AEA News

Teacher Luncheon ~ May 4

This month we would like to offer a PICNIC to our teachers on a rather long day, but one that we all look forward to…Open House!  Let’s all gather together some goodies for our teachers so they can have a delightful picnic style lunch and re-energize themselves for the fun evening ahead. Click here to sign up to bring a […]

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Jack’s Angels, Run at the Rocks ~ Enter The Race or Earn Community Service

AEA parent, Janet Demeter heads the Jack’s Angels Foundation.  Jack’s Angels is committed to advocating and spreading awareness in support of research for diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) Kids!  DIPG is one of the leading causes of cancer-related death in children and one of the least-funded areas of cancer research. It’s responsible for roughly 80% […]

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Adult Photography Class Offered

Professional photographer and AEA Parent, Raelyn Elizabeth is offering a fantastic opportunity for you to learn how to operate your DSLR camera.  Don’t miss this opportunity to make the most of your camera and learn to take great pictures, and support AEA at the same time.  Text Raelyn today to sign up.  

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April 29 ~ Mother/Son Event at Ice Station

This year’s Mother/Son event will be Saturday, April 29. Click here to sign up for this special chance for moms and sons to spend some quality time together.

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Carla Wolter Named Shining Star for 2016-2017 School Year

At our recent ESquared event, an Evening in New Orleans, our EPO congratulated AEA parent, Carla Wolter as a Shining Star.  This award is presented to a parent or parents that have contributed greatly to AEA and Carla is very deserving of the award. Carla and Marc Wolter are parents of two children at the […]

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2nd Einstein Event Provides Fun and Profitable Evening for AEA

On March 18, 2017, faculty, parents, and community members gathered at Robinsons Ranch for an Evening in New Orleans.  This marked the 2nd joint fundraising event for the Agua Dulce and Santa Clarita elementary campuses.  Headed up by Marcie Simpson and Tricia Kim of the Santa Clarita campus, this event brought together volunteers from both […]

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This Just In….Start Date For 2017/2018 School Year Is August 14th

Please mark your calendars!  The start date for the 2017-2018 school year will be Monday, August 14th.

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Kinder Lesson Combines Geometry, Art, English, and Critical Thinking

In a fine example of cross-subject instruction, our Kindergarten teacher finished off a math component with a hands on project.  Parent volunteers and scholars wrapped up their math lesson on geometry by doing some building!  This project brought together teamwork, critical thinking, and planning, as well as math, art, vocabulary and spelling. First, students planned […]

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History Revisited by 5th and 6th Graders

Our 5th and 6th grade scholars recently visited the Ronald Reagan Library and Discovery Center.  This amazing trip included an immersive, educational experience designed to inspire the next generation of student leaders.  Students had the opportunity to role play in a realistic, interactive environment when they reenacted the military action taken on the island of […]

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2nd and 3rd Grades Discover the Discovery Cube

AEA’s 2nd and 3rd graders recently enjoyed a field trip to the Discovery Cube.  The Discovery Cube Foundation offers early childhood education to STEM proficiency, healthy living to environmental stewardship, these initiatives go to the heart of the Foundation’s mission as an entity of inspiration, education, and transformation. the day included grade-specific activity booklets, hands-on […]

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