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Join members of the Board of Directors and Administration for our next parent forum on Building Financial Sustainability while Enhancing Academic Quality. | Unase a los miembros del Directorio y la Administración en nuestro próximo foro para apoderados que se centrará en Cómo Desarrollar la Sustentabilidad Financiera al mismo tiempo que Mejoramos la Calidad Académica.
For the first time in the Nido Elementary School, we are very excited to present the musical Annie, Jr! This one hour long show will feature the talents of our students in grades 3, 4, and 5. Please join us for this one time performance on Friday, May 12th at 5:00pm in the Theater.
The 7th Grade students recently hosted a Social Entrepreneurship Fair as part of their Social Studies classes.
Nido de Aguilas was recently selected by The Association for Music in International Schools (AMIS) to host the AMIS South American Middle School Honor Mixed Choir in May, 2018. Nido will be the first school in South American to host an AMIS conference, and students from South America, the the Caribbean, and Central America will attend.
On Saturday, April 8th the Aquatics Center hosted four big events. Our student athletes from ES, MS, and HS demonstrated their great skills, passion and team spirit.
The second semester is coming to a close and the Media Center would like to remind you of some important dates and times.
April has seen a surge of activity from the Arts Department and the Closing Ceremony at 5pm on Monday, April 24th encapsulates much of that which the Arts in Action Month has been about. Students from across the school will present a vivid hour of performances, culminating in a mass singalong.
The 6th graders have been working hard on their Creating Change Unit. It all began with Teen Activism, where students researched about teens creating change around the world. They looked into character traits that teens like Malala Yousafzai and Alex Lin share and got inspired by their work.
Nido will be celebrating the (short) week leading up to Earth Day with many activities to inform and educate on how to better care for our environment.
Nido's much anticipated Arts Showdown event is coming up on Thursday, April 27 in the Arts Building. There will be wine, hors d'oeuvres, a silent auction featuring established Chilean artists and collaborative works by ES classes, a "Smash & Grab" style raffle, and a vibrant atmosphere full of art, music, and fun.
Get your ticket today! Tickets are available at the early-bird price of $15,000 CLP per person. The price goes up to $20,000 CLP on Wednesday, April 12 at 4pm.
NIDO FOODIES is a new NPA group for those who are interested in everything to do with food and wine. NIDO FOODIES organizes excursions that include Cooking Classes, Market and Restaurant Visits, Pot Luck Lunches, Wine Tastings and Vineyard Tours.
Thank you to all participants, host families, staff and faculty, and volunteers of SAAC Arts 2017. Students from Uruguayan American School, International School of Curitiba, Fundación Colegio Americano de Quito, Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The American School of Lima, and Asociación Escuelas Lincoln were welcomed warmly to Nido for an energetic festival of music, drama, and art last week.
Explore Nido's outdoor space and help us take care of our natural resources. Families are invited to meet at 10:00am in the upper parking lot near the gym. From there, we go to the Eucalyptus grove nearby where we will focus our clean-up efforts. Around 12:00pm there will be the option to take a short hike to see more of Nido's property as well as the tree planted when Nido moved to our current campus by founder Dr. Waldo Stevenson.
The High School Save the Strays club is launching dog food drive from April 3 - April 17. The donations from the drive will be donated to the organization Adoptaperro, with whom the club works closely.