Primary News April 29, 2014

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Primary News April 29, 2014 Children’s Day was such a blast! For photos go to: April 28 Please note changes to the school calendar: • There will be classes on Friday, May 2. (Students may come out of uniform.) • Teachers’ Day holiday originally scheduled for Friday will take place on Thursday, May 15. • There will be regular classes … Read More

Reminder

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Parent Reminders Classes at ASPV will resume on Monday, April 28. Please be reminded that the school nurse checks all students for head lice after vacations. To avoid the aggravation of having your child sent home from school, please check them for lice at home and treat them if necessary. See you Monday! Kathy Selitzer Primary School Principal

Reminder

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Parent Reminders Classes at ASPV will resume on Monday, April 28. Please be reminded that the school nurse checks all students for head lice after vacations. To avoid the aggravation of having your child sent home from school, please check them for lice at home and treat them if necessary. See you Monday! Kathy Selitzer Primary School Principal

Primary News April 10, 2014

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Dear Parents, Here are a few reminders for Children’s Day: _Because these are cooperative activities and the children are placed in specific teams, we do not permit visiting children. Exceptions will only be made when permission is sought two weeks in advance of the event. _ For Primary Students should bring: As you may imagine, Friday is expected to be … Read More

Primary News April 10, 2014

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Dear Parents, Here are a few reminders for Children’s Day: _Because these are cooperative activities and the children are placed in specific teams, we do not permit visiting children. Exceptions will only be made when permission is sought two weeks in advance of the event. _ For Primary Students should bring: As you may imagine, Friday is expected to be … Read More

Primary News April 8, 2014

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Primary News April 8, 2014 WOW! Congratulations to Mr. Scyler and Miss Fenton, the cast and crew, and especially the Munchkins for a fantastic production of Wizard of Oz!! For photos of the flag ceremony go to: Flag April 7 The ASPV Children’s Day celebration will take place on Friday, April 11. If you plan to leave for vacation early … Read More

Primary News April 8, 2014

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Primary News April 8, 2014 WOW! Congratulations to Mr. Scyler and Miss Fenton, the cast and crew, and especially the Munchkins for a fantastic production of Wizard of Oz!! For photos of the flag ceremony go to: Flag April 7 The ASPV Children’s Day celebration will take place on Friday, April 11. If you plan to leave for vacation early … Read More

Primary News April 4, 2014

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Primary News Friday, April 04, 2014 If you haven’t seen the Wizard of Oz yet, don’t miss it!! Directed and Choreographed by Ms. Heather Fenton & Mr. Scyler Shearer Performances will be April 4 and 5 at 7:30 pm General Admission $100 pesos / Children under 12 – $50 pesos The price for teachers and Students from our school is … Read More

Primary News April 4, 2014

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Primary News Friday, April 04, 2014 If you haven’t seen the Wizard of Oz yet, don’t miss it!! Directed and Choreographed by Ms. Heather Fenton & Mr. Scyler Shearer Performances will be April 4 and 5 at 7:30 pm General Admission $100 pesos / Children under 12 – $50 pesos The price for teachers and Students from our school is … Read More

High School Weekly Bulletin – April 4, 2014

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ASPV presents “THE WIZARD OF OZ” Directed and Choreographed by Ms. Heather Fenton & Mr. Scyler Shearer Performances will be April 3, 4, 5 at 7:30 pm General Admission $100 pesos / Children under 12 – $50 pesos The price for teachers and Students from our school is $50 pesos. DON’T MISS IT!  The students presented a shortened version of the … Read More