ACE Leadership High School Fall 2020 Exhibitions
Hello Community Partners!

You are invited to join us in judging ACE Leadership's Fall 2020 Exhibitions.

Judges not only help our students and teachers to gauge the students' level of mastery in a subject area, but they also provide an opportunity to mentor them in improving practices and developing as professionals. Judges will observe student presentations, ask questions, and complete a rubric for the students. Judges are often professionals within the subject field, but other community partners may determine mastery by how successfully a student can teach a person about the subject matter. You are welcome to choose any and all of the projects!

Please indicate on the form below if you are interested in attending any of this trimester's virtual exhibitions. We will then follow up with the Google Meet links and rubrics of the exhibitions you are interested in. Thank you!

If you have any questions or comments, please contact a member of the Community Engagement Center:
Ryan DeHoyos at crdehoyos@aceleadership.org
Emma Curd at emma@aceleadership.org
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Wednesday, November 4th, 2020
Evening ReEngagement - On Fire! (4:00 - 7:00 PM on Google Meet)
"How can we create a fire ritual at ACE that reflects our culture and improves our community?" In this project, students investigated how various cultures utilize fire rituals throughout the world. Students discovered the cultural significance of these fire rituals as they investigated what a fire ritual for the ACE community could look like.
Thursday, November 5th, 2020
Evening ReEngagement - On Fire! (4:00 - 7:00 PM on Google Meet)
"How can we create a fire ritual at ACE that reflects our culture and improves our community?" In this project, students investigated how various cultures utilize fire rituals throughout the world. Students discovered the cultural significance of these fire rituals as they investigated what a fire ritual for the ACE community could look like.
Friday, November 6th, 2020
Food Truck (9:00-11:30 AM on Google Meet)
"How can science help me maintain a safe and successful food truck?" In this project, students demonstrated their understanding of chemistry and food safety as it related to the successful maintenance of a food truck. They also investigated the importance of branding by using graphic design to create their own food truck logo.
On Fire! (1:00-4:00 PM on Google Meet)
"How can we create a fire ritual at ACE that reflects our culture and improves our community?" In this project, students investigated how various cultures utilize fire rituals throughout the world. Students discovered the cultural significance of these fire rituals as they investigated what a fire ritual for the ACE community could look like.
Monday, November 9, 2020
Solar Trailer (9:00AM - 12:00 PM on Google Meet)
"What are the benefits of different types of solar energy systems and how do they work?" In this project, students focused on investigating various solar energy types and understanding the physical, electrical, and mechanical concepts behind these energy sources. ACE students have partnered with NMSEA to work towards improving the NMSEA Sunchaser.
Urbanology (1:00-3:30 PM on Google Meet)
"What makes a sustainable city?" In this project, students discovered the importance of sustainable city planning by investigating cities and sustainability through the lenses of history, government, and engineering. Students utilized what they learned to design their own sustainable cities.
Evening ReEngagement - On Fire! (4:00 - 7:00 PM on Google Meet)
"How can we create a fire ritual at ACE that reflects our culture and improves our community?" In this project, students investigated how various cultures utilize fire rituals throughout the world. Students discovered the cultural significance of these fire rituals as they investigated what a fire ritual for the ACE community could look like.
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Food Truck (9:00-11:30 AM on Google Meet)
"How can science help me maintain a safe and successful food truck?" In this project, students demonstrated their understanding of chemistry and food safety as it related to the successful maintenance of a food truck. They also investigated the importance of branding by using graphic design to create their own food truck logo.
On Fire! (1:00-4:00 PM on Google Meet)
"How can we create a fire ritual at ACE that reflects our culture and improves our community?" In this project, students investigate how various cultures utilize fire rituals throughout the world. Students discovered the cultural significance of these fire rituals as they investigated what a fire ritual for the ACE community could look like.
Evening ReEngagement - On Fire! (4:00 - 7:00 PM on Google Meet)
"How can we create a fire ritual at ACE that reflects our culture and improves our community?" In this project, students investigated how various cultures utilize fire rituals throughout the world. Students discovered the cultural significance of these fire rituals as they investigated what a fire ritual for the ACE community could look like.
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Solar Trailer (9:00AM - 12:00 PM on Google Meet)
"What are the benefits of different types of solar energy systems and how do they work?" In this project, students focused on investigating various solar energy types and understanding the physical, electrical, and mechanical concepts behind these energy sources. ACE students have partnered with NMSEA to work towards improving the NMSEA Sunchaser.
Urbanology (1:00-3:30 PM on Google Meet)
"What makes a sustainable city?" In this project, students discovered the importance of sustainable city planning by investigating cities and sustainability through the lenses of history, government, and engineering. Students utilized what they learned about city planning throughout the trimester to design their own cities.
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