From the Elementary Principal’s Desk
Next week is the start of September and with it comes our “Safe September” month at BAIS. Starting last week and then over the next few weeks, we will be focusing on our 4 major safety drills: Fire, Earthquake, Code Yellow, and Code Red.
The first drill we start practicing was the Fire Drill.
Student reviewed how to STOP, DROP, and ROLL if they were ever on fire.
We also talked about that in the case of a fire, it is important to GET OUT and STAY OUT.
I would encourage you to talk with your family about a fire safety plan at home and then practice that plan all together. Some question to discuss could be… What is the safest and quickest way to exit the house in case it is on fire? Where is a place for the whole family to gather once they are outside? Who does the student call in case of a fire? Do they know how to make that call?
This week we also began practicing the Earthquake Drill with our school counselor, Mrs. Newell.
Students learned that the first thing to do in an earthquake is
Drop, Cover, and Hold On. Once the shaking has stopped then it is important to evacuate the building. A great resources for earthquake safety procedures can be found on the website earthquakecountry.org/sevensteps/.
Again, I would encourage you to take time as a family to talk about your earthquake safety plan at home.
If you have any questions about fire safety, earthquake safety and the school safety drills, please see me or any of the admin team.
Mrs. Charity Sianturi
Clean Up Bandung Day
Mark your calendars for the morning of Sunday 16 October 2016!
BAIS, in partnership with Peduli Ciptaan, will participate in Clean Up Bandung Day. Please consider whether your family might be able to join!
More information for interested volunteers will be forthcoming. The event will take place in Bandung and will be finished by noon.
Ms. Jana Dickman
I trust you are doing well. Here at BAIS, the school year has started well. We wanted to take this opportunity to remind you of the payment options that BAIS allows here in Indonesia.
- For Indonesian Rupiah cash payments, please pay directly to the BAIS Finance Office during office hours. BAIS accepts cash payments between 7:45 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
- For bank transfers, please pay directly to the BAIS bank account with full detailed information regarding the student’s name and grade in the information section of the bank form. The bank account information is the following:
Bank Name: PT Bank Permata
Bank Address: Jalan Merdeka No. 66, Bandung
Account Name: Yayasan Bandung Alliance Intercultural School
Account #: 809-01-8415
Swift Code: BBBAIDJA
Please note that BAIS does not accept Giros, Checks, or ATM transfers as a payment method. If you have any questions please contact the finance team at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr. Nielsen at email@example.com.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Mr. Mark Boccaccio
Secondary Principal Update
There is continued student engagement and enthusiasm in the secondary school. It appears most students are getting the sleep they need to be active and engaged learners on campus. Keep it up!
- There is no writing assessment from August 30-September 2. The writing assessment will be held on September 16 during English classes.
- September 23 is a half day with periods 1-4.
- Varsity soccer rosters are being finalized this week.
- Activities registration is next week. Please turn in registration forms and fees to the athletic and activities director, Ms. Linnette Vasquez during secondary lunch.
- Tests will begin on September 5 and continue through September 15. Please see the detailed schedule in this BAIS Buzz.
I extend a big thank you to all the risk takers who ran for Student Council positions. Congratulations to everyone involved!
Our next chapel is on September 1 during 3rd and 4th periods.
Lastly, if you have any questions, concerns, or affirmations, do not hesitate to contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Jeremy Thomas
Dear Elementary Parents,
As you are considering having your elementary student try out for the musical, I wanted to let you know there will be no childcare provided for elementary students participating in The Sound of Music on Wednesdays between 2:45 and 4:30, which is the beginning of play practice. This is due to the teachers involved having extended classes and other teaching commitments right before the rehearsal. Elementary students involved in The Sound of Music will need to be supervised by a parent if they remain at school or must go home and come back at 4:30. Thank you for your interest in the musical and for understanding the supervision needs for elementary.
Ms. Beth LaMertha
Fall MAP Testing Schedule
|Mon 9/5||2nd & 3rd||Math||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Mon 9/5||10th||Math||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
|Mon 9/5||6th & 8th||Math||Comp Lab 1||3 and 4|
|Mon 9/5||9th & 12th||Math||Comp Lab 2||3 and 4|
|Tue 9/6||7th||Math||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Tue 9/6||6th & 8th||Reading||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
|Tue 9/6||2nd & 3rd||Reading||Comp Lab 1||3 and 4|
|Tue 9/6||11th||Math||Comp Lab 2||3 and 4|
|Wed 9/7||4th & 5th||Math||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Wed 9/7||6th & 8th||Language||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
|Wed 9/7||7th||Reading||Comp Lab 1||3 and 4|
|Wed 9/7||9th & 12th||Reading||Comp Lab 2||3 and 4|
|Thurs 9/8||10th||Reading||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Thurs 9/8||11th||Reading||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
|Thurs 9/8||2nd & 3rd||Language||Comp Lab 1||3 and 4|
|Thurs 9/8||4th & 5th||Reading||Comp Lab 2||3 and 4|
|Fri 9/9||4th & 5th||Language||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Fri 9/9||9th & 12th||Language||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
|Fri 9/9||K & 1st||Math||iPads 1st G||1 and 2|
|Fri 9/9||7th||Language||Comp Lab 1||3 and 4|
|Fri 9/9||10th||Language||Comp Lab 2||3 and 4|
|Mon 9/12||NO SCHOOL|
|Tue 9/13||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Tue 9/13||11th||Reading||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
|Tue 9/13||K & 1st||Reading||iPads 1st G||3 and 4|
|Wed 9/14||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Wed 9/14||Make up||All grades||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
|Wed 9/14||Comp Lab 1||3 and 4|
|Wed 9/14||Make up||Language||Comp Lab 2||3 and 4|
|Thurs 9/15||Comp Lab 1||1 and 2|
|Thurs 9/15||Make up||All grade||Comp Lab 2||1 and 2|
After School Activities Program
Please visit our after school activities page to view more information and download the registration information.
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