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Educational Opportunities Fall 2021

Parents Guide to Online Learning

Tutorials to help your child succeed during online learning

At Eagle Parent University we believe that parent involvement in their child’s education leads to student success. As we progress through the school year, we would like to offer continuous support with ASFM’s online learning platforms, used to enhance your child’s learning experience. Our innovation team will be recording tutorials based on parents’ digital needs. Please click on the following links to access the tutorials.

Google Classroom - (2nd Grade - 5th Grade)
Student Tech Tutorials 

Seesaw Class App Tutorials (Nursery - 2nd Grade)
Seesaw at ASFM Overview
https://youtu.be/x6-Jv7INEaA

How can students join a Seesaw class
https://youtu.be/XvdmX2g7D_E

How can parents create a Seesaw family account
https://youtu.be/7gSOaj1zISw

How can students complete activities in Seesaw
https://youtu.be/kZocoqaEFSo
   

 

How to Keep the School Open
Actions to prevent COVID’s DELTA variant outbreaks

Educational Strand: Health and Wellness
Facilitator: Dr. Rodolfo Treviño M.D.
Date: Thursday, August 26th      
Time: 8:00 - 8:45 pm
Online Platform:
Zoom - link will be sent on the Friendly Reminder.
Audience: ASFM Parents
CLICK HERE for the Registration link

Conference Description: 
During this webinar, Dr. Rodolfo Treviño M.D. will inform our parent community of the recent safety measures parents need to follow to prevent an outbreak at school, considering the DELTA variant is a new COVID - 19 threat. World health organizations have updated prevention measures based on recent research of the new DELTA variant. Following these measures will be crucial to maintain the schools open during these challenging times. In addition, Dr. Treviño will address the importance of strengthening the immune system and recognizing our general health status. Knowing how to keep our bodies healthy is extremely important in order to successfully  face the new DELTA variant. This information will help families stay healthy and prevent outbreaks at home and school.

Descripción de la Plática:
Durante este seminario web, el Dr. Rodolfo Treviño informará a nuestra comunidad de padres de familia sobre las recientes medidas de salud que las familias deben seguir para prevenir un broe en la escuela, considerando que la variante DELTA es una nueva amenaza de COVID -19. Las organizaciones sanitarias a nivel mundial han actualizado las medidas de prevención basadas en investigaciones recientes de la nueva variante DELTA. Seguir estas medidas será crucial para mantener las escuelas abiertas durante estos tiempos difíciles. Además, el Dr. Treviño abordará el tema de la importancia de fortalecer el sistema inmunológico y reconocer nuestro estado de salud general. Saber cómo mantener nuestro cuerpo sano es de suma importancia para enfrentar este virus, así como reconocer lso síntomas relacionados con la nueva variante DELTA del COVID -19. Esta información ayudará a las familias a mantenerse saludables y así evitar brotes en el hogar y la escuela

About Dr. Rodolfo Treviño: He studied at the School of Medicine at the University of Monterrey, with specialty studies in Pediatrics initially in Monterrey and then again Pediatrics and Pediatric Critical Medicine at Texas Children's Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX. Master of Quality in Patient Health and Safety at Northwestern University, Chicago Ill.

Head of the Pediatric Emergency Service and Director of the Pediatric Department of Hospital San José, Founding Member and Director of the Institute of Pediatrics of Hospital Zambrano Hellion. Currently starting a new pediatric practice outside the hospital.

Current projects include:

  • Artificial Intelligence for the diagnosis of diseases
  • Gene therapy for the treatment of metabolic diseases
  • Implementation of an electronic system for the evaluation of development in children
  • Participates actively in social assistance projects.

Sobre el Dr. Rodolfo Treviño: Estudio en la Escuela de Medicina en la Universidad de Monterrey, con estudios de especialidad en Pediatría inicialmente en Monterrey y después nuevamente Pediatría y Medicina Crítica Pediátrica en Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston TX.  Maestría en Calidad en Salud y Seguridad de los Pacientes en Northwestern University, Chicago Ill. 

Fue Jefe del Servicio de Urgencias de Pediatría y Director del Departamento de Pediatría del Hospital San José, Miembro Fundador y Director del Instituto de Pediatría del Hospital Zambrano Hellion.  Actualmente iniciando una nueva práctica pediátrica fuera del hospital.

