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School-wide News

September 25, 2020
At the end of last year, a group of student service leaders started a drive for clothes, food, household items, toys, and cleaning supplies to benefit Aldeias Infantis SOS Brasil. This organization is focused mostly on helping refugee children, which in Brasilia are primarily refugees from Venezuela. For this reason, Aldeais serves unaccompanied minors and often single mothers with young children. It was heartening to see the support of our EAB community as the donations started pouring in, overflowing the donation box. Over the vacation, these donations were delivered to Aldeias Infantis SOS, which distributed them to needy families in Brasilia and surrounding areas. I received a photo that a mother had sent to Aldeias with her two children dressed in donated pajamas, holding new toys, with huge grins on their faces.
September 25, 2020
Does your lower or middle school child need some extra help during distance learning? Sign up for NHS’s volunteer tutoring! Members of the National Honor Society in the High School are donating their time to students who might need a bit of help as EAB faces the challenges of online learning.
September 18, 2020
The school's plans for Blended Learning include the following two-week cycles with selected students attending to reduce overall campus size by about 50%. Read more to learn about the options.
September 9, 2020
Bom dia! It will be my privilege to serve as Interim Head of School at the American School of Brasilia for the remainder of the 2020–2021 school year. I will serve in this position until the arrival of Grace McCallum, our incoming Head of School, in July 2021.
September 8, 2020
The EAB Board of Directors would like to thank Allan Bredy for his service to our school during the past three years. Under his leadership, EAB has focused on supporting faculty and staff excellence through professional development as well as attracting top talent to teaching and leadership positions.
September 8, 2020
I am writing to inform you that I have asked our Board to allow me to retire a few months early and to remain on our farm here in Washington State. The Board has graciously accepted my resignation effective August 31st. This decision was taken due to the ongoing risks of coronavirus, particularly for someone of my age and considering my recent surgeries. I hope you understand and support this decision. It was a very difficult decision to make.
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