The students of Al-Aqsa Islamic Academy celebrated Black History Month. Below are a few of the exceptional projects done by students.
Ms. Jessica Eldredge’s 5th grade class has written some truly wonderful and powerful poems. Muhammed Hope is like a breeze in the air Nice winds are happy everywhere Birds chat and tweet all day I like the sounds of wind It feels like a relaxing vacation Blowing trees make my day Today was a blowing […]
4th graders from Ms. Nuri Abdus-Salaam’s class showing off their pottery bowls that they made with the help of the Claymobile Project that will be on exhibit January 11th. The Claymobile group are artists with the ArtWell Institute and they come each Thursday afternoon.
Four talented Al Aqsa high school student artists created a mural that will be presented on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Girard College where they met the Mayor, Mr. Kenny, and other dignitaries with their murals.. The project was supervised by Mr. Parish Stanacell.
Ms. Nuri’s 4th grade class has a blast preparing clay models. The Claymobile comes each week with three artists as a part of the Artwell Association who adopted our school for this fun activity.
The 4th graders enjoyed making yogurt parfaits as part of a health lesson.
K-6th Grades Trip to Shady Brook Farm On October 3, students will have a tour through the Farm and enjoy exciting activities such as rides around the farm, picking their own pumpkins and other hands on activities. Cost is $15. Children in K-3 must have chaperons.