Entre los proyectos actuales destacan:

  • Inteligencia Artificial para el diagnóstico de enfermedades
  • Terapia genética para el tratamiento de enfermedades metabólicas
  • Implementación de un sistema electrónico para la evaluación del desarrollo en niños
  • Participación activa en proyectos de asistencia social

This conference has no cost and will be presented in Spanish. You can share the Zoom password with friends & family.

VIEW THE RECORDED VIDEO

 

 

Parenting Young Children

Top 10 Topics to Tackle

All Six EPU Educational Strands
Facilitator: Pilar Cortes
Audience: ASFM Parents (N - 1st Grade)
Hybrid Course: Online Sessions through Zoom, Recorded Sessions, At Campus Sessions (if health protocols allow them)
Course Fee:  $3,700 pesos + IVA
REGISTER at: https://www.luminapilarcortes.com
Early Bird Discount: First 20 ASFM parents to register will receive 15% off. Before you register, please contact epu@asfm.edu.mx to get your coupon code.

 

DOWNLOAD BROCHURE

Course Description: During this course, parents will expand their knowledge of child development and their needs based on current research. This information will promote behavior changes and create new habits that promote a healthy family structure.

  1. Introduction:
    • Origins and dreams in my mission of becoming a parent: Where I come from and want to go.
    • Neurological plasticity: The ability to change at any age.
    • Introduction to childhood development: The influence of temperament and other individual characteristics on the development of the child, as well as external forces such as family relationships, culture, school, friends, among others.
    •  Identify the particular challenges families and society are facing. Analyze the ideological ideals of the "culture of wealth" and its consequences.
  2. Attachment: a Child’s Most Important Emotional Need
    • Characteristics of parents who form relationships with their children considering a secure attachment.
    • Different ways to make your child feel loved, confident, and safe.
    • Separation anxiety: how to identify it, why it arises, and management skills.
    • Transitional objects.
    • The irreplaceable value of a child’s attachment to his/her father.
    • Development of multiple attachments with other significant adult’s in our child’s life.
    • Circumstances that might come between a child’s attachment with one or both parents.
    • Symptoms of an attachment disorder between a child and his/her primary caregivers.
    • Adults who manage to compensate for the lack of a child’s secure attachment.
  3. Emotional Regulation and Autonomy
    • Parents as primary teachers in the process of identifying, understanding, and managing emotions.
    • Characteristics of people who show greater emotional well-being
    • The "primitive brain" VS the "sophisticated brain."
    • Functions and regulation of the amygdala
    • Parents' actions and attitudes promote healthy expressions of emotions with their children.
    • The "Terrible Twos: the awakening of the autonomous being."
    • How to handle a toddler's tantrums
    • Conquering one's autonomy throughout life.
    • A healthy need to control: External VS Internal Control
    • Self-Assessment: How Autonomous Am I?
  4. Empathy and Social Relationships
    • Building trust by being present, tuning in, and resonating with another person.
    • Empathy stages in the child’s development.
    • Context factors that foster or stunt empathy.
    • The influence of siblings on the child’s social development.
    • Jealousy, rivalry, and cruelty between siblings and how to manage them.
    • Antisocial behaviors in parents can affect their child’s healthy social development.
    • Friendships, popularity, and relationships with the in-laws.
    • Children who are rejected by others
    • Cultural implications of our culture on children.
  5. Discipline
    • Why demanding and setting boundaries are essential. Parenting styles and their consequences according to longitudinal studies. (Authoritarian, Authoritative, Permissive, Negligent).
    • Social demands VS Personal Demands.
    • “Attachment Discipline” Theory.
    • “Positive Discipline” Theory.
    • Research-based information regarding the use of force, such as spanking, on children.
    • Discipline without drama
  6. Sexuality
    • The development of a healthy sexual identity.
    • Gender roles, male and female stereotypes, and their consequences.
    • The irreplaceable role of each parent and the effects on a child.
    • Science-based information on the origins of homosexuality.
    • How to approach the topic of sexuality based on your child’s age and development.
    • Research-based information on pornography and its effects on the brain.
    • Sexual Abuse preventive measures.
  7.  Self-esteem and resilience
    • Orígin of a child’s healthy self-esteem.
    • Misconceptions about how to strengthen self-esteem.
    • How to develop one’s self-esteem as an adult.
    • Management skills to support a child’s healthy self-esteem development.
    • Resilience: Character traits of people who are capable of succeeding in adversity.
    • Trauma and its constraints.
    • Resilient Mind Set VS Weak Mind Set
    • Healthy stress management in children and adults: constructive VS destructive behaviors
  8. Intelligence and learning
    • Context factors that raise a child’s IQ during its first three years.
    • Neurological Profiles and Multiple Intelligence theories.
    • Why is creativity important, and how to promote creativity?
    • Obstacles in the development of creativity and how to motivate learning.
    • Playtime is the most effective learning tool based on scientific research.
    • Schools and teaching methodology.
    • Necessary skills are needed to have a good beginning of a school year and how to promote it.
  9. Marriage
    • Past relationships and how they contribute to the way I relate to my partner nowadays.
    • Marriage characteristics with a high degree of failure.
    • How to strengthen friendship and love in marriage at every stage.
    • The mishandled conflict between spouses and their consequences.
    •  How to have a healthy discussion to avoid damaging our relationship with our spouse.
  10. Family
    • Family of origin and our current family.
    • Healthy characteristics of a family.
    • Dysfunctional attributes of a family and its consequences.
    • The importance of family traditions, rituals, and routines.
    • Current family challenges: basics, evolutionary, and specific crisis.
    • Protective factors that keep the family united.
    • The six human psychoemotional needs, how we can satisfy them, and guide our child to do so to promote healthy development.

