Foothills Sentry - February 2024

Foothills Sentry Page 16 February 2024 Join us for the s es re e se of The Jessup nd be the first to tour 2 be utifu decor ted mode homes. Fort extr ordin r townhomes within w king dist nce to ch rming O d Town. Enjo refreshments from C ppuccino M n nd O iebo i Donuts. For det i s visit or text 949.414.8154 Modern Living. Old Town Charm. 17802 Irvine Boulevard Tustin, CA 40 THREE-STORY TOWNHOMES | UP TO 2,017 SQUARE FEET 3-4 BEDROOMS | 3.5 BATHROOMS | ENTRY COURTYARDS* ROOFTOP TERRACES* | TWO-CAR GARAGES STARTING IN THE LOW $1M Model Home Grand Opening February 24 | 10am - 5pm NEW TOWNHOMES FOR SALE IN OLD TOWN TUSTIN Disclaimer: In our continuing effort to improve the design and function of the home through the development process, Tustin 40 Development LLC reserves the right to modify locations, homes, plans, phasing, improvements, materials, finishes, colors, landscaping and amenities without prior notice or obligation. All square footage(s) are approximate. Prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Ownership at The Jessup features automatic membership in the community homeowner(s) association with monthly dues which provide for private streets and common area landscaping maintenance. Tustin 40 Development LLC is a member of the Intracorp family of companies. Every Intracorp community is developed, built, sold and warranted by a separate legal entity. Sales brokerage services provided by Strategic Sales and Marketing Group, Inc. DRE# 01862116. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, disability, or any other protected status under federal, state, or local law. *Rooftop terraces or courtyards are available at select locations. Prospect Ave Prospect Park Prospect Park Prospect Park Prospect Park Irvine Blvd Irvine Blvd Science is the key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe. - Vera Rubin Over 300 students at McPher- son Magnet School, which em- phasizes math, science and tech- nology, participated in its annual science fair. Young scientists from grades six, seven and eight, wearing lab coats or professional attire, stood before their project boards, pre- pared to be interviewed by a min- imum of three volunteer judges, many of whom were professional scientists, and former McPherson students and parents. The young scientists worked Judge Arnold Shugarman gives sixth grade scientist Heidi Simmering feedback about her project. Cameron Hunt, left, and Lilyana Mennigeode, sixth grade, investigat- ed slime mold for their joint project. J.J. Sanchez, sixth grade, presents to former teacher Cheryl Robertson. Scientist Tristan Spanner was pre- pared to present his findings Jackson Tran, seventh grade, waits for a judge. on their chosen hypothesis, docu- menting and analyzing data each week since September, under the tutelage of Elizabeth Conrad, seventh grade science teacher, and Holly Carpenter, sixth and eighth grade science instructor. High scoring students who received top marks from a mini- mum of three judges will go on to compete at the county level at Orange County Science and En- gineering Fair, Mar. 8. Winners from that competition will con- tinue to the state level.