5 Creative Ways to Stay Connected

Heartwarming videos of people finding any and all ways to stay in touch with one another are flooding social media. From surprise curbside visits from afar to phone chain check-ins, it has been incredible to see so much good during this difficult time. In the 

5 Tips for Tackling Distance Learning

With a few weeks of distance learning under our belts, many are feeling overwhelmed with managing their student’s new schooling program alongside working from home, everyday life and/or caring for additional family members or friends. With that in mind, below are some distance learning tricks 

Aseltine School Participates in GoFundMe’s #GivingTuesdayNow

To help address the impact that the COVID-19 crisis has had on our school, Aseltine is participating in #GivingTuesdayNow: GoFundMe’s Grant Match Program. The first 300 participating nonprofits to raise $1,000 from at least 10 different online donors will receive a matching $1,000 grant from 

COVID-19 Crisis Support Resources

During this time of uncertainty and instability, we know that many families are struggling to maintain the basic, day-to-day necessities we all require. Organizations across San Diego County and beyond are offering a variety of services to help those in need with rent, food, childcare, 

10 Ideas to Keep Kids Busy at Home

Looking for new ways to keep the kids (and, maybe you, too!) busy at home? Outside of the online lessons and work packets students are tackling, below are some fresh, new ways to keep kids busy, engaged and thriving. 1. Take a trip (virtually!) State 

Aseltine’s Guiding Light Reaches Milestone

The Angels of Aseltine Auxiliary was founded in 1983 by Betty Mabee, a true champion of Aseltine School who dedicated much of her life to helping Aseltine students thrive. Originally established as a supportive fundraising arm of the school, the Angels have transformed countless student 

“The Blazeman”

Johnny Blais was an adventurous spirit, avid athlete, and an unforgettable teacher in the halls of Aseltine who became known, fondly, as “The Blazeman”. Johnny’s connection with students stemmed beyond the classroom, and he believed that an active lifestyle could help students develop coping skills 

50 Years of Aseltine School: Celebrating Marian F. Grant

Marian F. Grant was born in northern Illinois in 1925. In 1944, at the height of World War II, Marian married her college sweetheart, Mel, who was a captain in the Air Force. Marian and Mel ended up being happily married for 72 years.  At 

Celebrating 50 Years Of Service

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Aseltine School, and we are taking the opportunity to look ahead to the future and honor the legacy of the school.  In this celebratory moment, we salute our loyal supporters and former colleagues for their contributions to our 

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