We Read in Small Groups

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In 3rd & 4th grade, students are separated into smaller reading groups. For a half hour each day, students will read and discuss a particular novel in these small groups with their respective teacher. In 4th grade, we have reading group support from Mr.Phil and Miss Maritza. Students are able to read level-appropriate material at a suitable pace that efficiently … Read More

We Read in Small Groups

john lundPrimary, StudentsLeave a Comment

In 3rd & 4th grade, students are separated into smaller reading groups. For a half hour each day, students will read and discuss a particular novel in these small groups with their respective teacher. In 4th grade, we have reading group support from Mr.Phil and Miss Maritza. Students are able to read level-appropriate material at a suitable pace that efficiently … Read More

Primary Science Classes Ready for Solar Eclipse

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Science students in primary are getting ready for this Thursday’s partial solar eclipse by making pinhole cameras for viewing the eclipse. Thank you to all the parent volunteers who have assisted in the classroom this week! The solar eclipse will be visible between 4:20 & 5:20 pm; the best time to view is 4:56 p.m.

Primary Science Classes Ready for Solar Eclipse

john lundPrimary, ScienceLeave a Comment

Science students in primary are getting ready for this Thursday’s partial solar eclipse by making pinhole cameras for viewing the eclipse. Thank you to all the parent volunteers who have assisted in the classroom this week! The solar eclipse will be visible between 4:20 & 5:20 pm; the best time to view is 4:56 p.m.

We LOVE Books Day at ASPV Primary

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On Friday, October 10, ASPV’s primary school held “We LOVE Books Day” celebrating the joy of books and reading with an all-day event. Activities included fun classroom reading with guest readers and author Skype chats, book making, reading buddies and a visit to the Dr. Seuss mural reading area. Students had the opportunity to participate in a book swap where … Read More

We LOVE Books Day at ASPV Primary

john lundFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, StudentsLeave a Comment

On Friday, October 10, ASPV’s primary school held “We LOVE Books Day” celebrating the joy of books and reading with an all-day event. Activities included fun classroom reading with guest readers and author Skype chats, book making, reading buddies and a visit to the Dr. Seuss mural reading area. Students had the opportunity to participate in a book swap where … Read More

Author Natasha Wing Visits 2nd Grade via Skype

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On Friday, October 3 author Natasha Wing visited ASPV’s second grade class via Skype, from her home in the United States. Mrs. Wing has written many children’s books including the popular “The Night Before” series. During her Skype call with students the author spoke to them about how and why she became an author. She then read to the class … Read More

Author Natasha Wing Visits 2nd Grade via Skype

john lundPrimary, StudentsLeave a Comment

On Friday, October 3 author Natasha Wing visited ASPV’s second grade class via Skype, from her home in the United States. Mrs. Wing has written many children’s books including the popular “The Night Before” series. During her Skype call with students the author spoke to them about how and why she became an author. She then read to the class … Read More

Fourth & Fifth Graders use the Scientific Method in Lab

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Science students are reviewing and practicing the steps of the scientific method. Students in fourth and fifth grades completed their first science lab of the school year; Saving Sam. Students were responsible for rescuing Sam (a gummy worm) whose boat (a plastic cup) capsized in the ocean. Students were required to work as a team using only paperclips to put … Read More

Fourth & Fifth Graders use the Scientific Method in Lab

john lundPrimary, Science, StudentsLeave a Comment

Science students are reviewing and practicing the steps of the scientific method. Students in fourth and fifth grades completed their first science lab of the school year; Saving Sam. Students were responsible for rescuing Sam (a gummy worm) whose boat (a plastic cup) capsized in the ocean. Students were required to work as a team using only paperclips to put … Read More