Curriculum Night

Our annual Curriculum Night will be held this Thursday August 25th, 2016 from 5 – 7 pm. The Secondary Principal Dr Sutton Jones will address parents in the Secondary School auditorium at 5 pm. The Elementary Principal, Mr Dutcher will speak in the Elementary School Cafeteria at 5.30 pm

Curriculum  night is an opportunity for

 parents and guardians to meet with classroom teachers and  subject specialists to learn about grade level curriculum and expectations for the upcoming school year. We invite you all to attend and look forward to seeing you there

 Dr. Sutton Jones

 Principal

First Ever Alumni Reunion

ASU successfully organized its first Alumni Reunion on  Aug 10th, 2016. ASU is delighted to announce that we will be hosting an Alumni Reunion on August 10th every year. Don’t miss this chance to catch up with old ASU friends and celebrate your accomplishments. For those who couldn’t make it this year we hope you can make it to the future reunions.

‘Mad Scientists’ Share Experiments and Discoveries

Much of the science we do at ASU is inquiry-based, and this year’s Science Fair, on Tuesday, May 31st, gave our young scientists an opportunity to use their critical thinking skills and to share their discoveries.  Students had to plan and present projects aligned with the curriculum.  Students, like professional scientists, used observations, hypotheses, and deductions to make conclusions. The Science Fair was held in conjunction with our final Spirit Day of the year, in which the theme was “Mad Scientists.”

ES Spring Concert Showcases Student Talents in Variety of Songs

This year’s Spring Concert took place on Thursday, May 12th, at 2 PM. Kindergarten students performed a Jungle Dance and sang along to Katy Perry’s song “Roar.” This was followed by Grade 5 students performing dances to “Count on me” and “Fight Song.” Grade 1 students didn’t disappoint with their performances of “Do Re Mi,” “Perfect Together,” and “Beautiful Day!”

The students in Grades 2-4 performed the musical “Let’s Pass It On” by Michael and Jill Gallina. This musical encourages students to pass on good deeds, promoting positive feelings that will, in turn, make the world a happier place. Students from Drama Club wrote the script of the skit, and thus learned about friendship, kindness, and care in more meaningful ways. Also, students from dance club offered a great performance!