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Title I Parent Survey

SurveyTitle I Parent Survey: We want to hear from parents! This survey is an opportunity for you to help your school by sharing your opinions about it. Your opinions are important, and AESD is interested in hearing them. You can help us by taking the following survey in English  (La encuesta para padres también está disponible en español.)

Ted Vick

From the desk of: Mrs. Kammeyer, Principal, Ted Vick Elementary

Theodore Vick Elementary School Science Fair Night was Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Our 4th and 5th graders completed amazing science fair projects.  Some students completed projects in pairs and others worked independently.  Teachers worked diligently to support understanding and support completion.  The afternoon of the 13th students set up their projects in the MPR.  The evening of the 13th parents was invited to come and see projects and awards were given to first, second and third place projects.  Our first, second and third placed projects for 4th and 5th grades will move onto the District Science fair on Saturday, February 23, 2019, at Columbia Middle School at 9 am.  Many parents attended and our students were excited to show off their projects.



Eagle Ranch

From the desk of: Mr. Christophe, Principal, Eagle Ranch Elementary

Eagle Ranch Elementary held their 2019 Science Fair on February 7th, 2019.  Students, parents, and staff were able to interact with reptiles and use their science knowledge to create and design innovative, interactive STEM activities.  Some of these activities included designing magnetized and battery operated car tracks that showed velocity and force of movement using small toy cars.     




Westside Park

From the desk of: Mrs. Pantoja, Principal, Westside Park Elementary

Saturday school was a huge success. We partnered with Home Depot to provide a parent and child workshop, created stem projects and focused on math best practices. We also assisted parents and students in creating their science fair project. We provided materials, computers for research and guidance. Over 95 students were in attendance.





Morgan Kincaid

From the desk of: Mrs. Cooper, Principal, Morgan Kincaid Elementary

Students at Morgan Kincaid Preparatory School participated in and attended a Black History Month Assembly on Friday, February 1st. Performances included "I Have a Dream," quotes from famous Black Americans, "Lift Up Your Voice," and mini-biographies presented on famous Black Americans that highlighted their inventions, breakthroughs, and accomplishments in sports, entertainment, science, and equal rights. Students were both entertained and informed by the presentations. Classes will continue to study and learn more as Black History Month continues.




2nd Annual History Day

On January 26th, the AESD held our Second Annual District History Day Competition at MDAE.  During this event, over thirty students from four schools created projects around the National History Day Theme of Triumph and Tragedy. Congratulations to all of the students who advanced from your site to the District History Day and GOOD LUCK to the fifteen students who were chosen to advance from the District to the COUNTY HISTORY DAY, which is being held at Summit High School in Fontana on March 9th.

History Day

History Day

History Day

History Day