At UAS, the month of December brings the Winter Concerts. Students have been progressing and learning new music since the beginning of the school year. By now they are ready to play Marches (from Indiana Jones, from Harry Potter or by Beethoven), high energy Boogie music, or traditional western Christmas favorites. The band classes from
These hardworking and talented students have worked for many weeks to bring you an amazing performance of winter songs both old and new. They performed exceptionally well, and we are so very proud of them! Thank you to all of you who came and supported them during their concert!
This year, the UAS Varsity Boys Soccer Team sought to achieve one thing: ‘Make the Final’. After weeks of tryouts and practices, 20 young men, full of potential and ready to give their all for their team and school, began fighting to achieve their goal. We are currently in 3rd place, and our goal of making
Thanks to Mrs. AlGhanim and her family, the UAS family celebrates another wonderful US Thanksgiving dinner. We kicked off the celebration with a few words from Mrs. AlGhanim and JoAn Canning, Superintendent. A raffle was held where many staff won prizes. A good time was had by all!
The KG Department once again celebrated Thanksgiving Lunch with their friends and neighbors from other classes. The children all enjoyed themselves and were able to talk and think of all the things that they are thankful for in their lives. A great day for everyone! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
On November 12, Ms. Mo O’Hara, author of the Zombie Goldfish series of books and “More People to Love Me” visited the UAS. She entertained KG1&2, Grades 1&2, 3&4, and 5&6 with stories about her books. It was a wonderful day for the students of UAS and the Library! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
November 4, the UAS second grade class under the direction of Ms. Charlotte Kluever presented a Fall Music Concert for their parents. The audience was entertained by the students with spooky songs and fingerplays about Halloween and silly songs about fishes washing dishes and beans trying on some jeans. They even had the audience joining