Kaylyn Julian

18 posts

A Chance to Give

Today is December 1st, and it marks the beginning of the Christmas season. A season where we celebrate God’s gift of his Son to us. When we think of the immense gift of God sending his son, it should move us to give also. Give to those in need, to […]

What Does BAIS Mean to You?

Being part of the BAIS staff means… family while so far away from family.  – Ms. Harvey BAIS is a manifestation of God’s faithfulness, grace and truth. – Pak Hendri Being part of the BAIS staff gives my family a strong sense of purpose, and an overwhelming sense of belonging. – Mr. Cantrall It is a […]

Why the PSAT?

We all know that when we do things with experience it goes smoother. That same idea applies to standardized testing especially with the added pressure of doing well on a test that could affect your future university offers. At BAIS we want to remove some of those pressures and set up […]

6th Grade Boot Camp

On Thursday 24th September, 6th Grade students were invited to come on campus from 9am until 12:40pm for a special learning opportunity. The 6th Grade teachers provided socially distanced in-person training on such matters as:  How to better navigate PowerSchool  (a web- based application that allows parents and students to log into a secure account […]

TK Online

I am a preschool parent, and it is hard! Our little learners need lots of support, play, and interaction, which is so hard to do online. Thankfully our BAIS PreK-Kindergarten teachers, Ms. Lane, Ms. Hays, and Mrs. Squiers are doing all the things to make sure our little learners succeed. […]

Math Online: Mr. Ernsberger

Just today I started using a collaborative whiteboard with a few of my math classes. It’s a tool that lets my students connect and communicate with each other, without interrupting me over audio; one of my pet peeves about online teaching is that the “only one person speaks at a […]

Elementary Online

Despite the routines we have developed over the years, schooling has never been a “one size fits all” endeavor. In fact, research has shown that each student possesses their own, unique learning style. Ending last year in emergency mode, teachers felt the need to keep subjects flowing, so that material and content […]

New Director: Mr. Thomas

This year Mr. Thomas (MS ED) will be stepping into a new role as director. We already know and appreciate Mr. Thomas for the work he has done as secondary principal the last four years at BAIS. He has been working in school leadership for the past 12 years and […]