October 2009

Month

Excitement is building as we start a new tradition for the Library Program – two concurrent Book Fairs! Both Book Fairs will have great opportunities for gift giving, and books purchased at both fairs will benefit the Media Programs at Academy. Read about the Scholastic and Barnes & Noble Book Fairs.
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Schedules for the Upper Divisions Boy's and Girl's Basketball and Upper Division Boy's Soccer are now posted on the website.
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BOTH our boys and girls golf teams have advanced to the Regional Level playoffs.
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On October 16th students in grades JK-6 took Academy families on a fantastic journey around the world! In our fall production, Have Song, Will Travel, students performed songs and dances that shared music, language, culture, and customs...
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On November 7th, Dillard's and Bobbie Brown Cosmetics will host their annual Holiday Fashion Show. Academy at the Lakes students (JK to grade 12), teachers and staff will model the holiday fashions.
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For over a generation parents have believed that one of the keys to producing successful, high-achieving children was praise. Repeatedly telling kids how smart they are or how great their abilities are, it was thought, would lead children to believe that they had very valuable contributions to make and that they could therefore tackle anything....
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I believe we have reached an important juncture in educating our children about citizenship, and I hope we can take advantage of the opportunity this situation has given us.
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The second graders have been learning about the life cycle of butterflies. It was a wonderful experience releasing the Painted Lady butterflies into our second grade garden. It was a joy to watch and listen to the children’s excitement and observe their curiosity.
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From a layman's point of view, there wasn't much the Cambridge volleyball team did wrong Tuesday night against Academy at the Lakes. But upon further inspection, Cambridge coach Dave Wolcott had to re-focus his group early.
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