SOCES Journalism is proud to present our first special digital edition of the Knight Times. This edition features completely different content than our print edition of the Knight Times, which being released the morning of December 19.
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The Sherman Oaks CES community is invited to the groundbreaking ceremony for the new comprehensive modernization project this Monday, March 4 at 10 a.m.
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Congratulations to Mr. Jocz, one of our newest staff members, on being recognized as the 2018 CA History teacher of the year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
In 2016, he was honored as the CA Teacher of the Year for his innovative teaching at Downtown Magnet.
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Aladdin Jr. premieres this Friday, May 18.
The PTSA Gently Used Book Sale begins Tuesday, May 22 in the Lambert Library. See below for all the information. All proceeds go to Sherman Oaks CES.
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Engineering students SOCES in both middle and high school placed first in the experimental portion of Aerospace Corp.’s 40th Annual Robert H. Herndon Science Competition.
The contest, held May 26th in El Segundo on the Aerospace campus, drew schools from across Los Angeles County, with students competing in the essay and experimental categories.
The middle school team’s research was titled, “The Hanging Alarm Clock” They identified a problem in which their peers have difficulties in waking up in the morning. The team engineered a solution by building a hanging alarm clock with an ultrasonic sensor that triggers a motor that raises the clock away from the sleeper when they try and reach for it. This forces the sleeper to get up out of bed to try to turn it off.
The high school team’s project was “The Future of Automation – Object Detection Algorithms”. They developed a computer program that utilizes a camera to recognize object shapes that can then be picked up by a robotic arm. They also wrote computer code in which the camera will recognize the skin tone of a worker and pause the automation process thereby making it safer for humans to work collaboratively with robotic systems.
The students worked many hours after school on these projects with the help of other mentors from industry.
SOCES students who are interested and willing to make a commitment to working on projects such as these should see Ms. Yamagata (Room 104) or Mr. Hicks (Room 106).
is the California State Champion!
The SOCES Engineering Team traveled to San Diego for the SkillsUSA State Championships at the Town & Country Resort, San Diego, CA on April 20-23, 2017. SkillsUSA is an organization for students enrolled in a Career Technical Education pathway course (i.e. SOCES MS and HS Engineering courses). Students have an opportunity to compete in both Leadership and Technical type competitions. SOCES students were competing in a variety of competitions including the following:
Principles of Engineering Technology
Shannon Lamb, Smit Rajyaguru, Adam Murtagh, Ariful Rigan, Quinn Ward
Related Technical Math
Quiz Bowl –
Team 1 – Ava Basileo, Kyle Chiu, Adam Murtagh, John Sri, Ganaka Wijesundara
Team 2 – Ben Gelbart, Quinn Ward , Cole Lazar, Angel Roco, Vedant Patel
Mobile Robotics Technology
Ethan Kurtz, John Sridaoduan
Robotics: Urban Search & Rescue
Rafael Gevorkyan, David Kazaryan
Roxanne Perez, Brisa Amador , Kimberly Galindo, Vaidehi Zala
Shannon Lamb placed first and Smit Rajyaguru placed second in the Principles of Engineering Technology competition. Shannon will now advance to the National Competition in Louisville, Kentucky!
Ramon Roco placed second in the Related Technical Math competition. Ramon will also represent California in the National Competition in Louisville, Kentucky!
The winners with their medals.
Take a look at the yellow flyer that came home with your student for instructions. It’s all there!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!