CSU East Bay – Diablo
Phi Delta Kappa Vol. 2006/07, No. 3
CSU East Bay - Diablo Chapter No. 0189 March 30, 2007
Castro Valley, Dublin, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore,
Newark, Pleasanton, San Leandro, San Lorenzo,
Sunol, Union City, and surrounding areas Patricia Wheeler, Editor
APRIL 21ST, 2007 CSU EAST BAY SCIENCE FESTIVAL—
In lieu of our April meeting with a book publisher, we will participate in the CSU East Bay Science Festival. The College
of Science is hosting the 2007 Science Festival, a tradition going back to 1974. They are billing it as a Day of Learning
and Adventure for the Curious of All Ages. They will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of CSU East Bay as well as
Astronomy Day and the 2007 International Heliophysical Year. The Festival will run from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM on
Saturday, April 21st. It will be held in Science and VBT Buildings. We will support their effort. This is related to our
theme for this year of Linking Schools and Communities .
At the Science Festival, there will be demonstrations, experiments,
hands-on activities, exhibits, lectures, and more. Some of the
activities are a chemistry magic show, observing the sun with a
telescope, geophysical prospecting, fossil casting, mathematical
puzzles, computer simulations, and dancing DNA. We will have a
table at the Science Festival with information on resources from
PDK to help promote science learning. We will also have an open
house in the McHugh Reading & Curriculum Resources Center (Arts
& Education Building Room 143). The open house will include a tour
of the science teaching resource collections and displays of
significant science trade books for children and young adults.
We need volunteers from our Chapter to prepare materials and select books for the PDK display table and for the open
house, to provide refreshments for the open house, to donate raffle prizes related to science, and to be at the PDK
table and at the McHugh Center for one- or two-hour periods throughout the Festival on April 21st.
If you can help with this event, fill out the form on page 11 and return it to Lettie Ramirez by Friday, April 13 th, one
week before the Science Festival, letting her know when you can be at the Festival and what you can do there.
For more information on the Science Festival, call 510-885-3441. Park in Lot F or E-2. Both parking and admission to
the Science Festival are free. For a campus map, go to
REPORT ON THE NOVEMBER 13TH, 2006 MEETING—
This was the second year in which we held a forum for students in Section 37 for science and Section 38 for
social sciences of TED 5390 Methods of Teaching Single Subject classes of David Stronck and David Forrest.
The focus of this year’s forum was Surviving Your First Year of Teaching. The forum was held in Room 385 of
the Arts & Education (A&E) Building at CSU East Bay. The two classes started meeting at 4:30 PM. At 5:30
PM, the students congregated in Room 385 for food and networking. The food was provided by Kate Reed and
After 20 minutes, Craig Wilson started the meeting by welcoming everyone. Frank Smith, a student in the
social science methodology class, led an ice breaker. He listed several topics and asked everyone to go to one
side of the room or the other, depending on where they stood on that topic. He then called on a couple people
in each of the two groups to say why they chose that side. Some of the topics were: if you would prefer to
teach in a middle school or a high school, if you would rather teach in the morning or the afternoon, whether
class management or lesson planning was more challenging for you, whether you would want to deal with an
angry student or an angry parent, if you had ever made a referral or not, and if your first year in the
classroom was easier or harder than you thought it would be.
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Frank Smith conducting ―Ice Breaker‖ Craig Wilson showing PDK materials
Next, a set of 18 questions, each with one or two relevant conclusions from the 2006 PDK/Gallup Poll, was
distributed to groups of two or three people each. The groups were each assigned one question and asked to
discuss it, and then share their opinions and related experiences with the entire group. This led to lively
discussions on the role of the federal government in education, No Child Left Behind, funding of education, etc.
Shortly before the end of the meeting, all students were given a 5‖ x 8‖ card and asked to write down a
question they had. The cards were collected. Craig Wilson read the questions and elicited some input from
students. David Stronck responded to some of the questions. The questions were later sent by Craig Wilson
to David Forrest and David Stronck for use in their methodology classes as they saw fit.
A total of 34 students attended. PDK members present were Li-Ling Chen, David Hahn, Lettie Ramirez, Maria
Elena Rivera, Dick Stark, David Stronck, Pat Wheeler, and Craig Wilson.
