For the third year we are sending out our Communications Survey - this tool is invaluable for helping our Communications Office grow and improve! Let us know what is useful, and where we can improve serving your needs. The 2017 survey helped us launch the invaluable weekly “Key Dates” email and the 2018 survey results indicated the need for a dedicated “Preschool Pages” email which launched in the fall of 2018.
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As you embark on Spring Break, for those of you who like to plan ahead for Spring Break 2020, (and any other school holidays) please take a look at our 2019-2020 Calendar listing all school closures for the coming year.
New to ASE this session! Are you an avid performer who's interested in expanding your skills and pushing the boundaries of your imagination? Have you always wanted to be a performer, but been worried about learning all of those pesky lines? In Improv class, experienced students and newcomers will learn the basics of improv comedy, where every scene is created right there on the spot. Improv is great for improving creative thinking, whether you're a budding comedian, actor, singer, or you looking to brush up your public speaking skills! The final day of class will be a showcase for friends and family. Click here to register.
On Thursday, Representative Ted Lieu visited campus to launch the St. James’ Civil Society Institute. Congressman Lieu told his life story from his roots as an immigrant in Ohio to his days in the Air Force all the way to the halls of the US Capitol. Through his conversations about democracy with our sixth graders, to the nature of truth-telling in his read aloud with our Kindergarten students, Congressman Lieu helped to lay the groundwork of the Civil Society Institute. Future events and talks with speakers like Congressman Lieu will strengthen and deepen the understanding among our young people around citizenship and how to conduct ourselves in a well functioning republic.