High School Weekly Bulletin – Feb 28, 2014

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This year the Student Expo will be replaced with a new school-wide event called “The Brain Games. This will be a cooperative competition in imaginative problem solving that will be held on Thursday, March 27th, 2014 from 8:30am to 12:30pm   This year’s ‘Brain Games’ will incorporate the components of the scientific method along with elements of critical thinking, problem solving, … Read More

High School Weekly Bulletin – Feb 28, 2014

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This year the Student Expo will be replaced with a new school-wide event called “The Brain Games. This will be a cooperative competition in imaginative problem solving that will be held on Thursday, March 27th, 2014 from 8:30am to 12:30pm   This year’s ‘Brain Games’ will incorporate the components of the scientific method along with elements of critical thinking, problem solving, … Read More

More Than a Novel for 8th Grade Class

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ASPV’s eighth grade class recently took a field trip to Acuatica pool to work with Laura Brown, a physiotherapist from the UK. Mrs. Brown works with children with a wide range of physical and mental disabilities using a technique called “Halliwick” and other general water therapy approaches. Students have been reading novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the … Read More

More Than a Novel for 8th Grade Class

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ASPV’s eighth grade class recently took a field trip to Acuatica pool to work with Laura Brown, a physiotherapist from the UK. Mrs. Brown works with children with a wide range of physical and mental disabilities using a technique called “Halliwick” and other general water therapy approaches. Students have been reading novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the … Read More

Primary News February 25, 2014

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Primary News February 25, 2014 This year the Science Fair will be replaced this year with a cooperative competition in imaginative problem solving. Parents are invited to attend but will not be asked to “help out”. Don’t worry, there is nothing to prepare at home. For photos of the flag ceremony go to: February 24 There has been a lot … Read More

Primary News February 25, 2014

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Primary News February 25, 2014 This year the Science Fair will be replaced this year with a cooperative competition in imaginative problem solving. Parents are invited to attend but will not be asked to “help out”. Don’t worry, there is nothing to prepare at home. For photos of the flag ceremony go to: February 24 There has been a lot … Read More

Great Game Between Sharks and Owls…

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To have a winning end-result in an athletic competition is a shared outcome that students, parents and coaches want. We feel that just as important is the opportunity to share healthy athletic experiences with other educational institutions. Moreover, it is also the opportunity to instill, live out and promote good sportsmanship to all students. Sharks 4 – 1 Owls Congratulations … Read More

Great Game Between Sharks and Owls…

aromeroPrimary, Sports, StudentsLeave a Comment

To have a winning end-result in an athletic competition is a shared outcome that students, parents and coaches want. We feel that just as important is the opportunity to share healthy athletic experiences with other educational institutions. Moreover, it is also the opportunity to instill, live out and promote good sportsmanship to all students. Sharks 4 – 1 Owls Congratulations … Read More

ASPV Rocks Math Counts Guadalajara!

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ASPV students had great success at the Math Counts competition in Guadalajara. Students competed against 105 students from 7 schools. All of our students worked hard and did their best. Here are the titles brought home: Relay Race 2nd place Team Competition Each school brought 4 teams. ASPV was the only school where all 4 teams placed in the top … Read More

ASPV Rocks Math Counts Guadalajara!

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ASPV students had great success at the Math Counts competition in Guadalajara. Students competed against 105 students from 7 schools. All of our students worked hard and did their best. Here are the titles brought home: Relay Race 2nd place Team Competition Each school brought 4 teams. ASPV was the only school where all 4 teams placed in the top … Read More