About Pilar Cortes
Pilar is a Developmental Psychologist and family consultant who graduated with a Master's Degree in Developmental Psychology and Education from Boston College. For the last fifteen years, Pilar has focused her work on educating teachers and parents on marriage, emotional intelligence, and child and adolescent psychology. For more than ten years, Pilar has designed and taught courses, conferences, and workshops for parents and teachers in Mexico, the United States, Brazil, and Spain based on the most relevant and current studies. Pilar has been married for 19 years and is the mother of 2 children, ages 10 and 13.

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Descripción del Curso: Durante este curso, los padres ampliarán sus conocimientos sobre el desarrollo infantil y sus necesidades basándose en las investigaciones actual. Esta información promoverá cambios de comportamiento y creará nuevos hábitos que favorezcan una estructura familiar saludable.

Temario por sesiones:

  1. Introducción
    • Mis orígenes y mis sueños en la misión de ser padre: De dónde vengo y hacia dónde quiero ir
    • Plasticidad neurológica: La capacidad de cambiar a cualquier edad
    • Introducción al desarrollo en la infancia: La influencia del temperamento y otras características individuales en el desarrollo del niño, así como las influencias externas como las relaciones familiares, la cultura, la escuela, las amistades, entre otros.
    • Identificación de los retos concretos que enfrentan las familias de nuestra generación y sociedad. Análisis de las corrientes ideológicas de la “cultura de la riqueza” y sus consecuencias.
  2. El apego, la principal necesidad emocional del niño
    • Los estudios más relevantes sobre el apego en los últimos 60 años
    • Beneficios del apego seguro
    • Características de los padres que forman relaciones de apego seguro
    • Diferentes formas de hacer sentir al niño amado, confiado y seguro
    • Ansiedad de separación: qué es, por qué surge y cómo manejarla
    • Los objetos de transición
    • El valor insustituible del apego con papá según estudios
    • Desarrollo de apegos múltiples con otros adultos importantes
    • Factores que pueden impedir que se desarrolle un apego seguro entre la mamá/el papá y el hijo
    • Síntomas de un desorden en el apego entre el niño y sus cuidadores principales
    • Adultos que logran compensar su carencia de un apego seguro en la infancia
  3. Regulación emocional y autonomía
    • Los padres como principales maestros en el proceso de identificar, comprender y manejar las emociones
    • Características de las personas que reportan mayor bienestar emocional
    • El “cerebro primitivo” y el “cerebro sofisticado”
    • Funciones y regulación de la amígdala
    • Acciones y actitudes de los padres que fomentan la sana expresión de las emociones en sus hijos
    • Los “Terribles Dos”: el despertar del ser autónomo
    • Cómo manejar los berrinches de un niño pequeño
    • La conquista de la propia autonomía a lo largo de la vida
    • La sana necesidad de controlar: Locus de control exterior VS. interior
    • Autoevaluación: ¿Qué tan autónomo soy yo?
  4. Empatía y relaciones sociales
    • La construcción de la confianza a través de estar presente, sintonizar y resonar con otra persona
    • Etapas en el desarrollo de la empatía según la edad
    • Factores de contexto que fomentan o atrofian la empatía
    • La influencia de los hermanos en el desarrollo social del niño
    • Celos, rivalidad y crueldad entre hermanos y cómo combatirlos
    • Comportamientos antisociales en los padres que pueden afectar el sano desarrollo social del niño
    • Amistad, relaciones políticas y popularidad
    • Niños rechazados por los demás
