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is to: 1 educate, inform and inspire, 2 provide educational resources to classroom teachers, and 3 provide learning opportunities that engage students. encourages lifelong learning through the use of The Bees electronic news and information services, and other community educational resources. program provides eEdition subscriptions to teachers, special projects based on important themes, lesson plans, and innovative activities relevant to students and teachers in Sacramento and throughout Northern California. The eEdition is an exact replica of the newspaper that is delivered to you and your students electronically. Best of all, they can log on and read The Bee from any computer, laptop or tablet, whether at school or at home. Educational subscriptions are available to all classroom teachers at no cost. READ MORE

CareerGPS The Largest Career Exploration Program in California!

September 25 26, 2013 at Cal Expo

CareerGPS is an interactive career exploration program that helps over 6,000 students place their education within the context potential careers and education pathways. Teachers value the high quality experience that complements educational objectives. Employers engage directly with students and play a key role in helping students navigate their futures! Go here for more information > READ MORE

Be Water Smart Contest Winners

The Be Water Smart contest was designed to reinforce water awareness at home. The competition for grades K4 involved students gathering watersaving tips with their parents. Teachers returning the most tips increased the chances of their class being selected in the drawing. Students in grades 58 completed the Be Water Smart News Challenge. The questions were challenging and required students to search the Be Water Smart News student supplement for answers. READ MORE

Books That Change Lives

Like great novels, newspapers are packed with issues that affect us. Its what gives them life, what makes them part of the community. Our next supplement, called Books That Change Lives, spotlights conflicting values and finds their place in the world. Look for Books That Change Lives inside the electronic edition of The Bee on June 4, 2013.

You may preview this supplement, as well as others that were previously published. We have student supplements on a variety of topics for all grade levels. READ MORE

Water Spots Video Contest Winners

The Water Spots Video Contest encouraged students in grades 912 to create 30second public service announcement videos on checking sprinkler systems every month for waterwasting problems and making repairs within 48 hours. All of the winners and finalists saw their videos premiere on the Raley Field Jumbotron before the Sacramento River Cats game on May 5, 2013. READ MORE

The Upper Crust: Serving Up A Closer Look at Plate Tectonics

As a kid you learned that Earth has continents. American students are taught there are seven continents: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. Students in other countries are taught there are five or six continents. Which do you think they consider one continent? One thing we can agree upon: long, long ago, there was but one supercontinent called Pangaea. READ MORE


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´╗┐Cape Canaveral Traveller Reviews

This is not Radissons top quality hotel however convenient it is. The facilities are a bit past their prime. The toilet stopped up in one of our partys rooms. Elevators are few and far between even though it is only two stories, there still is the lugging up of suitcases. Staff is efficient and helpful. We had a party of 14 staying here prior to a cruise. Dinner in the adjoining dining room was less than ideal as it took almost 2 hours for some at our table to be served. Our server was very apologetic. They obviously were way understaffed in the kitchen. The shuttle to and from the port is a great bonus.

My wife and i stayed here before and after our cruise. Both reservation we booked the king whirlpool suite. The first night befire the cruise was great. Our room was ready in a timely manner and was spotless. The jacuzzi tub was amazing to have in our room and functioned perfectly. The next morning we were giving free breakfast since it was our honeymoon trip. The food was alright, but not fantastic. We arrived around 10am so our room wasnt yet ready which we expected so it was no big deal. Also the beds in all the rooms are sleep number beds, which we have never experienced till now and they were quite comfortable. The second room was ready when they told us it would be and was spotless as well. Every where we turned a staff member was smiling and greeting us including the housekeepers, which where i am from is very uncommon and asking us if we needed anything. The grounds are beautiful, and very well maintained. The pool is absolutely breathtaking. It has a giant waterfall right in the middle which was fun to swim through. We called the front desk and informedbthem of the issue and an engineer was there within minutes and had the issue resolved promptly. If i am ever back in the cape canaveral area i will definately stay here again.

Hubby and I stayed at the Radisson Resort at the Port in May for 2 nights prior to our cruise. It was our 2nd stay on the property. The staff was very kind and helpful. We loved our room which was a jacuzzi suite. The room was neat, clean and fresh smelling, also in a good location. I personally loved the colors of the hotel, it made me happy and put me in vacation mood! I also like that it is so close to the port because we like to watch the ships sail out the day before. We love cruising out of Port Canaveral, the Radisson will continue to be our home away from home.

Stayed here prior to our cruise. Its a large property with a nice pool and tennis courts. The pool, though large, seemed small for the size of the property. The lobby, restaurant, and poolside bar are large with very friendly staff that understood most families were there awaiting a cruise. The grounds are well kept with lots of tropical plants and foot paths. The room we stayed in was a standard with two double beds. Comfortable mattresses and nice linens. I liked seeing that some rooms had their doors open to a common indoor hallway, while others had doors that opened to an outside walkway. Very nice options after a long day in flight plus the drive from the airport. Also, the hotel is a stop for free shuttles into Cocoa Beach.