Education Notebook: MBHS Aquatics Program fundraiser Nov. 5
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MARES at Scripps
During one week in Oct. 15, students from Mission Bay and La Jolla high schools participated in the first year of MARES: Math and Research Ecology at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Students were selected based on their interest and merit in math and science. The program at Scripps Institution of Oceanography provided a snapshot of what their future studies could look like if they were to pursue a career in marine science.
MARES at Scripps During one week in Oct. 15, students from Mission Bay and La Jolla high schools participated in the first year of MARES: Math and Research Ecology at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Students were selected based on their interest and merit in math and science. The program at Scripps Institution of Oceanography provided a snapshot of what their future studies could look like if they were to pursue a career in marine science.
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Sand volleyball champs
Competing at Mission Bay Park on Saturday, Oct. 22, Mission Bay boys sand volleyball team beat The Bishop's School to win the Division II boys sand volleyball championship.
Sand volleyball champs Competing at Mission Bay Park on Saturday, Oct. 22, Mission Bay boys sand volleyball team beat The Bishop's School to win the Division II boys sand volleyball championship.
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PBMS surfers take first 
The Pacific Beach Middle School surf team, The PB Locals, took first place in the Scholastic Surf Series Middle School Division 2 contest in Ocean Beach on Sunday, Oct. 23. Coach Scott Cadam remarked, "It was a fun day filled with excellent individual performances and support and enthusiasm from the entire team."
PBMS surfers take first The Pacific Beach Middle School surf team, The PB Locals, took first place in the Scholastic Surf Series Middle School Division 2 contest in Ocean Beach on Sunday, Oct. 23. Coach Scott Cadam remarked, "It was a fun day filled with excellent individual performances and support and enthusiasm from the entire team."
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Mission Bay High

- MBHS Aquatics Program fundraiser – Mark your calendar for a fun Bingo Nite on Nov. 5 to help support MBHS Aquatics 5 to 8 p.m. at the VFW Post 5985, 853 Turquoise St. Bingo games – Pizza by the slice – lots of cool prizes – opportunity drawings.

- MBHS students competed in the UCSD Triton Quiz Bowl tournament on Saturday, Oct. 22, placing fifth overall out of 24 teams. The A team included Dylan Groves (11), Daniel Legasi (11), Jason Watt (11), Jordan Grayson (11), and newcomer Rory Knight (9). The B team consisted of Nick Archer (10), Sophia Bailey (10), Taylor Kavieff (10), and Alexis Voleta (10). Academic League coach and English teacher Nathan Sheehy, said, "Well done to both teams who competed strongly with good attitudes and were close in a number of matches."

Pacific Beach Middle

- Parent and community tours at PB Middle. Pacific Beach Middle International Baccalaureate World School will open its doors on Nov. 3, Dec. 1, Jan. 5, Feb. 2, March 2, April 6 and May 4 from 8 to 10 a.m. in the Pacific Beach Middle Media Center. Parents of prospective students are invited to meet the principal, visit the classrooms and learn about the IB program. For more information: jsims@sandi.net or (858) 273-9070 ext. 2357.

PB Elementary

- PBE is getting ready for its third annual Turkey Trot jog-a-thon on Nov. 14, and is looking for local businesses to help sponsor different parts of the event. Students will run to help raise money to fund important programs like science, art, and music. For more information or to donate, visit www.FOPBE.org. Gobble gobble!

Mission Bay Cluster

- Next Mission Bay Cluster meeting is 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3 at PB Elementary Library.

St. Paul's Lutheran

- St. Paul's Lutheran Preschool PB has partnered with the San Diego Bike Coalition for a fun and educational Bike Rodeo on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for children ages 2-5 years old to promote awareness of safe cycling. A free bike safety check will be done as well as having the opportunity to ride laps onsite. San Diego Fire Department will be onsite with a truck for fun and fire awareness discussions. A pancake breakfast will be offered onsite for $3/plate.

Children may ride a scooter or bike and parents may ride too. There is a $10 entrance for riding. All riders receive a free Hammond's Ice Cream certificate. This is a fun event promoting health and safety.

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