Jonathan Thomas-Palmer is a “Worldwide Physics Educator” through his global online educational platform, “Flipping Physics,” which features physics videos on a YouTube channel. In addition to being with Flipping Physics for seven and a half years, he is also a part-time science teacher at Community High School, having been there for four and a half
Nemo Neiburger talks robotics, band, coding, and the future as a graduating senior. Find out what this Skyline Senior says about his high school experience.
Keep social distancing, look for wide-open and outdoor spaces, and wear masks if you venture out! Taking a vacation during the summer is a time-honored tradition for some families. During this time of great uncertainty, it may be even more important to take a break from work life, city-life, and all the events of the
Remember when teens couldn’t wait to get their license and start driving? Now, an increasing number of students are postponing getting their driving license until 18.
YAA offers creative workshops in a myriad of artistic disciplines including creative writing, theater, movement, visual art, music, animation, fiber, mosaic, Shakespeare, printmaking, video game development, horticulture and expressive arts. These workshops are facilitated by local artists who are hired and trained by YAA in trauma-informed arts practices.