This month, Aidan Librarian Nell Stewart shares a book of childhood adventure that explores the various personalities and stories that make up the life of an urban apartment building.
Lower Elementary and Primary families, we know you've been wondering about Aidan's new Lower Elementary teacher for next year - and are so happy to introduce Ms. Pasco! Ms. Pasco is currently teaching in Japan, but we're working on ways for you to get to know her - starting with a letter from her, here.
Chinese in April was full of Brown Bears, who report having seen Upper Elementary students describing where they live and Lower Elementary students reading and creating poetic fans.
From Spanish this month, Senora Lopez reports that Primary children are learning about colors, Elementary children are creating works for display on the Evening of the Arts, and an Aidan alumna who studied Spanish here recently starred in a play at the Gala Hispanic Theater.
In Art this April, we've studied a glass master and worked on self-portraits as we prepare for the Evening of the Arts.
Please support your child's class by participating in the Aidan Fund this year, if you have not already done so.
AIDAN WANTS YOU... to nominate yourself or another great candidate to serve in the PA Leadership next year!
Evening of the Arts is next week! We have a special dinner arrangement, interactive features, and more in store for you this year.
How can parents support their children through the most learning-intensive period of life? Prepare the home environment. Toddler Teacher Iris Williams is here to help.
There's a reason you see so many photos of Aidan children absorbed in their work: they're interested. From Head of School Kevin Clark, ruminations on interest in learning and the Montessori approach.