Category: School Pride

Why Carter? As a student at Jimmy Carter, YOU have the opportunity to obtain an associate’s degree and up to 60 college credit hours.

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Why Carter? As a student at Jimmy Carter, YOU have the opportunity to obtain an associate’s degree and up to 60 college credit hours.
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WhyCarter! As a Jimmy Carter student, you have the option to participate in extracurricular activities in comprehensive high schools while obtaining an exceptional education.

This entry is part [part not set] of 11 in the series Why Carter?

Why Carter? As a Jimmy Carter student, you have the option to participate in extracurricular activities in comprehensive high schools while obtaining an exceptional education.

$2500 Check: Cyber Techies finalist in Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Competition

Cyber Techies named State Finalists in Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow national STEM competition.

The student organization was among the top 300 finalists of over 1,000 submissions across the United States.

A $2,500 award was earned by the team to be used for classroom technology and supplies and has them moving into phase 2 of the competition.

A state win would yield winnings of $12,000 for the newly inaugurated organization.

The CTs considered problems worldwide and focused on an issue that inspired them to solve a pressing need for parents; they are developing an intelligent sensor to be used in vehicles and child carriers to alert parents of the safety risk.

The sensor is to be placed under the fabric of car seats to detect a child’s body heat.

Senior Rubie Lopez Describes what her Experience as a Member of the Juarez Lincoln Varsity Cheer Squad has Taught her.

Senior Rubie Lopez describes what her experience as a member of the Juarez Lincoln Varsity Cheer squad has taught her.

“Something that this squad has taught me is patients because when we had to teach the newbies as a vet I had to learn to be patient with them because they were new,” said Lopez.

However she mentions that another important thing that being part of the squad has taught her was what family meant.

“The team has taught me what family is because the girls that I’ve been with for the past four years have been with me by my side and it’s just been an awesome journey with them,” said Lopez.

She continues by mentioning that since the team is like a family there have been some disputes but at the end of the day they always come back together and agree on something. Lopez also states upcoming future events for the team.

“This year we are going to competition to actually compete at three competitions,” said Lopez.

She states how she believes this will help them connect better with each other and strengthen their already close bond. Demonstrating the commitment and ever-growing thirst for improvement that this team has.