Business letter to Scripps Institute of Oceanography
San Diego Unified School District
The School of Science, Connections & Technology
at the Kearny High Educational Complex
7651 Wellington Street, San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 496-8370 X2500 FAX (858) 715-9504
May 24, 2013
Angelina Baroy, Jennifer Vallejo and Angelica Baroy
7651 Wellington Street
San Diego, CA 92111
Re: Invasion of Jellyfish
Scripps Institute of Oceanography,
We are 10th grade students at the School of Science, Connections, and
Technology at Kearny High School. We are a U.S. News & World Report Silver
Medalist school located in Kearny Mesa. We are participating in an award-winning
project called My Green Life. My Green Life is an interdisciplinary project in
which we explore the connections between environmental changes and personal
We are writing to request further information on the impact of Jellyfish into our
environment. As part of our presentation, we need to know more about why they
are growing so fast and why they are a problem to the environment.
Thank you for your time.
Jennifer Vallejo, Angelica, Angelina Baroy
Response from the Scripps Institute of Oceanography:
We recently had an author on jellyfish visit Scripps and here is her interview with KPBS:
Here are some other jellyfish sites with lots of information:
Best regards and good luck with your project,
Assistant Director of Communications
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego
I'm off to new adventures; my last day at Birch Aquarium at Scripps was May 24.
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