AEA News

Einstein’s Birthday ~ Week Long Celebration

AEA will celebrate Albert Einstein’s birthday the week of March 13 to 17.  Throughout the week, we will be selling silicon wristbands in a variety of cool colors the kids will love, inscribed with inspirational messages, for $1 each.  All proceeds go to the EPO. Then on Friday, March 17, scholars are invited to dress […]

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Donate Your AEA Uniform Clothing

You can now donate to the school without spending any time or money! Are you paying attention now? All it takes is setting aside those school clothes your kids keep growing out of. The EPO is collecting all the old school clothes your kids have outgrown or just don’t like to wear.  The clothes will […]

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Kinder through 2nd Grade Visit Kidspace

Our kindergartners through 2nd graders visited Kidspace in Pasadena for a fun filled day of exploration and learning.  Funded by the EPO, this field trip allowed scholars to explore a variety of hands on exhibits.  Kidspace is a children’s museum whose mission is to inspire children to learn and grow, equip parents and teachers, and […]

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February Teacher Luncheon

Please join the EPO in hosting its next Teacher/Staff Appreciation Lunch Thursday, February 23rd at noon in the teacher’s lounge.  We will be doing “Soup and Salad” to provide lunch for our AEA hard-working teachers and staff.  It’s our way of saying “Thank you for helping our kids grow!” Click here to sign up to […]

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March 2 ~ Read Across America Celebration

Thursday March 2 is Dr. Seuss’ birthday and designated as Read Across America Day by the NEA. In celebration of this day and to promote a love of reading, we will be celebrating by having guest readers in the classrooms.  In addition, scholars are encouraged to dress like their favorite Dr. Seuss character.  

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American History Comes to Life ~ Walk Through the American Revolution

Students traditionally learn about US History in the 5th grade.  History came to life for them in the presentation “Walk Through the American Revolution.” This dynamic program has students exploring the famous events, historical figures, and relevant vocabulary of this pivotal point in America’s history. Through dramatic activities, students “become” famous men and women of […]

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Principal’s Message ~ February 2017

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AEA Celebrates the 100th Day of School

On January 27, AEA celebrated the 100th Day of School by inviting teachers, staff, and scholars to dress like they were 100 years old.  Many got involved and showed great creativity.  AEA Pride! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]  

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Parents Support and Generosity Are Felt Across the Campus

You may have noticed that our EPO spends a lot of time asking for help and money.  We are proud of its efforts and the support we enjoy from parents and the community. Below is a partial list of all the things the EPO has been able to do this year because of YOUR generosity.  […]

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Purchase Your Scholar’s Yearbook Before It’s Too Late

We are excited to once again be partnering with TreeRing.com for our yearbook. TreeRing offers a beautiful product!  Not only that, but every yearbook includes two pages that you can personalize for your own student.  That means that you can add in photos and notes that capture your own special memories. Yearbooks are just $25 […]

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