REMAINING 2006-07 PROGRAM PLANS—
Plans for a speaker and for a meeting with a book publisher changed when we agreed to become involved with the CSU
East Bay Science Festival on April 21st, described above.
We plan to have our annual banquet on Friday, June 1st, place to be determined. At the banquet, we will recognize our
Prospective Educator Scholarship winners; present the Outstanding Educator Awards to a teacher, an administrator,
and a faculty member; initiate new members; and install officers and board members for 2007-08.
We hope to have a social/recreational activity during the summer. Below are listed four possible activities. Please let
Lettie Ramirez know your preferences. If you are interested in more than one, rank them. Durations and costs are
estimates. Contact Lettie directly (see page 10 for contact information) or complete the enclosed survey and mail it to
Amtrak to Sacramento Old Town and back (6-8 hours, $42)
USS Potomac at Jack London Square (2 hours, $7)
Angel Island from Tiburon (6 hours, $25)
SF Giants’ baseball game via Ferry (duration, price to be determined)
NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR AWARDS—
We are seeking nominations for our Outstanding Educator Awards, to be presented at our June 1st banquet. One
teacher, one administrator, and one college faculty member will be chosen. Each Outstanding Educator Award recipient
will receive a complimentary dinner for themselves and a guest, a framed certificate, and a year's membership in PDK
International and our Chapter, which includes a subscription to the acclaimed Phi Delta Kappan. Please submit your
nomination(s) to Linda Smetana, Department of Teacher Education, CSU East Bay, 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd., Hayward, CA
94542) by Friday, April 20th. If you have any questions, contact Linda at 510-885-4489 or
PROSPECTIVE EDUCATOR SCHOLARSHIPS—
Our two 2006-07 scholarship winners are Tyler Cornfield of Foothill High School in Pleasanton and Rosa Lee of San
Leandro High School. They will be honored at our June 1st banquet. This year’s winners were chosen from four
applicants. Sueva Terry oversaw the selection process.
Tyler has been active in Boy Scouts, serving as a Camp Counselor and Merit Badge Instructor. He earned the rank of
Eagle Scout as a tenth grader. During his senior year, he taught fourth through seventh graders in the Regional
Occupation Program (ROP). Each year in high school he participated in community service activities. He also finds time
to pursue his musical interests, teaching guitar lessons and being a member and president of the Bay Area Music Club.
He has been a Band Posterboy, releasing two CDs, touring, and winning the Bay Area Battle of the Bands at the Concord
Pavillion. His English teacher said Tyler ―picks the brains of his teachers in order to learn from their successes,
challenges, philosophies, and methodologies.‖ She described Tyler as patient, kind, creative, diligent, fun, and funny.
Tyler’s older brother Clint won the Prospective Educator Scholarship from the PDK Diablo Chapter last year. Clint is
attending CSU Monterey Bay. See the letter below from Clint. Tyler hopes to attend UC Santa Cruz or San Francisco
State this fall.
Rosa has worked with middle and high school students for a year as a tutor and academic coach at R. T. Fisher &
Associates/THE QUAD in Oakland. She is President of the Current Events Debate Club and, as a freshman,
participated in track and field, and cross country. Rosa is described in the letters of recommendation as
―genuinely interested in assisting all people in realizing their academic potential,‖ able to multi-task, positive, engaging,
serious and yet welcoming, with a good sense of humor, and having top communication skills.
As part of their application, they had to respond to an essay.
The issue of student homework has re-emerged as a current topic of discussion. Some argue school is
for schoolwork and home is for family, friends, and community. As a student, you are familiar with
homework. As a teacher you probably will have decisions to make about homework — its value,
purpose, and place in your classroom. What is your opinion about homework? How will you as a teacher
approach this controversial subject?
