partnership with Principal Katy Dunlap and our entire TL community as well as SRCS and our community beyond our campus. 

Principal Katy Dunlap will also preview highlights of exciting new classes for 2018-19, updates on Measure B infrastructure improvements, and Project Lead the Way-- a new STEAM program under consideration for TL.

Also, Too Lazy Games, TL's first student video game development studio will share their experience and aspects of video game development!

Agenda:

I. Welcome & AE Highlights of 2017-18:

Advocacy for Enrichment --AE is Engaged!
AP Performance/TL Math Performance/LCAP/SRCS Budget/ SRSC HS Curriculum Counsel, Superintendent's Leadership Committee
Programs and Events--AE is Involved
--Mom's Night Out             
--Home Refuge Sanctuary
--TL Maker Lab                   
--Culinary Academy
--TLTALKS & Industry Insights                          

  • Too Lazy Games Student Presentation & TL Video Game Development Team Reflections

II. Principal's Update/Looking Ahead Fall Preview Highlight 
-- New English Classes--Creative Writing & Literature and Self Identity
--  Project Lead the Way
 --Bond Update

III.  Let's Create the Conversation Together! See you in 2018-19!

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Mar
28
7:30 PM19:30

Marin Science Seminars: "Name that Bloodsucker!" with Eric Engh, Marin-Sonoma Mosquito Vector

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Eric Engh of Marin-Sonoma Mosquito Vector will discuss mosquitoes, bed bugs, fleas, lice, kissing bugs, leeches, and all the bloodsuckers he can think of. He will show us how to distinguish between actual bloodsuckers and imposters—and there are plenty of imposters (lookalikes/mimics) out there. Join us and learn!

Eric Engh is an Insect ID Specialist who runs Marin-Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control's Education Programs. He received his M.S. in Entomology from the University of Florida, and his Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies from Sonoma State University.

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Mar
9
to Apr 10

Art Beyond TL Exhibit at Art Works Down: “Home, Refuge, Sanctuary.”

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We invite you to TL's  annual Spring Student Art Exhibition at Art Works Downtown, a non-profit art center in San Rafael, CA.

 “Home, Refuge, Sanctuary.”
March 9 – April 10 at Artworks Downtown,
1337 Fourth St., San Rafael, between C St and D St.

Opening reception as part of 2nd Friday Artwalk, Friday, March 9th, 5-8pm.

In light of the California fires, immigration issues that many of our high school students and their families are facing in the context of the recent polarizing political and social change, TL Art students explore and question the meaning of Home and Refuge and Sanctuary. Home is often seen as a place of refuge or sanctuary, but sometimes it's not. Where do we look for solace then? Where do we find peace, quiet and a place to reflect or to get away from problems or stresses? Where do we feel safe?  Is that a place, or an activity?

This exhibition is sponsored by the Art Beyond TL program developed by Academic Excellence at TL along with our generous community partner, Art Works Downtown.

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Mar
7
7:30 PM19:30

Marin Science Seminar: The Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project" with Lisette Arellano, One Tam and Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

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Dr. Lisette Arellano is the Community Science Program Manager at One Tam. Her work at One Tam connects people with the ecological research taking place in open space throughout Marin. She spent her undergraduate years at UC Santa Barbara’s College of Creative Studies doing research on stunningly bizarre estuarine snail parasites. Lisette earned a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder where she conducted research on the ecology of wildlife parasites and became even more interested in science beyond the classroom. Lisette has also worked at zoos and museums, has a distinct affinity for salamanders and trail running, fears poison oak, but not spiders, and dabbles in filmmaking.

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Feb
28
7:30 PM19:30

Marin Science Seminar: Marin Science Seminar Presentation: "Gnashing, Gnawing, and Grinding: The Science of Teeth" with Tesla Monson of UCBerkeley

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r. Tesla Monson's work focuses on understanding the evolution of morphological diversity in mammals, particularly of the skull and teeth. During her presentation, Tesla will talk about what it means to be a scientist, describe the science of teeth, and tell us about her research on fossil and extant animals in museums around the world.

Dr. Tesla Monson became a postdoctoral researcher at UC Berkeley in 2017, working with Dr. Leslea Hlusko in the Department of Integrative Biology. She holds a BA in cultural anthropology from Princeton University, a MA in biological anthropology from San Francisco State University, and a PhD in Integrative Biology from UC Berkeley.

Recently Dr. Monson has taught Human Biological Variation at UC Berkeley. In addition to classroom teaching, she actively mentors UC Berkeley undergraduates in the study of mammalian variation. She also runs The Graduates on KALX 90.7 FM, a radio talk show program featuring UC Berkeley graduate student research and promoting diversity in the sciences.

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Feb
28
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab-Afterschool Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 5 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Roger Ruittman, VP of Technology at Dorsal, has generously agreed to again be our Guest Mentor for another year!  Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our e new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2018! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Maya Bartolf at maya.bartolf@gmail.com.

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Feb
26
3:15 PM15:15

Video Game Development Studio

This year selected TL Students will participate in a simulation of a real video game design studio - creating a real video game from inception, to prototyping, production, testing, and release.Selected TL Students will participate in a simulation of a real video game design studio - creating a real video game from inception, to prototyping, production, testing, and release.

TL Video Game Development Studio will showcase the video game developed in this program to the public at one of the Bay Area’s industry events or the Bay Area Maker Faire in 2018.The capstone project will be a culmination of all knowledge and skills obtained in the course. Students will learn principles of game design, level design, story, game theory, basic computer programming, project management, idea creation, 3D modeling and/or animation.

