On Thursday, 14 April, all students in grades 6 through 8 presented their individual science experiments. These were judged and a winning experiment was chosen for each grade level. The students spent a lot of time planning and executing their
This month the National Honor Society students organized two lovely events. On Saturday, April 9th, through the kind invitation of the Ngoh Ngoh family, the Grade 3 class and their families enjoyed an afternoon at the Ngoh Ngoh farm. Fishing,
Good fun was had by all at this year’s Pi Day event. Students were challenged to recite as many digits of Pi as they could recall. Heated competition took place, with a remarkable number of Pi decimals memorized by a
International Day is probably everyone at ASOY’s favorite community event and this year’s celebration didn’t disappoint! From the flag parade, to student performances, the various country booths, and of course the pot luck lunch, the day was a huge success!
Saturday was a fine day for ASOY athletics with twin wins for the boys’ and girls’ sports teams. The boys basketball team ended an outstanding season with a first place finish on the day. Coach Fiedorek was justifiably proud of
Buoyed by their recent victory over the faculty team, the ASOY girls soccer team romped to victory Saturday’s tournament, ending their season on a high note. “What was great about the game,” commented one observer, “was the way the girls
ASOY students were victorious over the faculty in Wednesday’s student vs faculty soccer match, winning the game 3 -2 in the final seconds. “If only Mr. Nabholz had blown the whistle on time,” one disappointed teacher complained, they wouldn’t have