Secondary Science Blog is Up and Running

john lundScience, SecondaryLeave a Comment

ASPV secondary science classes have started a blog called “Science in the News” highlighting articles that relate to science and technology. Posts are written by students on a weekly basis under the guidance of science department head, Mr. Adam Kilner. This week’s posts are on the ebola virus epidemic, a bubble powered speed machine and a girl with three biological … Read More

Secondary Science Blog is Up and Running

egarciaScience, SecondaryLeave a Comment

ASPV secondary science classes have started a blog called “Science in the News” highlighting articles that relate to science and technology. Posts are written by students on a weekly basis under the guidance of science department head, Mr. Adam Kilner. This week’s posts are on the ebola virus epidemic, a bubble powered speed machine and a girl with three biological … Read More

Welcome staff!

john lundFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary1 Comment

We would like to welcome all staff members to our beautiful campus and the new 2014-15 school year. We are excited to get going with new and renewed goals. Tomorrow is the first day of school, wishing everybody a great school year!!

Welcome staff!

egarciaFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary1 Comment

We would like to welcome all staff members to our beautiful campus and the new 2014-15 school year. We are excited to get going with new and renewed goals. Tomorrow is the first day of school, wishing everybody a great school year!!

PTA’s “Make Your Mark” project complete!

john lundAlumni, Art & Music, Faculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, PTA, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

WOW!! Congratulations and a HUGE thank you to our PTA for completing the “Make Your Mark” beautification project over the summer. The ASPV community and visitors will now be able to admire the colorful mosaic on the outer wall of the secondary office. All the tiles are original designs hand painted and fired in the ASPV art department kiln by … Read More

PTA’s “Make Your Mark” project complete!

egarciaAlumni, Art & Music, Faculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, PTA, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

WOW!! Congratulations and a HUGE thank you to our PTA for completing the “Make Your Mark” beautification project over the summer. The ASPV community and visitors will now be able to admire the colorful mosaic on the outer wall of the secondary office. All the tiles are original designs hand painted and fired in the ASPV art department kiln by … Read More

First Graders Meet Science Buddies

egarciaPrimary, Science, SecondaryLeave a Comment

This week the first grade Science students were introduced to their future Science Buddies! As an introduction, the eighth grade students taught them about how the human heart works by building a working model showing the flow of blood. Next year, as second and ninth graders, the students will work with their Science Buddies each month. The ninth grade students … Read More

First Graders Meet Science Buddies

john lundPrimary, Science, SecondaryLeave a Comment

This week the first grade Science students were introduced to their future Science Buddies! As an introduction, the eighth grade students taught them about how the human heart works by building a working model showing the flow of blood. Next year, as second and ninth graders, the students will work with their Science Buddies each month. The ninth grade students … Read More

Lisa Schalla Recipient of the Seashore Graduate Fellowship

egarciaFaculty & Staff, Secondary, Students3 Comments

Lisa Schalla is the 2014 recipient of the Seashore Graduate Fellowship awarded by the College of Education and Human Development of the University of Minnesota to a doctoral student whose interests “focus on issues of broad social inquiry problems, social and cultural change, or social justice.” Lisa’s research interests are in the family-school relationship, cultural-historical activity theory and home literacy … Read More

Lisa Schalla Recipient of the Seashore Graduate Fellowship

john lundFaculty & Staff, Secondary, Students3 Comments

Lisa Schalla is the 2014 recipient of the Seashore Graduate Fellowship awarded by the College of Education and Human Development of the University of Minnesota to a doctoral student whose interests “focus on issues of broad social inquiry problems, social and cultural change, or social justice.” Lisa’s research interests are in the family-school relationship, cultural-historical activity theory and home literacy … Read More