Students are now entering the core of our first semester. Our teachers have been able to get to know their students, now understand their strengths and areas of improvement, and know the goal the student has selected. Relationships have been built through Discover Ecuador and the opportunities created through the life of the school. Now is the time to ensure your child is working well at home to prepare for the next day’s classes and working ahead so that larger projects are completed on time and to the best of their abilities. If you have concerns about any class or would like to better understand the class direction, please schedule a meeting directly with the teacher through Ms. Monica Jacome.
Thank you PTSA and Fun Run Participants! We had a great day and many HS students volunteered their time to assist with the day’s activities.
Varsity at Home on Monday and Thursday
Varsity Away at Menor on Tuesday
JV Away on Monday and Thursday
JV Home on Tuesday
We are adapting our practices to ensure our students are "sun safe" at all times. For this reason, we would ask that you please ensure your child has a hat at school. For younger grades, use of sunscreen and hats are standard practice. We would highly recommend that this practice is adopted by all students and that parents ensure all students have a hat to wear at school. For those students who change into Physical Education (PE) clothes, please ensure that students have a long sleeved cotton shirt or UV protective for practice and PE classes.
Starting this month, we are collaborating across all divisions of AC to focus on one of the IB Learner Attributes each month. During October our theme will be Open-mindedness. During our Global Citizenship time our mentor teachers will be engaging students in discussions and activities about open-mindedness, crossing social boundaries, and collaborating with differently-abled peers through Special Olympics. 9th graders will also be assessing their personal strengths in order to begin thinking about their college and career interests. You can support your students at home by engaging them in dinner table conversations about these topics.
The 6:00 p.m. bus is only available for registered bus users, and the bus is not a door-to-door bus but rather a central drop-off point that is considered safe, such as inside a gated community or a public place with security. Any change in transportation for a planned or unplanned activity needs a permission request through the Transportation Change Form (excluding planned sports games, on or off campus).
For 12th Grade Students who are United States Citizens, it is highly recommended that you fill out the FAFSA as soon as you can after October 1st to ensure that you do not miss out on available federal aid. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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