Students Learn How Newspapers are Made

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Recently students in Mrs. Rocio Gomez’s third grade class at ASPV took a field trip to “La Tribuna” to give students an insight into the production of the newspaper. Students were welcomed to the newspaper facilities by chief designer Cynthia Andrade. Students prepared a brief article (as they have in previous years) to be published in the “Tribunita,” the children’s … Read More

The ASPV Brain Games!!

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Thursday, March 27, 2014 This year, the ASPV Science teachers have created a new school-wide event, we hope you will enjoy. This year’s ‘Brain Games’ will incorporate the components of the scientific method along with elements of critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and imagination; in a field-day like format. This new event is reflective of what is happening at top … Read More

The ASPV Brain Games!!

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

Thursday, March 27, 2014 This year, the ASPV Science teachers have created a new school-wide event, we hope you will enjoy. This year’s ‘Brain Games’ will incorporate the components of the scientific method along with elements of critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and imagination; in a field-day like format. This new event is reflective of what is happening at top … Read More

Great Game Between Sharks and Owls…

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To have a winning end-result in an athletic competition is a shared outcome that students, parents and coaches want. We feel that just as important is the opportunity to share healthy athletic experiences with other educational institutions. Moreover, it is also the opportunity to instill, live out and promote good sportsmanship to all students. Sharks 4 – 1 Owls Congratulations … Read More

Great Game Between Sharks and Owls…

john lundPrimary, Sports, StudentsLeave a Comment

To have a winning end-result in an athletic competition is a shared outcome that students, parents and coaches want. We feel that just as important is the opportunity to share healthy athletic experiences with other educational institutions. Moreover, it is also the opportunity to instill, live out and promote good sportsmanship to all students. Sharks 4 – 1 Owls Congratulations … Read More

ASPV Rocks Math Counts Guadalajara!

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ASPV students had great success at the Math Counts competition in Guadalajara. Students competed against 105 students from 7 schools. All of our students worked hard and did their best. Here are the titles brought home: Relay Race 2nd place Team Competition Each school brought 4 teams. ASPV was the only school where all 4 teams placed in the top … Read More

ASPV Rocks Math Counts Guadalajara!

john lundPrimary, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

ASPV students had great success at the Math Counts competition in Guadalajara. Students competed against 105 students from 7 schools. All of our students worked hard and did their best. Here are the titles brought home: Relay Race 2nd place Team Competition Each school brought 4 teams. ASPV was the only school where all 4 teams placed in the top … Read More

5th Grade Celebrates Cultural Diversity

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In a recent Geography unit with the objective to celebrate cultural diversity around the world, as well as on our campus, fifth grade students at the American School developed different displays about cultures around the world. All ASPV students had the opportunity to learn about culture, music and even taste some international cuisines from student developed displays on exhibit in … Read More

5th Grade Celebrates Cultural Diversity

john lundFaculty & Staff, Primary, StudentsLeave a Comment

In a recent Geography unit with the objective to celebrate cultural diversity around the world, as well as on our campus, fifth grade students at the American School developed different displays about cultures around the world. All ASPV students had the opportunity to learn about culture, music and even taste some international cuisines from student developed displays on exhibit in … Read More

5th & 6th Grade Go Whale Watching

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The grade 5 and 6 classes were invited to spend the day on the Ally Cat catamaran for a whale watching tour. Ally, a grade 6 student, and her family invited the group out for the day, and it was perfect timing as the classes have recently been studying oceans and tides in science. The Ally Cat left from the … Read More