Cotton candy, bouncy house, baseball toss, snow cones, henna art, and soccer; these were only some of the fun activities students and parents participated in during the annual Amity Spring Carnival on Saturday, May 20th. Unlike the typical academic school schedule, this time, everyone came to Amity on the weekend to enjoy games, music, and food. While the hype music was on, children, students, and parents went to several stations and enjoyed different games. At each one, they had the chance to collect stickers, which was later rewarded with toys. The cheery vibe was felt despite the cloudy and rainy weather. It was a fun outlet to both celebrate the spring and channel out the stresses of the 2016-17 school year. We cannot wait for next year!
456 feet high, 128 miles per hour. On Thursday, May 18th, our high schoolers were able to go on wild rides like Kingda Ka, the tallest roller coaster in the world, and the fastest one in the North America, during their trip to Six Flags. Students spent time on both adrenaline-rushing roller coasters like the Joker, and simply enjoyable ones like the Columbia Carousel. Altogether, the day brought out the crazy child in everyone!
It is with deep regret to inform you that our beloved music teacher, Mr. Kahya has lost his wife. Mrs. Kahya died after a long struggle with cancer. Each of us not only grieves at the passing of a tremendous individual but also for the loss her family suffers. She is survived by Mr. Kahya and her two lovely daughters. Please make your generous contributions for this needy family using this link https://www.gofundme.com/support-nilufers-two-little-angels With our warmest condolences for Kahya family.