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Nido is excited to host SAAC Arts 2017! Students from Uruguayan American School (Uruguay), International School of Curitiba (Brazil), Fundación Colegio Americano Quito (Ecuador), Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Peru), and Asociación Escuelas Lincoln (Argentina) will arrive on Wednesday, March 29 for a collaborative festival of creativity, energy, and passion for the arts.
Are you a Nido parent, alumni, or staff who loves to play soccer, but doesn't have a way to play? Join us on Thursday evenings, starting in April, for the Nido Adult Soccer Academy.
Middle School National Spanish classes were visited this week by SouthKinta Producciones, a local group that aims to leverage rap and hip-hop as a teaching tool. SouthKinta held workshops for each class that facilitated the development of their Spanish language-skills through music and rhyme creation, performance, and listening comprehension.
Students from the Class of 2016 were recently accepted to the best universities in Chile, nearly half of whom who will attend Universidad Católica or Universidad de Chile.
A huge thank you to the parents and families, faculty and staff, and the public who attended the Nido Chamber Music Fest concert last week. The concert was a great success for all those involved.
Last week, our 2nd graders not only stretched their imagination celebrating their Poetry Unit, but decided it was the best place for some serious fundraising to help the those affected by the wildfires in the south.
Last Thursday, the K1 classrooms hosted their End of Project celebration. There was a wonderful turnout from parents, and the children were excited to show their moms and dads the art galleries that were set-up in each classroom featuring their work.
Parents are invited to spend a morning exploring the hills of Nido with Outdoor Education Coordinator Zack Beaty. Get inspired about one of the main tenants that makes a Nido education special—the commitment to hands-on, experiential learning and the Outdoor Education program. Take in the beauty of Nido's surrounding land while learning about the exciting future of the Outdoor Education program and building community with other parents.
This week, Nido will host the Hathaway Brown High School Orchestra from Cleveland, Ohio, who will be performing in a collaborative concert with our Band and Strings Program students. Please join our students and our guests in a concert on Tuesday, March 21st at 5:30pm in the Nido Theater. The concert is free and open to the whole community.
Have you recently redecorated your house? Do you now have a pile of paintings and framed photographs that do not match your new 'look'?
We have just the solution! You can donate these works to the Nido Arts Showdown and gain a free "Arts Contributor" ticket for this sophisticated and social evening of art, music, delicious hors d'oeuvres, exquisite Chilean wine, and a silent auction featuring masterpieces by Professional Chilean Artists and collaborative artworks by ES classes.
Nido is hosting the SAAC Arts Festival at the end of March, and still needs to find homes for fifty-eight students. Please consider showing the Nido community spirit and hospitality by volunteering to host a student.
On Friday, March 10 the entire Elementary School eagerly lined up according to their home countries for a yearly tradition—International Day. As the countries were called in alphabetical order, children began parading around the Nido campus, waving flags and shouting their countries' names and songs with pride.
Nido de Aguilas invites all to attend the Chamber Music Fest (CMF) on March 15 and 16. Parents and students are invited to observe master classes on Wednesday and Thursday, and to enjoy the concert on Thursday, March 16 at 6pm.
The IB Visual Arts Generation 2017 invites you to the opening reception of their public display of artworks on Friday, March 17 at 7pm.