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Science Fair Friday, April 27th

BAIS will host a Science Fair on Friday, April 27th, from 10:30am to 12:15pm, featuring presentations from students in the 2nd through 9th grades. We will be honored to have Professor Umberto D’Alessandro, Director of the Medical Research Council (MRC) in The Gambia, providing opening remarks for the event. We hope to see you at…

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!

BAIS Character Education Values for April

Our Character Education values for April are open-mindedness and acceptance. Open-mindedness means considering different ideas or opinions. Acceptance means including all people and appreciating their differences.

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…

Next Service Learning Activity Fri, May 4

The whole school will participate in a service learning activity Friday, May 4th, from 10:45am to 12:15pm, to design a mural for the village of Makumbaya that will tell a story about the importance of trees and the dangers of deforestation. This follows up on the whole-school service learning activity on Friday, March 29th, where…

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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