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Grade 4 Fire Fighters: Tokyo Fire Department Visits ASIJ

On May 23, the Tokyo Fire Department visited ASIJ to teach all Grade 4 students about fire and earthquake emergency procedures, not only with safety in mind but also in conjunction with their recent science unit. 151 more words

Elementary School

New Student Senate looks toward the future

Spring semester was the last time we saw the student senate members that Metropolitan State has known for years. These members, along with the rest of the senate, can authorize the use of university funds for student-led organizations and even wield clout in some decisions made by the university. 514 more words

Announcements

TEF & OFS - (more) thoughts

So, this is something I’ve been thinking about for a while. And I just wanted to note down what’s in my head. So, this will be a short blog. 322 more words

Student Politics

Launching the High School IMPACT Program

The high school is excited to launch a recognition program, called IMPACT, starting in August 2016.  This program has grown out of ASIJ’s three strategic objectives, which aim to help students: 462 more words

High School

SGO: The importance of sport

The social benefits as well as the physical and mental health benefits are some of the aspects which should encourage you to move more. When you do sport even if it involves a team sport like football, rugby, lacrosse or any other team sport or if you are simply going to the gym to keep fit, sport is a fun and easy way to make friends. 375 more words

CCCUSustainability

Student Perspective: A Visit (and Some Inspiration) from Penny Kittle

Bridget Sheppard is a current Master of Arts in Teaching student concentrating in Secondary English Education. This semester, the English MAT classroom was visited by a very special guest speaker, … 534 more words

MAT English

The AP Research Process

Olivia Johnson, grade 12, shares her experience in AP Research, her research process and details on her project.

AP Research has taught me three important things when it comes to researching: be objective, be flexible and find reliable sources. 355 more words

High School