AEA Photo Album


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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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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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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AEA Scholars Shine at Science Fair

For weeks AEA’s 4th to 6th graders have been researching and working on science experiments in preparation for our 2nd Annual Science Fair.  On February 22, scholars displayed their projects for classmates and proud parents to see. The School Science Fair was put on under the guidance of Fred Largent and Dr. Steinbeck. Projects were […]

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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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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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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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AEA Rockets in Space

AEA 4th, 5th and 6th grade reached for the stars when they launched hand-made bottle rockets into space.  This project based learning experience was part of the physical science lessons and really brought what they learned to life.  Go Rockets!   ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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4th-6th Grade Scholars Visit JPL

On December 7, AEA’s 4th, 5th and 6th graders were treated to an amazing experience of a guided tour at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. Students watching a mesmerizing film about space, visited an interactive museum, and saw the control room and “clean room” where satellites and other things are built before heading into space.  […]

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Veteran’s Day Celebration

On Thursday, November 10, students, staff, parents and community members gathered to celebrate Veteran’s Day.  Guest speakers Fred Largent, our coach and Science guru and Jim Hall, a local resident shared stories of their military experience.  Yellow stars were hung to remember those who have served.  We are proud to have given our scholars a […]

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