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Trash to Fighting Fires: ABLE Day at Yucaipa High School Applies Mathematics to Today’s Careers

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Helping You and Your Students

The Alliance for Education, through its ABLE program, brought four distinguished speakers to Yucaipa High School to teach students how mathematics applies to their future careers. The half day event filled with interactive presentations allowed students to learn about and be inspired by:

  • "Fighting Fires With Algebra" by Firefighter Tom Rubio
  • "Hold Me Back: Volume and Dimensional Analysis" by Caltrans Construction Lead Jerry De Santos
  • "Who Wants to Be a Trash Man: Graphing" by Compliance Auditor David Fisher
  • "Surveyor Math: Pythagorean Theorem" by Surveyor Duane Friel

"Real world application of Algebra is not something our students are not regularly exposed to. ABLE Day gave our students an understanding of how mathematics can help you achieve a successful, high-paying — and fun! — career." Yucaipa High School Assistant Principal Christina Pierce

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We would love to bring ABLE Day to your school, and we aren't limited to just Algebra! Contact us and we will work with you to bring ABLE Day to your school.