Tyler wrote, ―Though giving every afternoon and evening as time to relax and visit others does sound noble, teachers
should not have any moral dilemma when deciding to give homework. From a middle or high school teacher’s perspective,
an hour a day is not enough time to cover all the material that they need to…. The reiteration of concepts, which really
is what helps, is something that student can do on their own time, perhaps as homework…. When thinking about my
views on homework, my first and most definite thought is that I’ll never assign busy work.… I fully plan on giving
homework when it is needed, and will structure my classroom in such a way that no assignment is unreasonable and that
it covers all crucial material in as concise a manner as possible.‖
Rosa wrote, ―In theory, the practice of homework is ideal.… In reality, both teachers and students abuse homework,
resulting in a system that hinders students’ ability to learn. In the elementary schools, students are being given more
homework at earlier ages each year…. A sense of family is lost because of the need to finish homework each and every
night. Instead of preparing our young children for the world, we have started to put unnecessary and harmful stress on
them during what should be their stress-free years. Because homework is being forced on children at younger and
younger ages, by the time students reach high school, their attitude towards school and homework has turned sour. In
many schools today, homework has become solely a measure of how hard a student will work for a grade…. As a result
of the deviation from homework’s ideal purpose, today’s students would be better off with as little assigned work as
possible, lessening their negative attitude towards school. Homework should be optional, allowing a much more
independent style of learning that better prepares one for college. Some students simply have the ability to grasp
concepts immediately and need no further iteration while those that do should learn to be self-reliant!‖
SCHOLARSHIP FUNDRAISER…OUR SPRING GROCERY GIFT CARD RAFFLE—
In addition to our ongoing fundraisers (RADA cutlery sales and raffles at some of our meetings), each spring the PDK
Diablo Chapter has had a supermarket gift card raffle, a tradition the CSU East Bay – Diablo Chapter will continue so
as to raise money for our scholarship fund. We will select two winners at our June 1 st meeting to receive a $100 and a
$50 gift card for a local supermarket of their choice. Twenty-five (25) tickets are enclosed with this issue of the CSU
East Bay - Diablo Messenger. Additional tickets can be purchased at the June 1st banquet prior to the drawing, or can
be obtained prior to the banquet from our Foundation Representative, Dayle Scott (510-895-8757 or
email@example.com). The tickets cost $1 each. Mail a check, payable to PDK, and the tickets, with the name(s) and
address(es) clearly written on the back side (or used gummed address labels), by May 29 th to: Dick Stark, PDK CSU
East Bay - Diablo Chapter Treasurer, 8504 Wicklow Lane, Dublin, CA 94568. Winners need not be present at the June
banquet. Remember, purchasing tickets will greatly enhance our scholarship fund.
NEW CHAPTER TREASURER—
Ray Garcia has resigned as our Chapter Treasurer and Dick Stark (formerly the Treasurer for the PDK Diablo Chapter)
has taken Ray’s place. Ray remains on our board as a Member-at-Large.
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Dick Stark gives his Treasurer’s Report at the March board meeting while
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LETTER FROM CLINT CORNFIELD, 2006 SCHOLARSHIP WINNER—
Dear Phi Delta Kappa—
I just wanted to give you a brief update about how my college experience is going thus far.
First of all, I am absolutely in love with CSU Monterey Bay. I am fitting in incredibly well
with both the faculty and the students. I have gotten involved with the student leadership as
well as groups to organize activities on campus.
Secondly, my classes are all going very well; I have either A’s or high B’s in all of my classes.
The classes are all incredibly interesting and I am learning a great deal in all. One of the big
points of CSUMB is that they force you to teach yourself and really work to gain knowledge
of a subject, something that I thoroughly enjoy.
I am planning on becoming a Resident Advisor soon which would put me in charge of an entire
floor of dorm rooms and bring on a great deal of responsibility.
Thank you again so much for granting me the scholarship. Without it, I would not be able to
pursue this fantastic new world and have the opportunities I do. Thank you again.
TWO LONG-TIME MEMBERS PASS AWAY—
Recently we lost two long-time members of the PDK Diablo Chapter to cancer, Mary Jane Hyde on February 28 and
Juanita Haugen on March 5.
Mary Jane Hyde passed away at her home in Dublin on February 28, 2007 after a fierce battle with cancer. She was
79 years old, and had lived in Dublin for over 40 years. Mary Jane was a charter member of the PDK Diablo Chapter
for over 30 years, being initiated on October 7, 1976. She received the PDK Service Key Award and served as Chapter
President. Mary Jane started her career as a musician. She received a Masters Degree in Music from the University
of Chicago, working as a concert pianist and piano teacher to pay for her graduate education before starting her
She taught third and fourth grade and music for many years in the Murray School District and later the Dublin Unified
School District. During those years she was a key person in getting computers into the classrooms, promoting NASA’s
education program, and overseeing the production of numerous shows and musicals. She became interested in
computers in foreign countries and, through the Alameda County Education Department, traveled to Russia as a USA
representative where she shared information about the use of computers in schools in a small town outside of Moscow.
