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2017 SOLAR ECLIPSE
posted 21 August 2017

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From David Welch (Class of 1966)

Here are a few of my eclipse photos taken this morning in Madras, Oregon. It was a truly amazing experience to see the eclipse in the path of totality. The sky darkened, the temperature dropped, animals began to act disturbed and then fell silent as the sky darkened almost completely. Stars and planets began to appear in the sky. The horizon displayed fading orange and crimson colors of sunset for the full 360 degrees. It was magical for just over 2 minutes. None of us who witnessed the full eclipse will ever forget the experience!


2017 SOLAR ECLIPSE PREPARATION

In preparation for the big 2017 Solar Eclipse, on Monday,
21 August 2017, here are some links you may want to read:

2017 Solar Eclipse Livestream (Eclipse Across America)
posted 21 August 2017

Total Solar Eclipse Map-Place-View
posted 19 August 2017

How Much of the Solar Eclipse Will You Be Able to See?
posted 18 August 2017


NEWS CIRCLE
posted 13 August 2017

JANUARY 1966
You may recall earlier this year, Stevens Parr (Class of 1967) scanned and shared the last four 1965 issues of News Circle. His mother, Penny, edited the magazines from 1965 to 1968.

We will publish continuing News Circle issues from Stevens as he sends them in.

Here is the January 1966 issue. Please enjoy.

News Circle, January 1966
posted 13 August 2017


FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
posted 12 August 2017

From Jim Laney, Jr.
(AES Director)

On the first day of school, we welcomed 1180 new and return-
ing students, and I know that the
AES staff will care for them as if
they were our own extended family.

There are 300 new students joining us this year: 175 in the ES, 65 in the MS and 60 in the HS. The AES community includes families from 57 nationalities!


NEW SCHOOL YEAR
posted 8 August 2017

Today is the first day of school at AES; and we wish all the students, faculty and administration a great and successful new year. Some welcoming words from our new school director, Mr. Jim Laney....


FACULTY WELCOMING CEREMONY
posted 7 August 2017

Its an annual tradition at AES to welcome our new and returning faculty with a special ceremony, where we light a diya (Indian lamp) to mark the start of the new
school year. New faculty are then introduced and given a tika (worn on the forehead), and a garland is placed around their neck. Returning faculty make connections with new faculty through common places, schools and interests. Most of all, we celebrate how enriched we are by the diversity of our community!


NEW SCHOOL DIRECTOR
posted 23 July 2017


AES' new school year begins Tuesday, 8 August 2017. The new Director has arrived though. Please help us welcome Mr. Laney
to India and AES!


FOR THIRD CULTURE KIDS, TRAVEL IS HOME
posted 21 July 2017

Twenty-six years after he started country-hopping, one writer reflects
on a childhood spent in transit. AES alumni, Sebastian Modak writes: Born
in the U.S. to an Indian father and a Colombian mother, by the age of seven, I had already moved three times: from New Jersey to Hong Kong to Australia and onwards to India, where Id spend five years before moving to Indonesia for high school. Click here to read more.


2017 PICNIC
posted 11 July 2017
Facebook Event Page posted 1 August 2017

Anne Beattie Kerr (AIS Class of 1967) and her husband have hosted picnics in their home in Castleton, Virginia, since 2004 for our alumni and are ready now to announce this year's plans. Please save the date! Saturday, 16 September 2017. As always, it is an "all-school-years-invited" event; and spouses/families are welcome. For more picnic information, directions to her house, and to RSVP, please message Anne. We look forward to seeing you at the picnic.

Picnic Announcement

THE FRUIT SELLER
posted 3 July 2017

Congratulations to published author and AES seventh grader, Sagar Castleman, whose first book of short stories, The
Fruit Seller
, recently released! Sagar
and his classmates in Mr Kuehn's Humanities class celebrated with a little cake in the American Embassy School MS/HS Library. We asked Sagar what inspired him to write a book: "In India there are a lot of interesting things you don't find in other places. And I thought people should know about that." Check
out your copy and enjoy, or find it at your favorite bookseller.


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ALUMNI DUES
We are a non-profit association, which exists to help keep our AIS/AES Community together and to help promote reunions and other activities. We also host our all-school AIS/AES Reunions every 5 years, where all alumni (whether they graduated from our school or not), faculty, staff and family members are invited. Your donations enable us to keep the association and our website alive, as well as help with the start-up costs of our AIS/AES Reunions. We recommend a donation of $25/year; however, we are grateful for any contributions!
For more, see DUES LETTER.


YEARBOOKS
2016 Yearbook Cover
Click here to find over five decades of AIS and AES Yearbooks published by our school, beginning school year 1960-1961. Each yearbook is complete in PDF format for easy, free downloading.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Do you know who your AIS/AES Alumni Association board members are?
Read more about them!


THEN AND NOW

Experience the enjoyment felt by many AIS/AES alumni who returned to Delhi and visited the school! Thank you for sharing your photos with us!


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