    • Factores de nuestra cultura que afectan el desarrollo social del niño
  5. Disciplina
    • La importancia de exigir y poner límites a los hijos: Estudios sobre estilos de paternidad y sus consecuencias según estudios longitudinales (Autoritario, Permisivo, Autoritativo, Negligente)
    • Exigencias universales y exigencias personales
    • Teoría de la “Disciplina con apego”
    • Teoría de la “Disciplina Positiva”
    • El uso de la fuerza (“nalgadas”); qué dice la ciencia
    • Disciplina sin drama
  6. Sexualidad
    • En qué consiste un sano desarrollo de la propia identidad sexual
    • Roles de género, estereotipos masculinos y femeninos y sus consecuencias
    • El papel irremplazable del padre y de la madre: las enseñanzas que sólo una madre puede dar; las enseñanzas que sólo un padre puede dar
    • Qué se sabe sobre los orígenes de la homosexualidad
    • Cómo tratar temas de sexualidad con los hijos según su edad
    • La pornografía y sus efectos en el cerebro según los estudios más recientes
    • Medidas preventivas de un abuso sexual
  7. Autoestima y resiliencia
    • Orígenes de una sana autoestima
    • Ideas equivocadas sobre cómo aumentar la autoestima
    • Cómo cultivar la propia autoestima en la edad adulta
    • Técnicas concretas para ayudar a los hijos a desarrollar una sana autoestima
    • Resiliencia: Características de las personas capaces de salir adelante en la adversidad
    • Trauma y creencias negativas
    • Mentalidad resiliente Vs. mentalidad débil
    • Manejo saludable del estrés en niños y adultos: placeres constructivos vs placeres destructivos
  8. Inteligencia y aprendizaje
    • Factores de contexto que elevan el coeficiente intelectual en el niño en sus primeros 3 años
    • Teoría de los Perfiles Neurológicos y de las Inteligencias Múltiples
    • La importancia de la creatividad y cómo fomentarla
    • Obstáculos en el desarrollo de la creatividad y las ganas de aprender
    • El juego como la herramienta de aprendizaje más eficaz según la ciencia
    • Análisis de tipos de juegos y juguetes
    • Escuelas y métodos de enseñanza
    • Habilidades necesarias para un buen comienzo en la escuela tradicional y cómo fomentarlas
  9.  Matrimonio
    • Relaciones de mi pasado que contribuyen en mi forma de relacionarme con mi pareja hoy
    • Características de los matrimonios con altas probabilidades de fracaso
    • Cómo fortalecer la amistad y el enamoramiento en el matrimonio a cualquier edad
    • El conflicto mal manejado entre los esposos y sus consecuencias
    • Cómo discutir para no deteriorar la relación con la pareja
  10. La Familia
    • Familia de origen y familia actual
    • Características de las familias sanas
    • Características de las familias disfuncionales y sus consecuencias
    • La importancia de las tradiciones, rituales y rutinas familiares
    • Los retos de la familia: básicos, evolutivos y crisis puntuales
    • Factores de protección que mantienen unida a la familia
    • Las seis necesidades psicoemocionales del ser humano, cómo podemos satisfacerlas en nosotros y ayudar a  nuestros hijos a hacerlo para su sano desarrollo.

Sobre Pilar Cortes
Pilar es psicóloga del desarrollo y consultora familiar graduada de la maestría en Psicología Aplicada al Desarrollo y la Educación en Boston College. Pilar ha enfocado su trabajo de los últimos 15 años en educar a personal docente y padres de familia sobre matrimonio, inteligencia emocional y psicología infantil y del adolescente. Durante más de diez años Pilar ha diseñado e impartido cursos, conferencias y talleres dirigidos a padres de familia y maestros en México, Estados Unidos, Brasil y España, siguiendo una línea científica, basándose en los estudios más relevantes y recientes. Pilar está casada desde hace 19 años y es mamá de 2 niños, de 10 y 13 años.