Mary Jane went to China on an international friendship tour with 47 American educators. She learned about calligraphy
and was surprised to see how willing the Chinese were to express their feelings, given the ―horrible experiences they
had been through.‖ Mary Jane said, ―I feel innately the Chinese people want to be our friends.‖ She also planned and
tried to implement a teacher exchange program with a small town in Mexico, but governmental red tape got in the way.
On top of all this, Mary Jane earned a pilot’s license and flew volunteer missions for the Civil Air Patrol until 1990.
Mary Jane Hyde with other PDK Diablo Chapter Charter members, Bob Scruggs and Dick Stark, 1976.
After retiring, Mary Jane was active not only in PDK, but also in the California Retired Teachers Association (CRTA)
for which she served as the Financial Secretary. She continued volunteering in local schools through the Mixed Greens
group of the Dublin-San Ramon Women’s Club. They taught patriotic and historic songs to students. Her baby grand
piano has been donated to the City of Dublin and will be placed in the Community Room of the Dublin Library. It has
been valued at $12,000.
Her husband of 47 years, William Hyde, passed away in 2000. She is survived by her daughters, Linda LePelly and
Necia Ann Omo, four grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
The visitation and funeral service for Mary Jane were held on March 5 at Grisson’s Chapel & Mortuary in San Leandro.
She was laid to rest at Roselawn Cemetery on North Livermore Avenue in Livermore.
Juanita Haugen died on March 5 at age 69 after a long battle with cancer. She was surrounded by family members at
Hacienda Care Center in Livermore when she passed away peacefully in her sleep. She has left a long legacy of service
to education at the local, state, and national levels.
Juanita was born in San Francisco, attended the University of Southern California
(USC), for which she has been a very dedicated fan, and moved to Pleasanton in 1970.
She immediately became involved in the community and, in 1979, was first elected to
many years on the school board of the Amador Joint Union High School District and
later the Pleasantan Unified School District. She was President of the Pleasanton
USD School Board when she died. She founded the Pleasanton Community of
Character Coalition and was a charter member of the board for the Pleasanton
Partners in Education Foundation.
In 1997, Juanita was elected as President of the California School Boards Association (CSBA). She was appointed to
the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) by two governors. She was President of the California
Suburban School Districts Association, 1991-93, and President of the non-partisan California Elected Women for
Education and Research in 2005-06.
At the national level, she was on the board of the National School Boards Association (NSBA), was appointed by Bill
Clinton’s Secretary of Education Richard Reilly as the only school district trustee on the governing board of the
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), and was appointed by California governors to the Education
Commission of the States (ECS).
Her volunteer work extended beyond education and schools. She served on the
boards of the Tri-Valley YMCA for over 20 years, of the Classical Philharmonic,
and of the Valley Community Health Care Center.
She was initiated into the PDK Diablo Chapter on April 20, 1995. She spoke at
or served on panels for several of our meetings. Juanita always was ready to
shared information and her expert opinions on any education issue.
Juanita is survived by four daughters, Heather Haugen Rizzoli, Heidi Haugen Peart, Hilary Haugen, and Holly Haugen
Morello, and her grandson Giovanni Sebastian Morello, who was two-months old on the day of Juanita’s passing. Her
husband Gilbert died 17 years ago.
The memorial service for Juanita was held on Saturday, March 24, at St. Elizabeth Seton Church in Pleasanton,
followed by a reception at Thomas Hart Middle School. Eulogies were presented by Dr. John Casey, Superintendent of
the Pleasanton USD; Dr. Kerry Clegg, Past President of the CSBA and Regional Director of the NSBA; and Jane
Gallucci, President of the NSBA.
