California Wild Assembly

Next week, Nixon will host its 1st Awesome Assembly of the year. This is an exciting event with some surprise guests (hint: they may have spikes, feathers and fur!). See below for a description of what your child will experience, please note the Assembly is during school hours and for students only. 

Thanks to the Nixon PTA for sponsoring the assemblies!

Date: Monday, Sept 16
Assembly: California Wild

WildMind educational programs will bring science and environmental literacy alive next Monday! Our students will learn to think like scientists, appreciate our connectivity with animals, the environment and each other, while having fun learning science!

There will be intriguing animals who will spark our students’ curiosity and increase their knowledge of California’s wonderful natural history. Students will gain insights into the secret lives of the intelligent and ecologically important animals that live around us.

This program is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).  

2019 Family Science Night

Family Science Night logo, designed by a former student

Friday, April 12, 5:30-7:30PM

Nixon Family Science Night is right around the corner — please plan to come and support your Nixon student scientists! In addition to students’ projects, there will be exhibits from Gunn Robotics and Science Alliance. Remember.

Family Science Night is not a competition but a time to share and celebrate science with family and friends!

Need ideas? Check out these resources:

For information about Science Night, click here.

For more information about doing your project and preparing your poster:

If you have questions, or would like to help with Family Science Night, please contact Jeanne, Elizabeth, Devi, or Juliet.

See you at Science Night!

2019 Info Science & Engineering Night

information science & engineering night banner

Bring the whole family for an evening of fun and learning at a one of a kind Nixon event: Information Science & Engineering Night!

After 10 weeks of studying communication, measurement, and representation of “information”, Stanford students from the Information Theory Class, taught by Nixon parent Dr. Tsachy Weismann, will share their findings with the Nixon community through interactive games, performances, activites, and more! Come to explore the beauty and utility of information science and engineering, in a way that is fun for the entire family.

Saturday, March 16th 5:30-7:30PM at Nixon

Registration is REQUIRED— follow this link http://bit.ly/ISENight

Concessions will be provided by the 5th grade.