This course has a cost and will be presented in Spanish.

 

 
 

Coaching“Yo Te ESCUCHO”


Social-Emotional Q & A Sessions
by Barbara de la Garza
Educational Strand: Social-Emotional Development, Mental Health
Audience: Nursery - 12th Grade Parents - ONLY 12 participants
Dates: Tuesdays, September 14th, October 5th, and November 9th
Time: 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Online Platform: Zoom LINK will be sent through a friendly reminder.
Updates on on-campus location will be send as permitted by ASFM’s health protocols
To REGISTER to this event, send an email to epu@asfm.edu.mx

Description: During this session, parents will have the opportunity to ask Barbara questions regarding their experiences related to these uncertain times. Sharing will be done in a confidential environment, so parents can feel safe to express their feelings, concerns, and experiences. Throughout the session, Barbara will offer practical strategies that will lead parents to improve their family's quality of life.

About Barbara:
Barbara is a psychologist with a Master's Degree in Neuro-educational Psychology. She has studied various certified courses in family therapy, mediation, human development, trauma intervention, and attention to “at-risk” children and adolescents. She is a certified therapist in play therapy by The Theraplay Institute. Barbara has a private practice and collaborates as a therapist at the Mental Health Institute of the State of Nuevo León.


These coaching sessions have no cost and will be presented in Spanish. We will contact participants to share location or zoom links depending on the evolution of the pandemic.


 

 

 

Conscious Parenting Coaching
Padres Conscientes

Educational Strand: Parenting Awareness & Social-Emotional Development
Facilitator: Cristina Cortés
Dates: Fridays
    September 24th, October 15th, November 12th, and December 3rd.
Time: 12:20 - 1:50 pm
Online Platform: Zoom- link will be provided through a Friendly Reminder
Audience: All ASFM Parents (N - 12th Grade)
Total Cost: $ 2,320.00 pesos
ASFM Parents Special Offer: $1,220 pesos
EPU Support: $1,100 pesos


REGISTRATION


Coaching Sessions Description: Participants will continue their personal growth and development during these sessions as they apply conscious parenting strategies learned in the previous course. They will have the opportunity to share their challenges, discuss child behavior, and talk about their role as parents. At the same time, Cristy will offer practical strategies and parenting advice to strengthen family bonds and become the best version of yourself.

About Cristina Cortés:
Founding Partner of Kiik Consultores and promoter of the movement “Conscious Parenting” in México. Lecturer, Executive Coach, Parenting Coach. Certified Executive Coach by the International Coaching Community of London.

Descripción de las Sesiones de Coaching: Durante estas sesiones, los participantes continuarán su crecimiento y desarrollo personal al aplicar las estrategias de parentalidad consciente aprendidas en el curso anterior. Tendrán la oportunidad de compartir sus desafíos, hablar sobre el comportamiento de sus hijos y conversar sobre su rol como padres, mientras Cristy ofrece estrategias prácticas y consejos para fortalecer los lazos familiares y convertirse en la mejor versión de si mismo.

Sobre Cristina Cortés: Socia Fundadora de Kiik Consultores y promotora del Movimiento de Padres Conscientes en México. Conferencista, Coach Ejecutiva, Parenting Coach. Coach Ejecutivo Certificada por International Coaching Community of London.

This event is for the ASFM community only
Limited spots available
Coaching sessions will be presented in Spanish.

 


 

 

How to Support My Child in HS

Educational Strand: Learning in the 21st Century

Speakers:
Mr. Sheldon Guenther, MSHS Campus Director/HS Principal
Mrs. Eva Lamadrid, HS Assistant Principal
Date: Monday, September 27th, 2021
Time: 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Online Platform: Zoom - link will be provided a day before the session through a Friendly Reminder
Audience: 9th Grade Parents


Description: The focus of this session is to share with you strategies that can help your nine-grade child be more successful and enjoy more fully their High School experience at ASFM. We will also provide information about the most significant academic changes from Middle School to High School during this session.
 
