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    Welcome to the HOMEPAGE for Mr. Robert Ellis 
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    Room 504

    This 2017 / 2018 Class Website is for YOU!

     
     
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    This website is for the use of all students, parents, and teachers from Miami Beach Senior High School. Here you will find class assignments, homework, and additional information about projects and classes throughout the year.

    !BIENVENIDOS!

    Este pagina web es para el uso de todos los estudiantes, de los padres, y maestros de la escuela Miami Beach Senior High School. Aquí usted encontrará las tareas de la clase, los deberes, e información adicional sobre la clase a través del año.

    Remember: Hi Tide Pride Begins with YOU!

     
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    Email Address: REllis2@dadeschools.net 
    Please email me if you have any questions or concerns.
     

     
    CONGRATULATIONS!!!
    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    to the students who passed their certification exam

    in POWERPOINT

    PERIOD 1 – Kiril Andrieiev, Dylan Carrizo, Brendan Espinel, Heavyn Ashron Lee, Ricky Coney, Elliot Del Pozo, Ian Gonzalez, Carla Perez, And YOU

    PERIOD 2 – Alessandro Theodoli, Katherine Guzman, Lazaro Gonzalez, Jizelle Martinez, Alan Lozano, Adrian Barone,  And YOU

    PERIOD 3 – Matthew Conway, Damian Boolsen, Randy Koliha, Jean Rodriguez,  And YOU

    PERIOD 7-  Justin Norris, Mekkah Loiseau, And YOU

    PERIOD 8-    Dylan Goureau, Julian Rubinovich, Lukas Varela, Luke Barcenas, Daniel Santana, Alfred Batista, And YOU

     In MTA OPERATING SYSTEMS

    PERIOD 4-   Stuart Fernandez,Kiril Andrieiev, Daniel Simone, And YOU

    in WORD

    PERIOD 1 – Kiril Andrieiev, Dylan Carrizo, Damian Boolsen, And YOU

      PERIOD 3 - Damian Boolsen, And YOU

     

     


     

     

    TIPS FOR PARENTS from the U.S. Department of Education

    • Read with your children.

    • Talk to your children and teenagers—and listen to them, too.

    • Set high expectations for your children.
    Ellis AOIT           
     

      


     
    Why STEM?

    Generally, STEM education efforts seek to increase student curiosity in and engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math. It is hoped that STEM initiatives will encourage more students to study, and eventually secure jobs in, STEM-related fields. The Clubs below are really STEM:  

                                                       
     

    Join The Robotics Club!

    The First Meeting is Monday, August 28 after school in Room 504.  See you there! 

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     If you can't make it on Thursdays, watch the Robotics Club webpage for more information on upcoming meetings...
     
     
     
     
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     Adoptaclassroom!  Adopt Room 504!

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