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A donor form is enclosed with this newsletter. Please consider making a donation to our Chapter’s scholarship fund in
memory of Mary Jane and/or Juanita. Donations in Mary Jane’s memory may also be made to the CRTA Scholarship
Fund (contact Olive Green at 925-443-6097). Donations in Juanita’s memory may also be made to St. Clare’s Episcopal
Church (3350 Hopyard Road, Pleasanton, 94588), USC East Bay Alumni Club Scholarship Fund (c/o Chris Anderson,
Treasurer, P.O. Box 300, Orinda 94563), Pleasanton USD’s Community of Character Scholarship (4659 Bernal Avenue,
Pleasanton 94566), and the Pleasanton Partnership in Education (PPIE) Foundation (Juanita Haugen Scholarship Award,
333 Division Street, Pleasanton 94566).
OFFICER AND BOARD CANDIDATES NEEDED—
At our June 1st meeting, we will install officers and board members for the 2007-08 year, which runs from July 1 to
June 30. Current officers and board members are listed on page 10. The Member-at-Large position is open to more
than one person. Anyone interested in running for one or more of these positions should contact Craig Wilson (510-
All of our Chapter members are eligible to run for any of these positions. Some of the current officers and board
members are willing to re-run. They enjoy the experience of working with a good team of people on worthwhile
projects and the networking opportunities within and outside of our Chapter. However, we need new people with new
ideas on the board. Please volunteer!!! If you have any questions on what is involved in a position, contact the person
currently holding that position, or our Chapter President Craig Wilson, or another current officer or board member.
A ballot with the slate of candidates will be included with the next newsletter. We will also have a draft of our
Chapter By-Laws for members to review and vote on. Please vote and return your ballot promptly as instructed.
Officers and board members will be encouraged to attend the Area Leadership Conference (ALC). This is an
opportunity to network with other chapters, to work on the planning of our Chapter events for 2007-08, to learn about
PDK and the responsibilities of the various officer and board positions, and to become aware of the resources available
to our Chapter from PDK International.
PDK INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT ELECT BALLOT—
Have you mailed your ballot for the PDK International President Elect voting? You may also vote on line at
www.pdkintl.org/election/07pres.htm. You must submit your vote by April 30th. The candidates are Kathleen Andreson
and Sandee Crowther. If you have any questions, contact Jan Humphreys (209-523-9393).
EDSOURCE 30TH ANNIVERSARY FORUM—
The 30th Anniversary EdSource Forum will be held on April 20th at the Crowne Plaza Cabaña in Palo Alto. The
registration fee is $60 for EdSource subscribers and $70 for non-subscribers. This year’s theme is Money Talks: New
Research + Candid Conversations About School Finance. The Keynote Speaker is John Mockler, President of John
Mockler & Associates, school finance state policy advisor, and chief architect of Proposition 98. His talk is ―How We
Got Where We Are: California School Finance Since 1970.‖ Susanna Loeb, Associate Professor and Director of the
Institute for Research on Education Policy and Practice at Stanford University, will do a presentation on ―New
Research Key Findings: Getting Down to Facts, School Finance Project.‖ Scott Plotkin, Executive Director of the
California School Boards Association, will talk about ―What Do Californians Wants? Results from a Collaborative
Interview Project.‖ There will also be a panel of key educators. For further information, contact EdSource at 520 San
Antonio Road, Suite 200, Mountain View, CA 94040-1217, 650-917-9481, FAX 650-917-9482, firstname.lastname@example.org
NEXT BOARD MEETING—
Wednesday, April 4th, 10:00 AM - Noon, McHugh Reading Center, Art & Education Building, CSUEB, Hayward
PDK INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION—
The 2007 PDK International Convention will be a Summit on Global Education. The focus will be on preparing our
students for work and citizenship in a global society. The convention will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,
October 18-20, 2007. You can register now at htpp://www.pdk.intl.org/summit/register.htm.
CAN YOU HANDLE THESE QUICK KIDS?—
(provided by Madeliene Ward)
Teacher: Maria, go to the map and find North America.
Maria: Here it is.
Teacher: Correct, Maria. Now class, who discovered North America?
Teacher: Why are you late, Frank?
Frank: Because of the sign.
Teacher: What sign?
Frank: The one that says, ―School ahead. Go slow.‖
Teacher: John, why are you doing your math multiplication on the floor?
John: You told me to do it without using the tables.
Teacher: Glenn, how do you spell ―crocodile‖?
Teacher: No, that’s wrong.
Glenn: Maybe it’s wrong, but you asked me how I spell it.
