Congratulations to the 2019 YLHS E-Sports League Of Legends team. The following students were selected this week after five hours of tryouts. Coach Drake had this to say about the selection process:
“I had a VERY difficult time selecting the players. There were a number of qualified players who didn’t make the team would had potential to make the team. That being said, I noticed this group to have the best communication, game-play, adaptability, ranking, and potential. Congratulations to the team and I’m looking forward to working with them after winter break!” First practice will be 3:00pm, January 9th 2019.
Siwen (Sam) Tao at (ADC)
Hengyu (Henry) Shi at (TOP)
Jiatain (Jaden) He at (MID)
Evan Restivo at (JUNGLE)
** Daniel Zhou at (SUPPORT)
Jude Thamm at (ADC)
Aaron Siegler at (TOP)
Derek Hull (MID)
Zeyang (Zach) Xuan (JUNGLE)
** Richard Du (SUPPORT)
** = Daniel and Richard will be rotating as the STARTING Team Support.
YLHS League Of Legends Tryouts will be held on Wednesday, December 19th and 20th from 3-6pm in Room 337. If you are interested in trying out for our team, please visit THIS PAGE and fill out the form on that page before tryouts!
Mr. Eliot and Coach Drake
Hello First and Second period students. Sorry I am not here today. I found about this late in the day yesterday. I am at the District office in a meeting seeking approval for changes to the Mobile App class for next year. I will be back tomorrow.
Please continue to work on your Semester Project. You will not have your phones today, so use Genymotion to preview your projects as you work. There are instructions on Courses.MrEliot.com to help you use Genymotion, or ask a student near you.
Please continue to work on your Rotoscoping assignment which is due Friday. Tomorrow (Wednesday), I will discuss removing ununsed frames, removing the video, and adding sound to the assignment.
Congratulations to the YLHS Fall 2018 Overwatch team. The following students were selected on Wednesday October 3rd after three hours of tryouts. Coach Drake had this to say about the selection process:
“It was hard to choose the list, I’m sure all the kids who didn’t make the team would have been perfectly fun to play with and had potential. That being said, I noticed this group to have the best communication, game-play, adaptability, and potential. Congratulations to the team and I’m looking forward to next week!”
Week 01 Main Team
Week 01 Alternates
If you are a YLHS student, and you’d like to join the YLHS E-Sports Club, click on the image or link below (you must be logged in to your YLHS Google account for this to work):
PS: Article about our E-Sports League: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/budding-scientist/bringing-esports-to-the-land-of-letter-jackets/
As I mentioned in class, I will be helping to interview potential Assistant Principals for YLHS this morning. I should NOT be missing AP Computer Science in the afternoon 5th and 6th periods. Your Guest Teacher for the morning classes is Mr. Womack. Please make him fell welcome here at YLHS.
For my morning students, please do the following while I’m gone:
(1) MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT PERIOD 01: Please finish the Magic 8 Ball assignment while I am gone. There are some NEW THINGS to add to the assignment directions that can be found in the assignment handout. You can find that information by logging in to the courses website using your password. Look for the document in this weeks schedule named “Mobile App Assignment 00“. When I get back tomorrow we will turn Magic 8 Ball in together and start assignment 02!
(2) ANIMATION PROJECTS PERIOD 02: Please finish up the Bouncing Ball Assignment. Please remember to read the directions from last week. Please remember to complete all THREE layers that you need. When I get back tomorrow, we will upload and turn in the Bouncing Ball assignment on the website!
Please complete the Google Form linked below. This will be included in your Class Info Packet Signatures grade, so YES, this counts 🙂
There are 10 questions, and this will take probably 5 minutes. Please do this while I am giving out login stickers to students. You will need to use your PYLUSD Google Account login to do this. This is not anonymous!
The form is found here:
Welcome to the 2018-2019 School year. This is Yorba Linda High School’s 10th anniversary, so you will be part of a special year. If you need to contact me, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I am in the classroom most days at lunch, and most days after school if you need extra help. Just drop by.
A bit about me:
- I went to Magnolia High School in Anaheim CA
- I live in Fullerton with my wife and daughter
- I went to UCI for college, BS in Biology and my teaching credential
- I went to UCR for a supplemental credential in Computer Concepts and Applications
- I went to Azusa Pacific University for my Master’s in Educational Technology
- I have a CTE Credential in the “Information and Communication
Technologies” industry sector
- I became an “MIT App Inventor Master Trainer” this summer, one of 5 in California.
- I am a Google Certified Educator, though my certification is outdated and needs to be renewed
Q: When Will Semester Grades Be Available?
A: Final Grades for all courses will be available on Aeries by Friday, June 15th. It is possible that grades might be available sooner.
Q: Can I Turn In Late Work To Fix My Grade?
A: Until Friday, June 8th at 5:00pm, yes, as long as the assignment is a recent one and shows up on Aeries as a “missing assignment”. All missing/late work after Friday, June 8th at 5:00pm will be a zero grade, cannot be changed, and will not be taken late. On Friday June 8th, at 5:00pm, all websites will be disabled so that uploads will not be taken.
Q: In Mobile App or Animation Projects, I missed a grade by a few points, will you round it up?
A: No, please see the course info packet you signed in September regarding this topic. I have nothing further to add.
Q: In AP Computer Science, I missed a grade by a few points, will you round it up?
A: No, please see the course info packet you signed in September regarding this topic. I would like to point out that I scaled all five quizzes that we took this semester, I provided an Extra Credit project this semester, and I scaled the semester Final exam we took last week. Also, I scaled the Finch Robot assignment to 57 instead of 60. In short, I have provided a number of opportunities for every AP Comp Sci. student to reach the next higher grade if they are close.
Have a great summer, and good luck Seniors with your future!
For students were not able to attend AP Information Night for AP Computer Science A, attached is the handout that I discussed during each 15 minute meeting with students and their parents. If you have any questions or comments, please email me using the PYLUSD email address found in the handout.