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“Sleep in the Deep” Lock-In

BAIS Students in Grades 2 and older slept at the school for our Student Council-led “Sleep in the Deep” Lock-In party on Friday, May 4th, and Saturday, May 5th. The party included underwater-themed decorations, games, crafts, and a movie, and of course pizza, popcorn, and loads of fun!

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Pre-K Celebration of Learning

On April 20, 2018, the Pre-K class presented in front of all the other BAIS students, teachers, and many family members, to share what they have been learning about in school. Highlights of this Celebration of Learning presentation included each child’s description of their personal characteristics, as part of their celebration of diversity for this…

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Pre-K Celebration of Learning this Friday

This Friday from 11:45am to 12:15pm, the BAIS Pre-K students will share what they have been learning across all the subjects. All the rest of the teachers and students will be in the audience, and BAIS parents/caretakers are all welcome to join us. We hope to see you there!

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BAIS Character Education Values for May

Our Character Education values for May are patience and understanding. Patience means the ability to remain calm and deal with a long wait or with a frustrating situation. Understanding means being willing and able to understand other people’s behavior and forgive them if you don’t agree with their behavior. Let’s all work together to practice…

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Inter-School “BAIS Olympics” Competition

Congratulations to all students from BAIS, the French School, and Fandema School who participated in the second annual BAIS Olympics on Saturday, March 24th. It was a great day of friendship, competition, and sportsmanship. Congratulations to BAIS who was winner of the school-wide trophy this year!

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Student Council Lock-In May 4th-5th

The BAIS Student Council has organized a lock-in for all students in Grades 2 and up.The theme of the lock-in is “Sleep in the Deep,” so there will be underwater-themed games and decorations, and we will watch the movie Shark Tale. Activities will start at 5:30pm on Friday, May 4th, and students should be picked…

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Service-Learning Project

Our student are working with local artist and activist Njogu Touray to learn to make recycled biomass briquettes, which serve as an alternative cooking fuel to charcoal. We will travel to the village of Makumbaya to teach people in the village how they can make their own briquettes, which will result in fewer trees being…

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Overnight Field Trip to Wassu Stone Circles

The Middle School and High School students went on an overnight trip March 9th-10th to see the famous Wassu stone circles, which connected to their Humanities unit on ancient West African kingdoms. It was an adventure for the group as we crossed the river on the ferry twice in the same time, and we spent…

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Service Learning Field Trips to Makumbaya

On Wednesday, May 23rd, and Thursday, May 24th, BAIS students will travel to Makumbaya Lower Basic School to put their learning into action! Through advocacy and art, this year’s Service Learning Project has focused on deforestation. During these field trips, students will participate with Makumbaya students to: – Promote, demonstrate, and create biomass briquettes for…

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Middle & High School Field Trip to Wassu and Keneba!

The middle and high school teachers are preparing an overnight field trip to Wassu and MRC Keneba from Friday, March 9th, to Saturday, March 10th. This will connect with students’ learning about ancient West African kingdoms, offering insight into the role geographic factors play in the development of local civilizations. We will also go on an excursion…

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