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Celebrating Success: Recognizing Bears for Meeting 2nd Quarter Accelerated Reader Goals

We had so much fun today celebrating all our Bears that met their 2nd Quarter Accelerated Reader Goals! ๐ŸŽ‰ It was a great day filled with fun and excitement as we recognized and rewarded our students for their hard work and dedication. They were all excited to receive their certificates and prizes, and they were proud of their accomplishment. The Accelerated Reader program is designed to encourage students to read more and improve their reading skills. It helps students set goals and track their progress, and it is an effective way to improve reading comprehension and fluency. We are so proud of our Bears for meeting their 2nd Quarter Accelerated Reader Goals and for their commitment to reading. They have demonstrated that with hard work and dedication, they can achieve anything they set their minds to. We would like to extend a big thank you to our teachers and staff for their hard work in supporting our students and for making this celebration a success. Keep reading and achieving Bears! ๐Ÿป #AcceleratedReader #ReadingGoals #Celebration

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Honor Roll Recognition for Upper School Bears: A Proud Moment for Students, Teachers, and Families

We are incredibly proud of all of our Upper School Bears who made Honor Roll during the first semester of the school year! This is a significant accomplishment, and it is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students. Making Honor Roll is no easy feat. It requires a student to maintain a high level of academic excellence, earning at least a 3.5 GPA. It is a recognition of the student's ability to balance their academic responsibilities with other aspects of their lives, such as extracurricular activities, sports, and volunteering. The Upper School Bears who made Honor Roll this semester should be commended for their dedication to their studies, and for the time and effort they put in to achieve their academic goals. They have set an example for their peers and have made their families, teachers, and school proud. We encourage our students to continue to strive for academic excellence, as it is a valuable asset that will serve them well in the future. We look forward to seeing the continued success of our Upper School Bears in the future. Congratulations to all of our Honor Roll students, and keep up the good work!

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Somerset Academy Collegiate Senior Receives College Acceptance to UTSA

San Antonio, Texas - Somerset Academy Collegiate is proud to announce that Senior Melanie Barrera has received her first college acceptance of 2023 from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). Melanie plans to pursue a degree in architectural engineering. “We are extremely proud of Melanie and her accomplishment. She has worked hard throughout her high school years to achieve this goal,” said Principal Monique Almazan. “Melanie is an excellent student who has demonstrated a strong dedication to her studies and her future career.” Melanie is an active member of the school community, participating in various extracurricular activities and volunteering in the community. She has also been recognized for her academic achievements, receiving awards and honors throughout her high school career. Melanie's acceptance to UTSA is the first of many for the class of 2023, and we are excited to see all the great things that our seniors will achieve as they move on to the next chapter in their lives. We wish Melanie all the best as she begins her college journey, and we know she will excel in her studies and future career.

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Crushing iReady Scores with Support from Drum Line and Cheerleaders: A Shout Out to Our Upper School Students

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for December! ๐ŸŽ‰ These Lions have gone above and beyond in their academics, behavior, and attitude. They have shown hard work, dedication, and a positive attitude throughout the month. To celebrate their achievements, they were treated to an ice cream sundae party. They got to enjoy delicious ice cream, toppings, and a variety of flavors. It was a fun and delicious way to celebrate their hard work and dedication. As our principal, Lily Collins says, "These students are shining examples of what can be achieved through hard work and determination. We are incredibly proud of their achievements and know they will continue to make a positive impact in our school community." Our Deputy Superintendent, Cory Oliver, also added "It is always wonderful to see our students being recognized for their hard work and dedication. These students are a great representation of the excellence that can be found in our schools." Congratulations again to our December Students of the Month! Keep up the great work!

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5th Grade Explores Local History and Science at the Witte Museum

The 5th grade students of Somerset Academy Collegiate had a blast exploring the Witte Museum today! The students had the opportunity to learn about the history, science and art of their local area through hands-on activities and exhibits. They also got to participate in interactive workshops that helped them understand the history and culture of their city. The students were particularly excited about the natural history exhibits, which gave them an understanding of the diverse flora and fauna of Texas. They also enjoyed the interactive science exhibits which provided them a chance to explore various scientific concepts in a fun and engaging way. We believe that field trips like this are an important part of a student's education, as they provide a chance to learn outside of the classroom and to see the world in a different way. The students had a great time, and we hope they will remember this experience for a long time to come! Thank you to our wonderful chaperones for making this trip possible, and to the Witte Museum for being such a great host!

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Somerset Academy Collegiate Teacher Honored as KSAT Educator of the Month

San Antonio, Texas - Somerset Academy Collegiate is proud to announce that 7th grade teacher, Coach Susanne Martinez, has been honored as the KSAT Educator of the Month. Coach Martinez received a generous gift card from Firstmark Credit Union and a lovely award. Coach Martinez was recognized for her outstanding work in the classroom, her dedication to her students and her commitment to education. She will be featured on an upcoming news segment on KSAT (sometime in the next week). We will post the link on our social media pages as well. “We are so proud of Coach Martinez and her well-deserved recognition as the KSAT Educator of the Month,” said Monique Almazan, Principal.   “She is an outstanding teacher who goes above and beyond for her students, and we are lucky to have her on our team.” We are honored to have Coach Martinez as part of our school family, and we are proud of her for her outstanding work in the classroom and her dedication to her students. For more information about the KSAT Educator of the Month program and to see Coach Martinez’s feature, please visit the KSAT 12 News website.

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Fifth Grade GT Students Create a "Mars Colony" in the Library: A Visually Stunning and Educational Display

The library is starting to look like Mars! Our fifth-grade GT students have been busy creating a "Mars Colony," complete with interesting habitats and inventions. They have been placed on display in the library for all to see and enjoy. The students have put in a lot of hard work and creativity into these projects, and it shows in the intricate details and unique designs of their habitats and inventions. From solar-powered homes to oxygen generators, the students have thought of everything needed to survive on the red planet.The projects are not only visually stunning but also educational, as they provide a glimpse into what life on Mars could be like and the challenges that humans would face living there. We encourage all lower school students to take a break from their studies and visit the library to see the amazing projects on display. It's an excellent opportunity to learn about Mars, space exploration and to be inspired by the imagination and hard work of our 5th grade GT students. A big thank you to our wonderful GT teacher for guiding and encouraging the students throughout the project and for making learning fun and interactive. ๐ŸŒŸ

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