TL Game Development Studio is an afterschool enrichment program to which only TL students can apply. We are excited to see all of the game development fun and capstone projects from this years team! Look for us on FB @TLInnovation Lab! For more information, please contact Maya Bartolf, TL Innovation Lab at maya.bartolf@gmail.com

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Feb
14
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab-Afterschool Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 5 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Roger Ruittman, VP of Technology at Dorsal, has generously agreed to again be our Guest Mentor for another year!  Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our e new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2018! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Maya Bartolf at maya.bartolf@gmail.com.

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Feb
12
6:30 PM18:30

"Not Alone"--A Screening of Independent Documentary to Raise Awareness about Anxiety and Depression

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“Not Alone,” an independent documentary about teen suicide, anxiety, and depression features students from local schools in Marin County.  "Not Alone" is a straight talk on youth suicide risk and the many things family, friends, educators, and communities can do to interrupt the tragic spiral leading to an entirely preventable cause of death. "Not Alone" was co-directed was co-directed by Kiki Goshay, the mother of a Redwood alumnus, and St. Ignatius student Jacqueline Monetta. We hope you will join us for a free screening to help raise awareness of anxiety and depression in our student community at TL . This screening is sponsored by Terra Linda High School, OneTL and Marin County Office of Education.

 

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Feb
12
3:15 PM15:15

Video Game Development Studio

This year selected TL Students will participate in a simulation of a real video game design studio - creating a real video game from inception, to prototyping, production, testing, and release.Selected TL Students will participate in a simulation of a real video game design studio - creating a real video game from inception, to prototyping, production, testing, and release.

TL Video Game Development Studio will showcase the video game developed in this program to the public at one of the Bay Area’s industry events or the Bay Area Maker Faire in 2018.The capstone project will be a culmination of all knowledge and skills obtained in the course. Students will learn principles of game design, level design, story, game theory, basic computer programming, project management, idea creation, 3D modeling and/or animation.

TL Game Development Studio is an afterschool enrichment program to which only TL students can apply. We are excited to see all of the game development fun and capstone projects from this years team! Look for us on FB @TLInnovation Lab! For more information, please contact Maya Bartolf, TL Innovation Lab at maya.bartolf@gmail.com

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Feb
9
8:00 AM08:00

Cultivating Enrichment. Growing Engagement: Academic Excellence Parent Forum

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Cultivating Enrichment. Growing Engagement:

Academic Excellence Monthly Parent Forum --
Coffee: 8am-- Meeting: 8:15am - 9am in the Library

Join Principal Katy Dunlap and Academic Excellence's for our monthly parent forum to learn about new academic opportunities for your student and also how we as a parent booster group work together to advocate and support enrichment that impacts all students at TL.

Agenda:

I. Welcome & AE Update

II. Growing Enrichment at TL

-Performance Overview of 2016-2017 Academic Results for Terra Linda HS, as presented in the California Dashboard by Marie Henrio | Data Analyst | SRCS Education Services

- Learn about how TL students are doing with drill down by demographic groups.

-LCAP Taskforce meets LCAP Stakeholder meeting

Feb. 13 from 6 – 7:30 pm, SRCS Central Services Office

III. Principal's Update

IV. Art Beyond TL Program

"Home Refuge Sanctuary" March 9 - April 10 at Art Works Downtown in San Rafael

V. Spring Events

  • Scholarship Foundation
  • Maker Faire
  • Finance and Philanthropy
  • Safe & Sober Grad Night
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Feb
7
2:45 PM14:45

TL Maker Lab-Afterschool Enrichment Program

TL Maker Lab will meet on Wednesdays from 2:45- 5 pm in the Engineering Tech Computer Room.  

This Fall, TL Maker Lab will be meeting as an after school enrichment program instead of at lunch, so our students will have more time to make so really cool stuff! Roger Ruittman, VP of Technology at Dorsal, has generously agreed to again be our Guest Mentor for another year!  Many thanks, to our community partners like Hermes Econometrics whose generous gifts support this program created by TL Innovation Lab! 

We look forward to posting about our e new and exciting projects that our students will make this year! Also, look for us again at the Maker Faire 2018! If you would like more information on how to become a project mentor please contact Maya Bartolf at maya.bartolf@gmail.com.

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Feb
5
3:15 PM15:15

Video Game Development Studio

This year selected TL Students will participate in a simulation of a real video game design studio - creating a real video game from inception, to prototyping, production, testing, and release.Selected TL Students will participate in a simulation of a real video game design studio - creating a real video game from inception, to prototyping, production, testing, and release.

TL Video Game Development Studio will showcase the video game developed in this program to the public at one of the Bay Area’s industry events or the Bay Area Maker Faire in 2018.The capstone project will be a culmination of all knowledge and skills obtained in the course. Students will learn principles of game design, level design, story, game theory, basic computer programming, project management, idea creation, 3D modeling and/or animation.

TL Game Development Studio is an afterschool enrichment program to which only TL students can apply. We are excited to see all of the game development fun and capstone projects from this years team! Look for us on FB @TLInnovation Lab! For more information, please contact Maya Bartolf, TL Innovation Lab at maya.bartolf@gmail.com

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Feb
2
to Feb 3

TLTALK with MIT's Top Innovator & Visionary Under 35, Anca Dragan, Asst. Professor Electrical Engineering & Comp Science

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TLTALK
with Anca Dragan,
Assistant Professor,  Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science, UC Berkeley
February 2
at lunch  in Room 302

Anca Dragan, an assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley, will speak with TL students at TLTalks, a special guest speaker series developed by Academic Excellence on Feb 2, during Lunch in Room 302.

Anca Dragan will share about her cutting-edge work with human behavior and robotics. Ms. Dragan identifies many conflicts that arise when humans and robots try to work together because they are unable to understand transparent attributes about each other’s intentions. Ms. Dragan will also share about her academic interests and career path. We hope you will join us for an extraordinary opportunity to learn from one of the top women leaders in computer science and robotics.

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