Teacher: Donald, what is the chemical formula for water?
Teacher: What are you talking about?
Donald: Yesterday you said it is H to O.
Teacher: Winnie, name one important thing we have today that we didn’t have 10 years ago.
Teacher: Gus, why do you always get so dirty?
Gus: Well, I’m a lot closer to the ground than you are!
Teacher: Millie, give me a sentence starting with ―I.‖
Millie: I is….
Teacher: No, Millie…. Always say, ―I am.‖
Millie: All right. I am the ninth letter of the alphabet.
Your 2006-07 Officers and Board Members—
President – Craig Wilson Newsletter Editor – Pat Wheeler
507 Kearney Street 2840 Waverley Way
El Cerrito, CA 94530 Livermore 94551-1740
Work 510-885-3032 925-443-5526
email@example.com Fax 925-449-3316
VP Membership – Maria Elena Rivera
15335 Washington Avenue, #101 Technology Coordinator – Li-Ling Chen
San Leandro. CA 94579 2371 Marion Avenue
Cell 510-825-8622 Fremont, CA 94539
VP Programs – Lettie Ramirez
17783 Rockhurst Road Advisor, A-J Regional Liaison – Jan
Castro Valley, CA 94546 Humphreys
510-733-0645 3602 Cherryglen Way
Work 510-885-2388 Modesto, CA 95356
Secretary – Kate Reed Tcherjan@aol.com
386 Laurel Drive
Danville, CA 94526 Scholarship Representative – Sueva Terry
925-831-0338 1822 Harms Drive
Work 510-885-7540 Pleasanton, CA 94566
Treasurer – Dick Stark Members-at-Large –
8504 Wicklow Lane
Dublin 94568 1. Ray Garcia
925-828-8936 3974 23rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
Foundation Rep. – Dayle Scott firstname.lastname@example.org
2224 Estabrook Circle
San Leandro 94577 2+. Open
510-895-8757 Volunteers needed
Historian – David Hahn Region A Rep. – Kathleen Andreson
24 Coolidge Terrace 7604 Summer, NE
Oakland, CA 94602 Albuquerque, NM 87110
510-482-8673 505-266-3104, ext. #1
Work 510-885-3058 email@example.com or
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This is the form for the Science Festival on Saturday, April 21, at CSU East Bay,
Please return this form by Friday, April 13 , to:
Lettie Ramirez, PDK Vice President–Programs
Department of Teacher Education
California State University – East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542-3077
Remember, Lettie MUST have this form by Friday, April 13 , so she can be sure we have the needed
coverage for our involvement in the 2007 Science Festival
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My Name ________________________________________________________
My Telephone ______ – ______ – _________
____ I can help the CSU East Bay – Diablo Chapter at the Science Festival at CSU East Bay in Hayward
on Saturday, April 21.
Check all the hours when you can help (we may not need you for all of them though, depending on
how many others sign up to help):
PDK Table at the Science Festival Open House at McHugh Reading
____ Setup ____ Setup
____ 11-12 ____ 11-12
____ 12 -1 ____ 12 -1
____ 1 -2 ____ 1-2
____ 2-3 ____ 2-3
____ 3-4 ____ 3-4
____ I cannot help on April 21.
____ I can provide refreshments for the Open House (e.g., cookies, fruit, bottled water)
What? _______________________________ (give refreshments to David Hahn)
____ I can help select books and set up for the Open House before April 21 (work with David Hahn)
____ I can help identify/obtain PDK and other resources for science teachers for our PDK table (work
with Craig Wilson)
____ I can provide science-related raffle prizes. (give to Pat Wheeler by April 20, 925-443-5526)
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Survey on Possible Summer Outings—
Please rank you choices of possible summer outings and return this to Lettie
Ramirez by June 1st. Do not assign a rank to outings that do not interest you.
_____ Amtrak to Sacramento Old Town and back (6-8 hours, $42)
_____ USS Potomac at Jack London Square (2 hours, $7)
_____ Angel Island from Tiburon (6 hours, $25)
_____ SF Giants’ Baseball game via Ferry (duration, price to be determined)
Return this survey by June 1, 2007 to:
Lettie Ramirez, PDK Vice President–Programs
Department of Teacher Education
California State University – East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542-3077
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