Ms. Eleanor’s class created their own “Bandana Wearing Holiday”! Our Little Panthers had a fun day wearing bandanas based on book characters, cartoons, and even certain periods of time in history.
A big welcome to Upper School, who are back on campus in both Barra and Gávea! We are glad to have our US students in person with us again for this new semester.
Some of our Lower School students are already back on campus for their classes, while others join us from home as part of the Parallel Distance Learning plan.
Students from Grade 1 at Gávea learned about very special people: the ones who work hard to make our school run smoothly!
After two weeks of Hybrid Physical Education, Middle School students had the opportunity to participate in soccer, volleyball, and basketball classes.
It's the spooky season again! Even though our Halloween party was a bit different this year, our Panthers still had so much fun dressing up and going for trick or treating in the school.
Lower School kids are finding new ways to adapt to their new reality at school pretty quickly! Teachers are encouraging their creativity to interact with the environment in a safe way.
With the upcoming return to school, we want to clarify every question Lower School students might have. What are they curious to know about?
How are our students doing since their return to campus? Are things going well?
Panthers, welcome back to campus! After months working on Distance Learning only, we started Hybrid Learning this week with Lower School and Upper School Grades 11 and 12.
Upper School students Andres, Juliana, Josefina, Martina and Yewon have been featured at the IB Official Blog with Costurando Contra Covid-19!
It is time to “matar as saudades”! Our campuses will gradually reopen for classes and activities.
EARJ SOS Club will present the 1st Rock-a-Thon Live Against Cancer! The event is a new spin on our traditional Walkathon Against Cancer, which couldn’t be held this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. With music and fun, the EARJ community will engage to raise awareness and proceeds for INCA (National Cancer Institute).
Our Upper School students asked questions to a NASA astronaut, while he was in space!
A group of High School students from EARJ is helping Rocinha residents during the pandemic. They have been making face masks and working with volunteers to distribute them to the community.
The EARJ Community has partnered and supported Rocinha families for many years. It is crucial that we keep supporting them during these difficult times.
Even though it is an atypical situation, EARJ students and faculty have been adapting well to the #DistanceLearningLife.
We are in our second week of Distance Learning at EARJ. Our biggest victory has been discovering and understanding new ways to learn together, even if not sharing a physical space.