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Alameda Community Learning Center’s (ACLC) engineering design and graphics students Winnie Zhou, Megan Lam, Sandy Evsanaa, Henry Zhu and Zobeir Hamid took home the first-place prize for their bridge design in the Engineering Alliance for the Arts (EAA) competition held on April 26 in San Francisco. 

The winning entry, “Soaring High,” is a cable-stayed bridge with counter-balanced support towers and an S-curved deck. The judges praised the project for its simple elegance, strength and beautiful design.

The Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) has tapped Alameda High School (AHS) math teacher Michael Lamb as its “Teacher of the Year.” 
Lamb, 48, has been teaching at AHS for 21 years. The district recognized him for  his deep commitment to students, his awareness of what each individual student was doing and the unobtrusive manner in which he was able to monitor and provide help where it was needed.

The first two rounds are in the books at the 87th Annual Alameda Commuter’s golf tournament and the big story of the weekend was Alameda High School senior David Na. 

The Alameda High School (AHS) class of 2014 Grad Night committee is hosting a wine tasting fundraiser on Sunday, May 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wine and Waffles, 1505 Park St. 

The wine tasting will cost $10 for two glasses and feature wines from R&B Cellars and other selections from Wine & Waffles. There will also be a raffle drawing. Parents can enter to win one of several prizes including cash prizes of $250 and $100; four front row seats to the June 13 AHS graduation, gift certificates to local restaurants and more.  

More than 40 fourth- and fifth-grade students from Amelia Earhart Elementary School competed for the second year in the Destination Imagination (DI) regional tournament. The school’s PTA sponsored seven teams and four of those teams went onto the state tournament; one has been selected to compete in the Global Challenge in Knoxville, Tenn. from May 24 to 27. Parent volunteers co-managed the teams and prepared the students for the tournaments. “What I learned from DI is that we can imagine anything together,” said fourth-grader Maylee Witte.

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