On October 16, students, parents, faculty, staff and the Mustang dedicated their time (and feet!) to help raise funds for a charitable organization through our 20th annual community Fun Run. We believe that by infusing philanthropy into our community activities we can embody our core values and purposefully engage with our strategic priorities, especially our mission to empower our students to make a difference.
Hawaiian musician Ben Ahn recently made a return visit to ASIJ and spent a week working with our elementary school music teachers and their classes. Ben taught students the art of ukulele and gave a special community performance as part of Spirit Week. Karolee Kent (elementary school teacher) writes on Ben Ahn’s visit. Continue reading
Middle school teacher Mark Burpee details a new program focused on building iOS apps, showcases some student work and congratulates the recent winners of MobileMakersEdu Build Your Own App Contest. Continue reading
In September, ASIJ celebrates homecoming with a week of community-building activities. The flurry of activities culminates in Spirit Day—a day dedicated to cheering on the Mustangs sports teams, playing games, student booths, eating delicious food and, for the second year running, sumo! Although the weather was uncooperative, the rain did not wash away our students’, parents’, faculty and friends’ Mustang Spirit, as we witnessed an amazing turnout. Continue reading
Elementary school teachers Lindsay Reynolds and Mindy Coon present The Jungle Book Kids, a third, fourth and fifth-grade student musical production. Continue reading