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    AEA ART’S DAY

    March 30th, 2017, AEA will host “Arts Day” for all students grades 4-12. During Arts Day, students will be immersed in different activities surrounding the arts, including dance, music, visual art, and fine art. Students will work collaboratively with other students throughout the day, learning about and practicing different aspects of the arts. Arts Day […]

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    AEA READS!

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    Know! To Recognize & Respond to Bullying

    October is National Bullying Prevention Month; an opportunity to bring awareness to an issue that is negatively impacting children and families nationwide. Bullying touches the lives of at least one out of every four children in the U.S. In this year alone, approximately 13 million youth from preschool to high school will experience it. Yet, […]

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    Know! Family Support for Prevention Research Institute has identified 40 Development Assets for adolescents; a specific set of skills, experiences, relationships and behaviors that help young people flourish and mature into successful and contributing adults. Studies of more than five million children of all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds consistently show that the more developmental assets […]

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    Middle School Dating. I can’t believe it!

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    Know! E-Cigs, Vape Pens, and Throat Hits – Oh My!

    Know! E-Cigs, Vape Pens, and Throat Hits – Oh My! You have more than likely talked countless times with your child about the dangers of smoking cigarettes, and the importance of steering clear of them – and that’s great because teens seem to be getting it. But while teen smoking has steadily declined, teen vaping […]

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    Summer Freedom and its Challenges

    Summer Freedom and its CHALLENGES !!! The official Fourth of July holiday may have come and gone, but for those of us with tweens/teens, talk of independence and freedom continues on. It is normal and healthy for adolescents to seek increased independence as they grow and develop. It is also normal for parents to have […]

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    AEA Prom was a blast!

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    AEA’s Contemporary Issues Class Examines The Historical Origins and Development of Racism

    AEA’s contemporary issues class researched and reported on The Historical Origins and Development of Racism. We learned: Racism and ethnic discrimination in the United States has been a major issue since the colonial era and the slave era. Legally or socially sanctioned privileges and rights were given to White Americans that were not granted to […]

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    Why Spanish?

    During the high school Spanish 1, 2 and 3 classes, we follow the state standards as they are addressed through FUEL online and Ven conmigo. Regalia from countries are used as well as supplemental materials. Writing, listening and speaking skills are taught, practiced and improved upon daily. The classes do not sit and do worksheets […]

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