Manos de Amor, ASPV students for a day

john lundScience, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

A group of ten kids from the Manos de Amor orphanage of Bucerías, between the ages of 10 and 12, visited our school for a day to learn about science and technology through classes taught by our own high-schoolers. This is our second time hosting them, with the hopes to inspire them to pursue an education, specially in these areas … Read More

Manos de Amor, ASPV students for a day

Amanda GonzalezScience, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

A group of ten kids from the Manos de Amor orphanage of Bucerías, between the ages of 10 and 12, visited our school for a day to learn about science and technology through classes taught by our own high-schoolers. This is our second time hosting them, with the hopes to inspire them to pursue an education, specially in these areas … Read More

100 days of Pre-first

Amanda GonzalezPrimary, Science, StudentsLeave a Comment

Pre-first celebrated their first 100 days of school by making a counting party which included making snack bags with 100 items in them, crafting 100 day celebratory hats, drawing a portrait of what we will look like when we are a hundred years old, and much more, led by Miss Ryann. Learning to count is reason for celebration at ASPV!

100 days of Pre-first

john lundPrimary, Science, StudentsLeave a Comment

Pre-first celebrated their first 100 days of school by making a counting party which included making snack bags with 100 items in them, crafting 100 day celebratory hats, drawing a portrait of what we will look like when we are a hundred years old, and much more, led by Miss Ryann. Learning to count is reason for celebration at ASPV!

Museum of Wax

Amanda GonzalezPrimary, Science, Students, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

This 5th grade project is a Wax Museum in which students researched a famous character from both the American and Mexican Revolutions, wrote a biography about each of them, and became the characters by dressing up and learning key facts about their lives and plights. This cross-curricular unit featured their Mexican work in Spanish, with Miss Laura, and their American … Read More

Museum of Wax

john lundPrimary, Science, Students, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

This 5th grade project is a Wax Museum in which students researched a famous character from both the American and Mexican Revolutions, wrote a biography about each of them, and became the characters by dressing up and learning key facts about their lives and plights. This cross-curricular unit featured their Mexican work in Spanish, with Miss Laura, and their American … Read More

First and second learn about urban and rural communities

Amanda GonzalezPrimary, Science, StudentsLeave a Comment

Grade 1 and 2 went on a field trip to Rancho Los Pinos with their Spanish teacher, Miss Fidela, and English teacher, Miss Maritza.  Both classes were learning about different types of communities, in particular urban (city) and rural (country). The classes took the trip to observe the different types of plants and animals that are found in a rural … Read More

Learning about the planets

Amanda GonzalezPrimary, Science, StudentsLeave a Comment

Our pre-first students are learning about planets in their Spanish class with Miss Silvia, and in their computer class with Miss Karela they are putting together individual Power Point presentations that include both images and text. With this process, the students are not only strengthening the knowledge gleaned in Spanish about the planets and improving their reading and writing skills, but … Read More

Learning about the planets

john lundPrimary, Science, StudentsLeave a Comment

Our pre-first students are learning about planets in their Spanish class with Miss Silvia, and in their computer class with Miss Karela they are putting together individual Power Point presentations that include both images and text. With this process, the students are not only strengthening the knowledge gleaned in Spanish about the planets and improving their reading and writing skills, but … Read More