Tag Archives: Technology

Photo of the Week: Afternoon Light

October 5, 2017

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Ms. Pink gives her 6th period health class presentation tips.

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Cable One Updates Cause Campus-Wide Internet Delays

October 5, 2017

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    By Ryan Medina, Trinity Madrid and Max Zink As of late, The ASK Academy has been plagued by Internet failure, and with grades and projects due by the end of the week, it could not have come at a worse time. While helping a Tyrannosaurus Rex leap over cacti and other dinosaurs is fun, […]

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Event Calendar Keeps ASK Community In The Loop

September 27, 2017

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    By Madeline Peterson With all of the events that go on at The Academy, it can be difficult for scholars, staff, and parents to keep up. An ASK Academy calendar has been created that keeps scholars updated on testing days, vacation, graduation, and other school-wide events.  The calendar can be found at http://www.theaskacademy.org/Calendar, […]

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Political Cartoon: NWEA Learning Curve

September 19, 2017

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Scholars Think in Motion

May 11, 2017

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Bonnie Smith’s middle school Computers and Technology class was assigned a stop-motion video project. Below are two videos made by her class. The one titled “Indominus Breakout” is a re-creation of two scenes from Jurrasic World by 6th graders James Fichtner and Anthony Sirignano, and the other, “Marbles” was made by 8th grader Cami Bardin and 6th grader […]

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Political Cartoon: Initiation Process Has Begun

January 25, 2017

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Google Helps Scholars Travel the World With a Pair of Goggles

February 4, 2016

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  By Sofia Lamberto Today, ASK scholars were given the opportunity to tour various places around the world without leaving campus. Google Expeditions is a virtual reality platform built for educators and students, that allow people the opportunity go on hundreds of virtual field trips — whether it be to space, the Taj Mahal, or the depths of the […]

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