ASV Foundation Halloween Party. Thanks to all of the Volunteers!

‪On behalf of the ASV Foundation, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the student, parent and staff volunteers who made Halloween 2015 such an amazing success.  Their dedication, hard work and a lot of hours preparing for Halloween is greatly appreciated.  

We hope everyone had a wonderful time experiencing the Haunted Houses, games, magic show, arts and crafts, refreshments, and most importantly one another’s company.  Coming together as a school community is what makes ASV so special, and we hope you enjoyed Halloween 2015 as much as our volunteers enjoyed preparing it for all of you.  

Thanks again to all of the ASV Foundation volunteers and to all of those who supported this event.  It is this level of teamwork that creates a great school and the ASV Difference.  


Higlights of the Halloween Party
on the ASV social media

    ASV Foundation Facebook Fan Page (click here)

Twitter Hashtag #HalloweenASV (click here)

    ASV Instagram Account (click here)

Weekly Bake Sales. Call for 5th Grade

From September 2015 until June 2016 we will be holding several fundraising opportunities to support Kapita School. Every month, the ASV Foundation will request that a different grade level to donate  snack foods that can be sold at school on Tuesdays

Fifth grade is requested to bring in their food donations on November 2 and 3, 2015. The  5th grade students  will conduct all sales in the school atrium Tuesday, November 3, 2015. 

Please donate:
- Homemade cookies, brownies, cakes, or desserts
- Store bought and individually wrapped cookies or snacks
- Potato chips (any kind) 

Thank you in advance for all of your continued help and support of the ASV Foundation and Kapita School.  Together, we can make a difference!

ASV+ Day on November 14

ASV+ will be celebrating its first ASV+ Day of 2015-2015 on Saturday, November 14. All students in Elementary school who attend sport activities are invited to come. ASV+ Day will run from 10:30 to 13:00. Caxton College and Colegio Cumbres are going to join us for this event! The High School group of judo is also invited to come, because Cumbres will bring students of their same age. Please fill in this Google form so we can prepare the teams for the matches. Visions Café will be open during all the event.

Additional concepts to be invoiced this month

This next week the ASV business office is invoicing the school fees for November 2015. We would like to remind that this payment will include additional concepts related to the extracurricular program ASV+:

- ASV+ regular fee (families of students enrolled)
- ASV+ outfits (families who purchased additional items)

School on November 2

We would like to remind our school community that Monday, November 2, 2015 is not an official holiday in the Valencian Community. ASV will be open as usual on Monday.

Lunch Menus

Remember the school menus are always available on this post on our the school website and on the right column of ASV Voices. Download a copy of the new planning.

VIS Cup Basketball Tournament

ASV hosted this week the Valencia International Schools Basketball Tournament. The competition featured junior and senior High school teams. Athletic Director, Andy Ojelade, commented on our website the great basketball level and the sportive spirit present during the event.
Reminder of upcoming sports events
  • Thursday, November 12 - Soccer vs British School of Alzira (34 students)
  • Friday, November 20 - Soccer and Basketball vs Cambridge House School
  • Wednesday, November 25. Grade 9,10,11 Team Sports Day
  • Friday, December 4. Valencia International Schools Soccer Tournament

High School Service Activities

At ASV we believe community service is central to our mission. Throughout the school year there are a number of opportunities for students to participate in community service activities. Some of these opportunities involve whole school action, such as our festive food drives for local organizations, others are grade specific or outside the school day and involve smaller groups of students. Find on this web report the service opportunities for High School students during this school year.

The new SAT® is coming in March 2016

The College Board, the educational organization running the SAT test, recently announced a redesign of this university entrance exam. According to our High School counselor Ms. Verónica Cinosi, the new SAT "it’s a fair and straightforward test that looks a lot like what students learn in class and let them show off the skills and knowledge that colleges want most." 

The new test features are: 
• No guessing penalty, encouraging you to try your best on every question
• Vocabulary words actually used in college, career, and life
• An optional essay

These changes will be effective as of March 2016. Interested students may contact Ms. Verónica or download this document.

Individual Pictures for the Yearbook. Schedule

High School students are being portrayed for the second edition of the High School Yearbook to be released in June 2016. This is the schedule for the next days:
  • Grade 8. Monday, November 2. 

Additional Reminders

  • End of Term for Grade 12 is Friday, November 6
  • University Orientation. American University in Rome by Poett Mattew G11 on Thursday, November 5.
  • Parent Delegate meeting on Monday, November 2, from 15:30 to 16:15 h.

Transportation Policy and Bus Dismissal Procedures

We would like to make a short reminder of our buses dismissal procedures:
  • Preschool students get in their buses at 16:20.
  • Elementary students go at 16:30.
  • High School students between 16:30 – 16:35.
  • Main gate closes at 16:37.
  • All buses must have left before 16:40 so as to meet their schedules.
For security reasons, it is not allowed to walk through the parking lot once the buses start  leaving, and buses can only be accessed through the main gate. This means that any students arriving late to their buses will have to stay in campus until other buses have left (students up to grade 4) or will not be allowed to take their bus (grades 5 to 12). Please read the complete set of instructions on this post.

Informative Talk on Celiac Disease

ASV is organizing two informative talks offered by ACECOVA (Asociación de Celiacos de la Comunidad Valenciana) for teachers and students in 1st and 2nd grade. They will take place on Thursday, November 5 at 11:40 h., and on Friday, November 6 at 12:20 h. Interested parents please contact Ms. Elena Corchs to join these sessions.

Additional Reminders

  • Assembly prepared by Grade 6 White on Friday, November 6.
  • Reading program with parents volunteers starts on Monday, November 2. 
  • Upcoming field trips and special activities:
    • November 6. Vall d’Uxó. Grade 3
    • Nov 11- Fabrica de Turrones. Grade 2
    • Nov. 26 Pleno de Puzol. Grade 5

Upcoming field trips

Wednesday, November 25.
  • Nursery and Prek1/ Storytelling
  • Prek2. Masía del Cosí
  • Kinder. Casa África

ASV Calendar (check it on our website)

Monday, November 2. High School Parent Delegates Meeting. 15:30 - 16:15 h.

Friday, November 6. Elementary Assembly - Grade 6 W. 9:50 - 10:25 h.
Grade 3 visits Vall d'Uxó.
Grade 12. End of term 1.

Saturday, November 7. SAT Test.

November 2015


High School

Preschool (English / Spanish)
Elementary (English / Spanish)
High School (English / Spanish)

We would like to remind you that the school only provides park supervision between 9:30 to 16:30 h. School parks close at 17:00 h.

We would like to remind you that any changes related to transportation must be requested by sending an e-mail to before 12:00 on the day of the change.
Please visit our Transportation Policy for more information.
We remind you that Visions Café will be open during the following hours for students, parents and staff:

Mondays through Fridays    09:00-12:30
Mondays through Fridays    15:30-18:00

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