Our Spring Musical Production “The Wizard of Oz” will be held on Thursday, April the 3rd Friday the 4th and Saturday the 5th in the school’s theater at 7:30 pm.
Students participating with lead roles range from grade 5 through 12.
Join Dorothy and her little dog, Toto, on their musical journey down the yellow brick road!
Tickets are available and may be purchased with the school’s cashier.
General Admission $100 MXN / Children under 12 – $50 MXN
3rd Quarter Grades will be available on line in Power School this Tuesday, April 25th.
Report Cards will be sent home on Friday, April 28th and the Honor Roll Ceremony will be held on Monday, April 31st at 12:00 hrs.
New student enrollment has begun. Please make sure your place is saved, parents who need to, may come by and save their children’s place by paying $5,000.- pesos per child. You will then be able to continue payments. If nothing more has been paid by May 31st, the space will be given to a new family. We need to know if you are planning on leaving as soon as possible so we can bring in other interested students.
“The Brain Games will be held this Thursday, March 27th.
This will be a cooperative competition in imaginative problem solving.
All parents are invited to join us in supporting and cheering for the students.
A short awards ceremony for the first place teams will take place at 12:45 and students dismissed at 1:00. We hope you join us and enjoy it.
The high school student council is organizing this year’s prom that will be held on Saturday, March 29th from 8:30 pm to 12:000 am. This year’s theme is “Midnight in Paris”, the attire is formal. The Prom will take place at the school. The price of each ticket is $250 pesos.
Students from grade 7th throught 12th have been invited. We are allowing students to invite one friend outside the school if they want to; however, the ASPV student is responsible for the actions of their friend.
Prom is a school even therefore all school rules apply. There will be no alcohol. Any questions, suggestions or doubts can be answered by the president of Student Council Debora Mestre firstname.lastname@example.org