This Week in Upper School 4/1-4/5, 2019
Upper School Team
Friday, April 5, 2019
6th Grade students have researched technological developments and inventions of the ancient world, and have put together an Ancient Science Fair to showcase their research. Students created models or demonstrations of ancient technology and prepared presentations to explain the impact these developments had on the ancient world, and continue to have on our world today. VIEW ANCIENT SCIENCE FAIR PHOTOS
JK-Seniors Field day
From our littlest to our largest, our preschool students participated in a field day run by AEC seniors. All enjoyed egg races, sack races, life size Jenga and a challenging obstacle course. With the music pumping and little hearts racing, the AEC community spirit was felt by all of those who participated. The Seniors and the JK students have bonded over the school year doing activities that have brought them closer. The JK students will say goodbye to their Senior friends at the end of the school year with one more activity.
Mensch of the Month for Middle School
Michael Harouni was nominated for always working to do his best and always helping other students observe their faith.
Dotan Barshishat was nominated for always being focused and kind.
Congratulations to the winners of the High School Student Council elections.
Here is a list of your 2019-2020 representatives:
President: Rebecca Winger
Vice President: Zach Murray
Treasurer: Jonah Tecktiel
Historian: Michelle Poura
Secretary: Vanessa Voltz
Spirit Chairs: Sean Atias, Judah Hafter, and Coby Poura
Senior Representative: Tal Hirsh
Junior Representative: Kira Weant
Sophomore Representative: Eden Boldur
Freshman Representative: Will be determined at the beginning of the coming school year.
Communication Arts Presents 2019: A Space Odyssey!
Come celebrate the “out of this world” offerings of the High School Communication Arts classes as they showcase their incredible work. We encourage you to come and enjoy ice cream at “Mission Control” (ART PATIO), after school Thursday April 11, at 3:10pm where you will decide your mission through our gallery “space.” Live music, theater performances, visual art galleries, live interactive art, digital media art displays, and student film offerings will be shared, so come explore the wonderful work our students have worked so hard to create! Some spaces will be reserved for upper school and parents only due to mature content, but there will be plenty of fun for everyone! The mission is yours if you choose it! See you all there! Did I mention ice cream?