Hello BAIS community!
At BAIS, we take child safety seriously. One of our core beliefs is that every child deserves to be safe and successful at school. We would like to share some of the ways in which we are working towards higher levels of safety and accountability in this area!
We are grateful to you, BAIS parents, for entrusting us with the education of your children, and we aim to make this campus and all interactions here safe and enjoyable. If you have any questions regarding child safety procedures at BAIS, please do not hesitate to reach out to Mr. Julian (interim head of school) or Ms. Martin (counselor).
Ms. Hayley Martin
BAIS School Counselor
Half Day/ Writing Assessment Grading
Half Day/Staff Retreat
One of the goals of the marketing team this year is to increase the number of followers we have in our social media. We are proud of showcasing our students’ achievements through our social media channels; we want to celebrate your child(ren) accomplishments. Please share with us stories, pictures, or events that involve our students’ success to Hani Ramappa at email@example.com.
So, if you haven’t already, please follow us on Instagram (@baisedu) and Facebook to see what our students and communities are doing, and tell your friends and family about us!
Moving forward together,
Hani Irmawati Ramappa
Wednesday, September 14 Drama Practice
Saturday, September 17 is a full Act 1 practice.
If you are in any scene in Act 1 you are required to be at this practice. Practice is from 1 PM to 4 PM in the MPR. Elementary cast members should be finished around 2:30 and will be free to go home then.
BOB will officially begin practices at the beginning of quarter two. In the meantime, any interested students are encouraged to start reading!
Questions can be directed to ClarissaRibbens@baisedu.org
BAIS uses the data from the MAP tests to determine the areas of celebration, areas of growth, and the placement of classes for next school year for each student. We want to ensure the student is placed in the right level to ensure optimal learning.
Students will need to bring the following items to school with them:
Please ensure that your child has a good night of sleep and a healthy breakfast before coming to school. Your student also should have received a Google Form from me that walks them through on how to set up their devices for MAP testing. Please ensure that they follow the instructions on the Google Form and assist them if needed.
Here’s the schedule and the location: