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Mark Reese

“The material covered in LSSU's engineering program provided me a solid foundation for graduate studies. The systematic approach and communication skills needed to tackle engineering projects were taught and then practiced over and over again. In particular I appreciate the many hours spent by the faculty to develop oral presentation skills in each student. As a graduate student now, these skills have proven to be highly beneficial and, to my surprise, obviously not taught to the same extent at many other universities.”

Mark Reese, Mechanical Engineering 2005
Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
School of Ocean & Earth Science and Technology
Graduate Student, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Charter Schools

Momentum Academy

Mission Statement:

Momentum Academy will propel 21st century students toward success in life through a focus on student achievement for college and workforce readiness.

Momentum Academy Location

Address:
99 E. Woodward Heights
Hazel Park, MI 48030
Telephone:
(248) 336-5600
Website:
www.ihavemomentum.org

Momentum Academy Contact Information

Director:
Kevelin Jones, kjones@ihavemomentum.org
Management Company:
The Romine Group
Greg Lathrop, greg@trgschools.com
Board of Directors:
President : Robert Terwilliger, rob2655@aol.com
Vice President: Sarah Lindsey, slindsey@wnj.com
Secretary: Lisa Koski, lmkoski76@yahoo.com
Treasurer: Andrew Whitsitt, Andrew.whitsitt@gza.com
Trustee: Cora Morgan, cora.morgan.law@gmail.com
LSSU Oversight Officer:
Nick J. Oshelski
Executive Director Charter Schools
noshelski@lssu.edu

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Success for Every Grade

Momentum Academy will propel 21st century students toward success in life through a focus on student achievement for college and workforce readiness.

Preschool students have been busy learning about the life cycle of a butterfly. They watched tiny caterpillars grown into large caterpillars, form a cocoon and hatch into butterflies. Each student participated in releasing the butterflies out into the world. Also each student created their own paint project to put on display for Art night. As we begin to close on this school year, each student will make graduation caps to wear on graduation day.

Kindergarteners have had a big year. They can recite the alphabet, identify letters, sounds, sight words, read books on grade level and write in daily journals. They have been explorers in the classroom identifying living and non-living things through the use of binoculars. They have toured the world by learning about countries, cultures and tasting various foods. These students have studied about the different types of animals and can classify them into the different animal groups. They are able to add, subtract, measure and identify 3D shapes. Kindergarteners have learned something very special this year which is friendship.

As we continuously monitor the growth goals of our students, second graders are showing their enthusiasm to be the best that they can be. 17% of our second grade students were advanced in ELA, 67% were proficient, 17% were basic and 0% were below basic! These growth goals are monitored every 30 days utilizing Data Director Assessments.

Third and Fourth graders have enjoyed success and encountered interesting experiences in recent months. Remediation efforts have resulted in raising Data Director computerized testing scores. Students are poised in continuing to make progress goals for the upcoming Scantron testing. They showed their artistic skills and teamwork while creating a sand mural for our Art show. They even braved the unknown by eating crickets during a lesson on cultural differences.

During our Art show, fifth and sixth graders showed the talent by decorating flower pots. As these students are preparing to take the final series of the Scantron test, they are also focused on learning about Citizenship involvement and Public issues. Our goal is to end the school year by achieving higher testing scores than previously tested.

Nationally Recognized

Brittany Currie

Second Place
Lake Superior State University
“Mobile Robotics Workcell – Using Robotics to Lure Young Minds to Manufacturing Engineering.”  

First Place
University of Florida, Gainesville

Third Place
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

2006 ASME International Conference of Manufacturing Science and Engineering

Student Manufacturing Design Competition

October 9, 2006
Ypsilanti, Michigan

Learn More...

-Computer Eng.
-Electrical Eng.
-Mfg. Eng. Tech.
-Mechanical Eng.

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