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    By incorporating creative computing into the Lower Division curriculum, Avenues students will learn to “speak” code and understand why it is an important skill: bit.ly/2oNgXPz
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    On May 3, Avenues 11th- and 12th-grade students are hosting a symposium centered around the question, "What factors have prolonged the Syrian conflict?" All are welcome to the event, which features guest speakers from the United Nations, UNICEF and other organizations. Sign up here: bit.ly/2piOrbD
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Archive for ‘literacy’

The 5th grade Palms class embraced the idea of interconnectedness when they put their anecdotal writing unit into action. Students weaved their best anecdotal pieces into pen pal letters that were sent around the world.  More...

Because first graders had been studying friendship as part of their World Course curriculum, we thought a wonderful way of combining this study with the writing skills they were working to learn would be to engage in a “Book on Friendship” project, in which students could become authors of their very own books.  More...

Recently, we welcomed celebrated author Grace Lin to join ELC and Lower Division students in the Black Box to read from her books, talk about what inspires her, how she creates her illustrations and how many of her stories are “true.”  More...

The Kids A-Z app allows interactive access to the Raz-Kids Reading A-Z literacy platform.  More...

Attention all Alvin Ho and Ruby Lu fans—award-winning author Lenore Look recently visited the Lower Division! Lenore Look hosted multiple sessions for grades one through four, presenting to the Spanish immersion track in English, and the Chinese immersion track in English with a Chinese Q&A.   More...

On Wednesday, February 24, award-winning author and illustrator Angela Dominguez came to Avenues to visit with nursery, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students.   More...

From October 19 to October 23, the Early Learning Center and Lower School students took part in a week of literacy awareness events hosted by two non-profit organizations, Points of Light and Jumpstart.   More...

As a fourth-year student at Avenues: The World School, I’ve seen all that the Avenues Community Engagement (ACE) program has to offer. The Uni Project, this year’s newest addition to the ACE team, is that rare volume, that special flavor, of community engagement that is too often overlooked: simple storytelling.   More...

From September 27 to October 3, Avenues students will be joining in on the national celebration of our freedom to read. Hundreds of libraries all over the country will be discussing and bringing attention to the issue of censorship by participating in Banned Books week and mounting displays that will highlight the top collection of the books most frequently challenged in our country.  More...

Amanda Friedman joins Avenues in fall 2015 as a long-term substitute reading specialist in the Lower School. Amanda comes to Avenues from PS/MS 37 Multiple Intelligences School, where she worked as a special education teacher support services provider and fourth grade general education teacher.   More...