About Mr. Sheldon Guenther:  This is Mr. Guenther’s fourth year as Head of Secondary Campus/HS Principal at ASFM. Prior to coming here, he has worked in schools around the world, including Canada, Tanzania, China, Venezuela, Colombia, and Argentina. He was the Head of Secondary at St. Andrews’ Scots School in Buenos Aires before coming to Monterrey. He has a Masters Degree in Education Curriculum: Technology and Design.  He loves literature, sports, and spending time with his family.

About Mrs. Eva Lamadrid:  Has been working at ASFM for the last 18 years; during the first six years as a Character Education teacher and coordinating the MSHS Values Committee, this is her 12th year as the High School Assistant Principal.  Has a Masters Degree in Education from SUNNY University.  Passionate about her students well being, reading, and cooking. Proud to be an ASFM Eagle.

This session has no cost and will be presented in English.
This session is for our ASFM community only.

 

How to Support My Child in HS

Educational Strand: Learning in the 21st Century
 

Speakers:
Mr. Sheldon Guenther, MSHS Campus Director/HS Principal
Mrs. Eva Lamadrid, HS Assistant Principal
Date: Monday, October 4th, 2021
Time: 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Online Platform: Zoom - link will be provided a day before the session through a Friendly Reminder
Audience: 10th Grade Parents

 
Description: After being on Distance Learning for more than a school year, we need to deliberately support our students to adapt to the new hybrid schedule. The purpose of this presentation is to share with you strategies that can help your G10 child be more successful and enjoy more fully their High School experience at ASFM.
 
About Mr. Sheldon Guenther:  This is Mr. Guenther’s fourth year as Head of Secondary Campus/HS Principal at ASFM. Prior to coming here, he has worked in schools around the world, including Canada, Tanzania, China, Venezuela, Colombia, and Argentina. He was the Head of Secondary at St. Andrews’ Scots School in Buenos Aires before coming to Monterrey. He has a Masters Degree in Education Curriculum: Technology and Design.  He loves literature, sports, and spending time with his family.

About Mrs. Eva Lamadrid:  Has been working at ASFM for the last 18 years; during the first six years as a Character Education teacher and coordinating the MSHS Values Committee, this is her 12th year as the High School Assistant Principal.  Has a Masters Degree in Education from SUNNY University.  Passionate about her students well being, reading, and cooking. Proud to be an ASFM Eagle.

This session has no cost and will be presented in English.
This session is for our ASFM community only.

 

Hiking Adventure at Chipinque

Educational Strand: Building Community
Hosted by Eagle Parent University
NEW Date: Saturday, November 6th, 2021
Time: 8:00 - 11:00 am
Place: Chipinque Park - Meeting spot at the EXPLANADA
Online Tickets: https://arema.mx/@chipinque
Audience: ASFM Families

Event Description: Join us for a hiking adventure at Chipinque Ecological Park! Chipinque is a stunning park in forested surroundings known for its nature trails and mountainside observatory. We will hike the Empalme trail during this adventure, located at the end of the last parking lot. Through this 3.6 km trail, you will be able to observe the nature that surrounds this park. Our goal is to reach the photo place Puerto del Aire, admire the breathtaking views, and take family photos. We will then walk back to the starting point.

Make sure you pay for your ticket in advance and pack a backpack with a water bottle and a healthy snack! You will be required to wear your facemask; a cap and sunblock are highly recommended. Lets wear red and white to identify each other!

Descripción del evento:  ¡Únete a una aventura de senderismo en el Parque Ecológico Chipinque! Chipinque es un impresionante parque en un entorno boscoso conocido por sus senderos naturales y su observatorio en la ladera. Caminaremos por el sendero Empalme durante esta aventura, ubicado al final del último estacionamiento. A través de este sendero de 3.6 km, podras observar la naturaleza que rodea este parque. Nuestro objetivo es llegar al observatorio Puerto del Aire, admirar las impresionantes vistas y tomar fotos familiares. Luego caminaremos de regreso al punto de partida.

¡Asegúreate de pagar tu boleto por adelantado y empacar una mochila con una botella de agua y un refrigerio saludable! Se pedirá que usen su tapabocas y se recomienda una gorra y bloqueador solar. Hay que llevar ropa roja y blanca para poder identificarnos!

