Complex designs in which each device works in sequence creating a domino effect
Brain Games was a fun day for our students to work in mixed age teams to try and complete a series of challenges.
Grade 2 is finishing up bimester 2 with a fun project that demonstrates their knowledge of expository text.
1st grade students learned how to make sugar crystals in Science class with Ms. Farrel-Uber. This project was as a way to discuss winter and to continue learning about the Earth’s seasons. The project involved several challenges, like heating their mixture on a stove.
A team of ASPV students participated in the Strategy Tec Motors challenge, which consisted in designing lego vehicles in the least time possible.
We are hitting the ground running with new DIrectors, Principals, and more!
ASPV celebrated our graduation of Primary, Middle and High School. Ours was an event filled with emotions and reminiscing. With words from our Valedictorians, and the keynote from our alumnus, now father at our school, Mr. Jorge Villanueva. We presented diplomas and a Presidential Awards for outstanding service and achievement. Congratulations to all our graduates! [embedyt] https://youtu.be/YDyIU-lRbLY[/embedyt]
Each year in June, the students of pre-first visit their ‘soon-to-be’ Science classroom for the first time. The sixth grade students prepare activities which help the younger students learn about their new teacher, Miss Jen, and class. This year students practiced measuring liquids and distances, made observations under a microscope and a magnifying glass, and weighed different objects with a … Read More
The American School of Puerto Vallarta celebrated Miss Kathy and Mr. Selitzer’s time at our school, as our founders and wonderful leaders over the past 30 years. Miss Kathy has been the Elementary Principal for 16 years and Jerry has been our General Director since the foundation of ASPV in 1986. We want to thank everyone who came for … Read More
Miss Farrel-Uber’s sixth grade students presented their Science Expositions, which represent an experiment they selected in order to learn more about how our brains work, by using the Scientific Method to guide the process. Their display boards and the materials used were mostly recycled or reused products; modeling the importance of our own ecological footprint. Their results were showcased to … Read More