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GVA Aurora Welcomed The Buffalo Bill Experience

GVA Aurora 3rd-7th graders had the opportunity to learn about Buffalo Bill through a lively presentation full of Wild West stories, history lessons and anecdotes. Jeff Norman portrayed Buffalo Bill in a one-man show that not only educated but entertained the students.
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Chinese Delegation from the Hong Kong Education Bureau Visits GVA Northglenn

On November 6, 2017, Global Village Academy Northglenn was visited by a four-member delegation from China. The delegates were from the government of Hong Kong and part of their Education Bureau. The Education Bureau is responsible for education policies in Hong Kong. Global Village Academy Northglenn was recommended by the Asia Society for them to tour while visiting the United States. The delegation was here to learn about developing Chinese as a second language curriculum in Hong Kong.
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CHAC Gallery Coming to GVA Aurora to Teach Special Sugar Skull Class

Friday, November 3 from 6:00-7:00. Registration Required. The class is open to children and adults.

Skulls have become an increasingly popular image in American pop culture, coinciding with the rise in popularity of the ancient Mexican Holiday, Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Learn the history and meaning of the celebration and how it differs from Halloween. See what skulls and skeletons mean to the Mexican culture, give your opinion of what they currently mean to American culture. Students will decorate their own traditional Mexican sugar skull while enjoying festive Mexican music.
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GVA Northglenn's Hurricane Relief Effort for Puerto Rico

Several members of the GVA Northglenn staff are from Puerto Rico and we would like to give our support to them, their families and country.

On Tuesday, September 19th "la isla del encanto", Puerto Rico was affected by Hurricane Maria. The eye of the hurricane had catastrophic winds of more than 200 km per hour (category 4, the second most powerful on the scale). The hurricane came in through the west and exited through the northern part of the island. Maria has been the worst hurricane to hit Puerto Rico since Hurricane Felipe in 1928.
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