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Sato RULES at Mesa Day 2017

SATO got 1st 2nd and 3rd in 2 events! GO SATO!!!

MESA Day on Saturday, we have the following winners who will move on to Regional Competition at CSULA in April:


Solo Math, 9th Grade:

  • 3rd place - Justin Rohnke (going to regional finals)

Solo Math, 10th Grade

  • 3rd place - Euvin Keel (going to regionals)
  • 2nd place - Edward Khoo (going to regionals)
  • 1st place - Braedon Schmidt (going to regionals)

Mousetrap Car Design:

  • 3rd place, Khelynn Nou & Alexandra Benson
  • 2nd place, Jazmine Ramirez & Eduardo Villegas
  • 1st place, Steve Maldonado

Mousetrap Car Performance:

  • 1st place, Jazmine Ramirez (going to regionals)

Prosthetic Arm, Object Relocation Task:

  • 3rd place - Chris Smith, Bence Kiraly, Nate Fernando


  • 3rd place - Angel Quezada and Ayan Mesiovich

We had 7 students participate last year and 57 students participate this year!!!  Many ribbons were also awarded to Sato students within the competitions.  Congratulations to James Mills and the all of the students who represented us at MESA Day.


Great things are happening here and it is a great day to be a Dragon!!!

Thanks to Chris Smith for the great video!


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'My Best Day in 30 Years as an Educator'


March 02, 2017

Students from the Sato Academy of Mathematics and Science visited fifth graders at 22 elementary schools recently to celebrate National Engineering Week and tackle some hands-on engineering activities.



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As a high school that emphasizes math, science and engineering we are always endeavoring to increase student interactions with professionals in these areas.  If you or someone you know can support the growth of our industry integration and our Work Based Learning experiences please fill out the above survey. 


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Sato Teacher is Educator of Year

Sato Teacher is Educator of Year

Sato Academy of Mathematics and Science teacher Lenny Perez has earned a regional Educator of the Year Award and will advance to the state level of recognition.

Each year the California League of High Schools and California League of Middle Schools recognize 22 educators representing regions throughout California.  Honorees exemplify educational excellence and have made significant efforts to implement elements of educational reform in middle and high schools.

“It feels great, but it’s a little embarrassing to be singled out when it’s such a group effort,” Perez said.  “It validates our work, and I couldn’t have done it without supportive administration and a supportive district.”

Perez is a master teacher for Project Lead the Way, a leading science, technology, engineering and math curriculum.  He advises the Society of Women Engineers chapter at Sato, and has been instrumental in arranging visits to local manufacturers so that students can see engineering principles at work.  He also is arranging visits by Sato engineering students to local elementary schools next month, when students will engage in engineering design activities together.

Sato Academy Principal Mona Merlo nominated Perez, who was then chosen to represent Region 11 as Educator of the Year.  Region 11 includes Los Angeles County cities east of the 110 Freeway and south of the 60 Freeway, excluding Los Angeles Unified and Compton district schools.  Nominees may be teachers, administrators, counselors, or other certificated personnel.

Perez teaches introduction to engineering design, as well as a course on digital electronics.  He will attend a Feb. 24 to 26 state conference in Sacramento, where he will join honorees from the other 10 regions and find out who will be the statewide Educator of the Year.  Learn more at leagueofschools.org.

Mr Lenny Perez Educator of the Year


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Do you need help with homework? 


LBUSD provides help through the Homework Helpline for free.  Students can call the Helpline at (562) 437-2859 Monday through Thursday between 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.  Homework Helpline teachers can also be reached at Homework@lbschools.net.  See the link below for additional information.


The Long Beach Public Library will offer an amnesty program for overdue book fines during the month of April, in celebration of National Library Month. From April 1 to April 30 the library will welcome back its overdue books and waive associated fines. Return any undamaged, overdue library materials to your local Long Beach Public Library location, and your overdue fines will be waived. If you have overdue fines from previously returned materials, donate a new book to the library and those fines will be waived, too.  For more information, visit the Long Beach Public Library in person or online at www.lbpl.org.



Attention sophomores!  If you are interested in taking college courses at the Long Beach City College starting this summer, see the attached Special Invitation handout.  See Mr. Maliwat in the counseling office for additional information.


Youth across the Nation have the opportunity to make a difference and transform the resilience and preparedness of their communities and beyond. Students in 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th grade who have engaged in community services or are interested in emergency preparedness, are encouraged to apply to serve on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Youth Preparedness Council.


Formed in 2012, the Council engages members in local and national emergency preparedness projects. Members are selected to serve two-year terms. Members represent the youth perspective on emergency preparedness and share information with their communities. They also meet with FEMA on a regular basis to provide ongoing input on strategies, initiatives, and projects throughout the duration of their term.


Adults working with youth or emergency management are encouraged to share the application with youth who might be interested in applying. Applicants must submit a completed application form, two letters of recommendation, and academic records.


Applications are due March 31, 2017. For more information and to see the projects current members are working on, visit the Youth Preparedness Council website. To submit an application, visit the application website


UCLA is looking for excellent students as well as students who have the potential to be excellent students to apply to the SMASH Program.

SMASH is geared toward motivated, economically disadvantaged high school students who are interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.


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Applying to Sato

If you need information about applying to Sato Academy, please call the High School Choice Hotline at 562 997-8306 or email at HSChoice@lbschools.net or visit the High School Choice Website

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CONGRATULATIONS future Sato Dragons!

Freshman Family Information Night - Tuesday, May 9th begins at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.

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