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Posted by Lower School Staff on Thursday, June 14, 2018
Lower School (K-5) Math websites to practice skills over the summer: Math Playground For the older child, this website offers fun activities to inspire math interest in the areas of algebra, trigonometry, geometry, angles, percentages, coordinates, and more. Play games and explore topics that relate to real world experiences.   PBS Kids The Cat in the Hat, Curious George, and Clifford are just a few of the popular characters featured on a variety of different games for young children.   Mr... Read More
Posted by Lower School Staff on Friday, May 25, 2018
The 2017 - 2018 school year is at an end; we have so many wonderful memories of friends and learning from a whole year of amazing events, projects, and opportunities. Thank you for partnering with us throughout this successful year of learning and growth.   Watch the End of Year Celebration Shabbat, PLAY VIDEOWe wish you all a wonderful and safe summer. We are here for you if you need to reach us during the summer.   Thank you for a great year,   Lilach Bluevise and the Leadership Team... Read More
Posted on Friday, May 25, 2018
SUMMER READING IDEAS FOR STUDENTS  (see school website for links to the below programs)   UNLV Summer Reading Programs  Collaborative Summer Library Programs   iRead Reading and Activity Logs Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge Las Vegas Clark County Libraries  On Summer Reading, Webcast from American Library Association and Johns Hopkins University  Barnes and Noble Summer Reading American Library Association suggestions  Summer Reading Ideas from Demco  Summer Reading Ideas from... Read More
Posted by Maria Paxinos, Upper School Councelor on Thursday, May 24, 2018
As part of our Summer Safety Webinars, we wanted to discuss the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. It was just about a year ago that we sent out a letter informing you of the powerful first season, based on the book by author Jay Asher. The series revolved around a 17-year old girl who committed suicide and left behind audio recordings for the 13 people whom she says were in some way part of why she killed herself. This series has pronounced themes of bullying, drug use, drinking and driving, and... Read More
Posted by Paula Garret, Chair of Science Department on Thursday, May 24, 2018
This school year, Adelson sixth grade students were involved in a unique shared experience called Two Deserts – One Sky project. This innovative collaboration between Shri Jasnath Asan, an ashram in northwestern India, and environmental educators in southern Nevada, U.S.A. was implemented in fall of 2016. The goal was to connect students, ages 8-12, in the Mojave Desert of southern Nevada with their peers in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan in an effort to promote global environmental education... Read More
Posted by Dan Kelly on Thursday, May 24, 2018
Varsity Baseball  -Heart of a Lion - Mordechai Shirit  -Captain’s Award - Jason Bello  -Coach’s Award - Sam Shain  -MVP - Harrison Clayton Varsity Men’s Swim  -Swimmer of the Year - Ben Khavkin -Most Promising - Krish Madhura  -Most Improved - Ari Klausner  -Captain’s Award - Owen Retzer Varsity Women’s Swim  -Swimmer of the Year - Leemor Aizenberg  -Most Promising - Vanessa Voltz -Most Improved - Elisabeth Kac - Captain’s Award - Rebecca Winger     
Posted by Coach Becky Lamph on Tuesday, May 22, 2018
All 3 of the girls relays medaled:  200 Medley Relay of Elisabeth K, Vanessa V, Leemor A, Rebecca W placed 3rd and broke the school record 200 Free Relay of Vanessa V, Lielle B, Dana B and Rebecca W placed 3rd 400 Free Relay of Rebecca W, Vanessa V, Lielle B and Leemor A placed 4th Swimmer in individual events were:  Rebecca W  200 Free 8th place Leemor A 50 Free 6th place and 100 Fly 5th place bettering her own school record Vanessa V 500 Free 5th place bettering her own school... Read More
Posted by AEC Technology Team on Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Adelson Campus won first place at the Skybot Unmanned Airborne Vehicles (UAV) competition over the weekend, defeating the top technology schools in the Las Vegas Valley. It came down to a final "overtime" round after ten hours of tough competition when AEC Sophomore Kalman was able to make a dramatic last precision landing with only seconds to spare.   WATCH THE FINAL CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND   The final round was flown by Kalman, in a UAV that had only minutes before crashed and broke! Leo was... Read More
Posted by Cheri Garner, Science Specialist K-5 on Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Inspired by the Marie Curie Science challenge, after reading a biography on Jane Goodall and several books about endangered animals, Mila decided to join Jane Goodall's Roots and Shoots group.  This is a global youth program whose mission is to foster respect and compassion for all living things, to promote understanding of all cultures and beliefs, and to inspire each individual to take action to make the world a better place for people, other animals, and the environment.  Mila applied for... Read More
Posted by Lower School Staff on Friday, May 18, 2018
  The end of the school year is a special time.  We reflect on the wonderful memories and achievements of our students and celebrate their success and growth.   This week, we celebrated with our 3’s, who introduced us to their Letterland friends; with our JK who taught us about a healthy lifestyle and healthy eating, and with our 5th graders,  who inspired us in Tikkun Olam and leadership.  Mazal Tov to the students, parents, and teachers for these heartwarming celebrations.   3's Photos... Read More