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Socorro ISD Board of Trustees Cynthia Ann Najera - President Paul Guerra - Vice President Angelica Rodriguez - Secretary Antonio ‘Tony’ Ayub - Trustee Gary Gandara - Trustee Hector F. Gonzalez - Trustee Michael A. Najera - Trustee Superintendent of Schools José Espinoza, Ed.D. The Socorro Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, activities or employment. Eastlake High School SATA School of Advanced Technology Applications Vision Providing tomorrow’s leaders with the equipment and facilities to develop a future open for success. Eastlake alumni are destined for greatness on the horizon. Mission Statement Eastlake High School exists to provide opportunities to maximize our children’s academic, artistic, athletic and social skills. Contact Information: George Thomas Gilbert Martinez Tammi Mackeben 915-937-0303 915-937-3602 915-937-0320 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Eastlake High School Counselors: Humberto Miranda Sonia Ortega Alicia O’Quinn Rosemary Sandoval 915-937-3631 915-937-3661 915-937-9637 915-937-3636 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

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Socorro ISD Board of TrusteesCynthia Ann Najera - President

Paul Guerra - Vice PresidentAngelica Rodriguez - SecretaryAntonio ‘Tony’ Ayub - Trustee

Gary Gandara - TrusteeHector F. Gonzalez - TrusteeMichael A. Najera - Trustee

Superintendent of SchoolsJosé Espinoza, Ed.D.

The Socorro Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, activities or employment.

Eastlake High School

SATASchool of Advanced Technology Applications

VisionProviding tomorrow’s leaders with the equipment and facilities to develop a future open for success.Eastlake alumni are destined for greatness on the horizon.

Mission StatementEastlake High School exists to provide opportunities to maximize our children’s academic, artistic, athletic and social skills.

Contact Information:George Thomas Gilbert Martinez Tammi Mackeben915-937-0303 915-937-3602 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Eastlake High School Counselors:Humberto Miranda Sonia Ortega Alicia O’Quinn Rosemary Sandoval915-937-3631 915-937-3661 915-937-9637 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

STEM Course Description:Eastlake HS students will have the unique opportunity to select from the following courses, currently listed as a STEM endorsement for Computer Science.

Computer Science I*, II*, III* and IV*AP Computer Science*Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science*Robotics Programming and Design**Required courses

Game Programming and DesignMobile Application DevelopmentDigital ForensicsIndependent Studies of Technology ApplicationsAt least two of these courses are required

The information below is a brief description that is common amongst each of the above listed courses.

The technology applications curriculum has six strands based on the National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS•S) and performance indicators developed by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE): creativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship; and technology operations and concepts.

Course Criteria:Eastlake HS students must meet the following criteria to enroll and complete the program requirements to earn the four-year endorsement in Computer Science.

Program Requirements• Complete a coherent sequence of courses

for four or more credits in CTE that consists of at least two courses in the same career clus-ter

• Enroll in at least two P/AP credit courses in mathematics and science each year for four years

• Enroll in at least two Dual Credit and/or AP courses in the 11th and 12th grade

• Participate in a minimum of two years UIL competitions or current CTSO

• Complete a senior year project

Student Criteria• 3.0 Cumulative GPA• Comply with 90% required attendance rate• Reside in the Socorro ISD attendance zone• Application Packet must be completed and

submitted within the given time frame (April 17, 2014)

• Complete essay portion of application packet• Submit an updated individual student profile

sheet with state assessment scores from previous year

Course Sequence:Eastlake School of Advanced Technology Applications S.A.T.A

Timeframe for Registration and Enrollment (S.A.T.A and Synergi):March 10, 2014 Ms. Borrego and Eastlake/Montwood teams will present information to Campus Counselors

March 27, 2014 Ms. Borrego and Eastlake/Montwood teams will present to Principal at Leadership

April 4-14, 2014 Eastlake and Montwood visit middle schools for 8th grade presentations (application packet delivered to 8th grade students)

April 15, 2014 Montwood parent information night at Montwood HS

April 16, 2014 Eastlake parent information night @ Eastlake HS

April 17, 2014 Application packets due to Middle School Counselors

April 21-25, 2014 Applications reviewed by High School Committees

May 2, 2014 Notification of acceptance distributed to students and parents

May 7, 2014 Students and parents sign commitment and acceptance forms

Socorro ISD Middle School students will have an opportunity to register for a STEM magnet for Eastlake SATA and Montwood Synergy. The chart below provides the timeline for students to sign a letter of intent and complete a registration form:

Socorro High School Feeder Schools Montwood High School Feeder SchoolsCampus Name Date and Time Campus Name Date and Time

Ernesto Serna School April 7th 2:00-3:00 Bill Sybert School

Salvador H. Sanchez Middle April 7th 11:06-12:12 Montwood Middle April 14th 8:30-3:15

Socorro Middle April 10th 2:00-3:00 William D. Slider Middle

El Dorado High School Feeder Schools Americas High School Feeder SchoolsCampus Name Date and Time Campus Name Date and Time

Jane A. Hambric School April 4th 7:45-1:00 Capt. Walter E. Clarke Midddle April 4th 2:00-3:00

Paso Del Norte School April 10th 10:41-2:20 John Drugan School April 8th 8:22-3:15

SPC. Rafael Hernando Middle

Sun Ridge Middle Eastlake High School Feeder SchoolsSSG. Manuel Puentes Middle April 11th 7:45-3:00 Campus Name Date and Time

Desert Wind School *April 8th 7:45-3:00

Col. John O. Ensor Middle April 9th 1:34-3:15

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

1. Pre/AP Algebra I or II2. English I3. Pre/AP Biology4. World Geography5. Computer Science I6. Foreign Language (Rec. Chinese)7. PE/Athletics8. Speech/Health

Required courses for students to receive STEM endorsement in Computer Science.

1. Pre/AP Algebra II or P/AP Geometry

2. English II3. Pre/AP Chemistry4. World History5. Computer Science II6. Robotics Programming & Design or Elective7. Foreign Language (Rec. Chinese)8. PE/Athletics

1. Pre/AP Pre-Calculus Advanced Quantitative Reasoning, or Pre/AP Geometry

2. AP English III or DC English III3. Pre/AP Physics or Principles of

Technology4. US History or DC US History5. Computer Science III6. Game Programming Design Or

Mobile App Development7. Foreign Language (Rec. Chinese) Or Elective8. Fine Arts

1. Pre/AP Calculus, AQR, AP Stats2. Discrete Mathematics for

Computer Science3. AP English IV or DC English IV4. Physiology/ Anatomy, Food

Science, Forensics, AP Biology, Or Science Research and Design

5. Government and Economics or AP Government

6. Computer Science IV7. Digital Forensics or Independent

Study of Technical Application8. Elective