This event is for the ASFM community only

REGISTER HERE

 

 

 


 

 

Conversational Spanish

Intellectual Growth and Development Strand

Facilitator: Lara Baloyán
Dates:  Every Tuesday and Thursday, starting on October 12th.      
Time:  9:00 - 10:00 am through Zoom
Online Platform: Zoom - link will be sent on the first Friendly Reminder.
Audience: ASFM International Community

Course Description: With nearly 500 million speakers, Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world. During this full-immersion course, you will have the opportunity to learn and practice Spanish as a second language. Throughout the lessons, you will develop the ability to converse and face everyday situations. Each week a different topic will be addressed to expand your vocabulary and learn basic grammar skills. These topics will be related to daily experiences, making this course practical and fun!

REGISTRATION LINK

This course is for our ASFM community only and has no cost.

 

 

 


 

ASFM Holiday Market - 4th Edition

Hosted by EPU & Alumni
On Campus Marketplace: Thursday, November 23rd, 2021
Sales Period: Thursday, November 23rd through Friday, December 17th, 2021
Format: Catalog

Dear ASFM Entrepreneur,

Welcome to the fourth edition of the ASFM Holiday Market. Thank you for your interest in applying as an entrepreneur for this event.

ASFM would like to continue supporting our educational community of entrepreneurs.

Our hopes are high this year! We would like to offer our community an on-campus marketplace and online catalog. If the health restrictions allow it, we will have an on-campus Holiday Market on Tuesday, November 23rd. The catalog will be promoted through various authorized ASFM communication channels starting November 23rd until December 17th.

For the online catalog, we will create a Google presentation, published in a PDF format, and advertise on the EPU webpage, the Alumni webpage, and the Alumni platform from November 4th through December 17th. We will use ASFM's communication channels to promote the Holiday Market, and you will be able to share the PDF with Friends & Family. Sales will be done directly through your contact information.

This year, the Holiday Market would like to support our students' community service initiatives. We will kindly ask each participant to donate $250 pesos to the following HS Character Education initiative. If you wish, you can donate more money. Please read the information below:
The Character Education program partners up with neighboring public elementary schools to deepen students´ understanding of the global issue of education in order to develop and execute effective action projects. With the hope to improve the quality of education, we are supporting the Jose Eleuterio González Elementary School in Santa Catarina. The school currently has obsolete non-functioning windows. We are right now working on improving the classrooms on the first floor, and we hope that with your contribution we can start reaching our fundraising goal to work on completing the entire building. The total cost of this project is 372,000 pesos. Please click on the following link to donate!  Your donation is truly appreciated. https://www.moneypool.mx/p/mX7jpZ0

To participate as an entrepreneur, please fill out the following form. Before we publish your product, we need to go over the information shared and give you recommendations as required. Be advised that product sales approval is based on the ASFM vision and mission. Once the products are approved, we will contact you via email to ask for the donation proof (screenshot of donation). After receiving proof of donation, we will send you the Google presentation where you will be able to include your product information.

REGISTRATION FORM

Please be assured that if the health protocols stated by the government change within the following weeks, allowing in-school activities, we will contact you to participate in the on-site ASFM Holiday Market.

Together We Rise,
EPU & Alumni

 

 


 

 

ASFM Golf Tournament
Father & Child         
1st Edition

Educational Strand: Building Community

Hosted by Eagle Parent University
Date: Monday, November 8th, 2021
Time: Arrival 2:00 pm
Tournament 3:00 pm
Guest Activities 4:00 pm
Dinner 7:00 pm
         Awards Ceremony 7:30 pm
Place: Terralta Country Club
Audience: ASFM Families
Registration Fee:
Golfers Fee: $500 pesos per participant
Guests: $280 pesos per person
Registration LINK


Event Description: Join us for the first ASFM Golf Tournament! This golfing event has been designed for fathers with their son or daughter to spend quality time as they play in a 9 - Hole A Go-Go Golf Tournament. Teams are based on categories and handicap; Adults, Juniors (children 13 - 18 years old), and Minors (children 6 - 12 years old). The golf tournament starts at 3:00 pm, please arrive an hour prior to the starting time. As players hit the ball, family members can enjoy refreshments and sports activities located on the tennis courts and playground. Dinner will be served at 7:00 pm, concluding the event at 7:30 pm with an Awards Ceremony for the first three places in each category. Hole in One gets a free golf bag!

Registration deadline is on Nov. 1st, 2021
This event is for the ASFM community only.