Free golf after-school lessons for ASPV students

john lundPreschool, Primary, Secondary, Sports, StudentsLeave a Comment

Our own high school student Pattryze Garate, in collaboration with the Marina Vallarta Golf Club, is offering free golf lessons for ASPV students. Pattryze was able to secure sponsorship from the Marina Golf Course, and the support of her golf coach, Mr. David Quiroz. Classes are Tuesdays at 5 pm. Their intention is to make this academy a 1-to-1 learning … Read More

Miss Licia’s 8th grade art students read to their younger peers

Amanda GonzalezArt & Music, Faculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

Our 8th graders each drew a “page” that could go well with the book If, by Sarah Perry. For this project, our art teacher, Miss Licia Rossetti, handed out random words that had to become new and absurd concepts for the students to draw, freestyle. Some of them were: “what if pizza were clouds,” or “what if dinosaurs drove cars”. … Read More

Miss Licia’s 8th grade art students read to their younger peers

john lundArt & Music, Faculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

Our 8th graders each drew a “page” that could go well with the book If, by Sarah Perry. For this project, our art teacher, Miss Licia Rossetti, handed out random words that had to become new and absurd concepts for the students to draw, freestyle. Some of them were: “what if pizza were clouds,” or “what if dinosaurs drove cars”. … Read More

Classes suspended

Amanda GonzalezFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, PTA, Science, Secondary, Sports, Students, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Dear Parents, As you already may know, the National Hurricane Center reports that Hurricane Patricia is moving in from the Pacific Ocean and is expected to approach Mexico’s coast this evening of early tomorrow morning Friday, October 23rd most likely affecting the coasts of Colima, Jalisco, and probably Nayarit.  We would like to let you know that, as of now, … Read More

Classes suspended

john lundFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, PTA, Science, Secondary, Sports, Students, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Dear Parents, As you already may know, the National Hurricane Center reports that Hurricane Patricia is moving in from the Pacific Ocean and is expected to approach Mexico’s coast this evening of early tomorrow morning Friday, October 23rd most likely affecting the coasts of Colima, Jalisco, and probably Nayarit.  We would like to let you know that, as of now, … Read More

Kinder 3 opened its own restaurant

Amanda GonzalezPreschool, StudentsLeave a Comment

With the intention of favoring reading and writing, numeric awareness in daily life settings, and teamwork, our Kinder 3 students created their own restaurant. They first came up with a name for the restaurant; they decided what and how the different tasks would be tackled, such as menus, orders, decoration, money, etc. Once all the details had been thought out, … Read More

Kinder 3 opened its own restaurant

john lundPreschool, StudentsLeave a Comment

With the intention of favoring reading and writing, numeric awareness in daily life settings, and teamwork, our Kinder 3 students created their own restaurant. They first came up with a name for the restaurant; they decided what and how the different tasks would be tackled, such as menus, orders, decoration, money, etc. Once all the details had been thought out, … Read More

Teachers travel to Bogota for the Tri-Association conference

Amanda GonzalezFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, SecondaryLeave a Comment

Last week, four ASPV teachers–Adam Kilner, Mike Heneghan, Rocío Gómez, and Nancy Coates–participated in the Tri-Association’s (American Schools of Latin America) 34th Annual Educators’ Conference, in Bogota, Colombia. Speakers and consultants engaged all of the participants in conversations about practices that promote deep learning and offer relevant learning scenarios for students. In the time between workshops and at any other spare … Read More