It is the end of the school year, so we will soon have to say goodbye to a few of our favorite teachers. This year, 13 middle school teachers are leaving or moving out of the middle school. Over the final weeks of school, The Direct Message will post an ‘Exit Interview’ that we conducted with these educators. Check out all the Exit Interviews by clicking here: Exit Interviews Mrs. Megan Kummerlin 1 year at AES: 2021- 2022 Next Stop: Still at AES but in a new role What will yo
"One of my favorite memories was when me, my parent, my sister, and my cousin all took a road trip to Arizona and Utah. We were driving from a huge family reunion in Colorado and decided to make our trip out West even longer. We saw so many cool canyons and rock sculptures on our hikes and then relaxed by drinking smoothies by the pool. This happened in the summer of 2019, so it’s like my last big trip without worrying about COVID." Read More By #Jashvi
In my opinion, I think that these new school lunches are a good idea. For starters, we have way less food wastage because everyone is eating all the food they take and not leaving the things they don’t want to eat out to just trash and waste. Personally, I have seen some people throwing out thriller entire boxes of food because of various reasons and that just wastes the time and the food made. Another good thing is everyone gets their food preferences and gets to enjoy each
As you’ve probably heard from Friday’s assembly, after spring break we will have a trial for a new way to get school lunches. Instead of getting lunch boxes, we finally have the choice to get our lunch from the cafeteria. This is great news because there has been a lot of recent feedback involving the choice and amount of lunch. Unfortunately, we cannot eat in the cafeteria yet due to covid restrictions. Students with advisories on the 3rd floor will go to the MS cafeteria an
It was silent, all eyes were on Ishan who stood on the stage in front of the HOP. There were cameras and viewers. The audience was intrigued to see what these 6th graders had to share. The person on the stage was nervous, yet ready to show others what they knew. Ishan and his classmates had been preparing and practicing for weeks - you could tell from the feelings and look of the presenters and the decor of the HOP. There were tables with fancy red velvet tablecloths, a beaut
With over 800 people attending, this year's International Culture and Food Fair was a hit. Students and families enjoyed themselves on a Holi Obstacle Course and ate delicious food from around the world. Entertainment was provided, including singing, dancing, musical performances from strings, and more. Did you participate in the raffle? Baskets were prepared by various countries with delicious treats and other giveaways inside! We had tons of people volunteering at the food
The winter Olympics have ended after 19 days, meaning we can see the results without wondering who will have the most medals. So here are the statistics. The Winter Olympics are a series of competitions that take place throughout the winter months. Since the first Winter Olympic Games in 1924, ice hockey, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, figure skating, and speed skating have all appeared in all Winter Olympic Games.
This year's winter Olympics were super interesting and g