Issue 09 – October 14, 2016

From the Elementary Principal’s Desk

Dear Elementary Parents and Students,

Wow – we are already to second quarter and many exciting things are happening in the elementary over these next few months. In the next week or two, I want to encourage you to be carefully looking through the Friday Folders as there will important information about our new second quarter programs. Here is some information that you should find….

  • Elementary Swim is starting back up. Elementary PE for 2nd quarter will all be in our new swimming pool. Ms. Fulwood will send home a swim letter this Friday explaining all the details.
  • This week is the end of the quarter. Please be on the look out for your students’ report card and other end of the quarter information in next Friday’s Friday Folder, Oct. 21st.
  • Next week starts our I Love to Read focus in the elementary which will culminate in our Elementary Storybook Day. Information should go home in this week’s folder regarding details for this event.
  • This month many of the elementary classes will start an Elementary Garden Project. The elementary garden is located on the steps going down to the soccer field. If you have any experience with gardening I know that many of the classroom teachers would love help or advice. Please feel free to contact your classroom teacher if you have any information in this area.
  • Nov. 3rd-4th is Parent Teacher Conferences. We ask for all elementary parents to attend. You should expect a letter in the next 2 weeks regarding the specific date and time of your conference.
  • Later in the quarter, we will also have Spiritual Emphasis Week and the Christmas Concert. Stay tuned for that information as well.

As I look at all these events, I am excited for these many opportunities as they help us reach our Expected Student Outcomes at BAIS to be Biblical Active Intelligent Serving students.

One final event that will be happening in the elementary this quarter is that I will be stepping away from school for a 3 month maternity leave. My husband and I are expecting the arrival of our new little girl sometime in the next two weeks. I will be out of the office starting October 19th until January 10th. We have divided up my duties between Mr. Nielsen, Mr. Thomas, and various other teachers on staff. If you have a question or a concern regarding the elementary, please check with Ibu Sri and Ibu Leony in the front office, and they will be able to direct you to the person that can help you in my absence. I would welcome all your prayers as I start this adventure as a first time mother and look forward to hearing when I return about the wonderful events that happened while I was gone.

Blessings,
Charity Sianturi
Elementary Principal


SCHOOL COUNSELOR NEWS

Thank you to all who came and supported our 1st Annual World Education Expo International last Friday. We had about 160 students in attendance and 37 different colleges.

Tuesday, November 1st

The NACCAP Fair will bring 12 Christian college recruiters from the US. They will be doing workshops with all high students during the afternoon and will be available for parents to meet and talk with them after school starting at 3pm in the MPR. Please come and learn more about the benefits of continuing your child’s Christian education into college!

Wednesday, October 19th

PSAT/NMSQT testing for all 11th grade students. This testing is required. We will begin at 7:45sharp.

Upcoming test dates:

SAT:

  • November 5, 2016
  • December 3, 2016 (May still register through November 3rd)

ACT:

  • December 10, 2016 (May still register through November 4th)

REMINDER: BAIS IS NOW AN OFFICIAL TESTING SITE FOR THE SAT AND THE ACT! Register to test here!

Paula A. Newell
School Counselor


Battle of the Books

The Battle of the Books team is selling dried fruit as a fundraiser.

These make for a great snack for yourself or a gift for friends/family.

Check out these delicious options!

  • 50gr bags of dried mangoes for Rp. 15.000 per bag
  • 100gr bags of dried pineapple for Rp. 15.000 per bag

Mangoes are sold next to Ibu Retno’s desk sold by the BOB team during break-time.

Want a LOT of fruit!? Of course you do, they are delicious! If you would like to make a bulk order, please email me at hermionezhang [at] baisedu.org with the list of what you want. I will deliver your order to your student.

As an added bonus, buying the fruit also supports the SunRei outreach in Malang!


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Sign Up Deadline is Saturday the 15th!

The greater BAIS community (students, families, staff/faculty and friends) may sign up to volunteer for Clean Up Bandung Day using this google form: https://goo.gl/forms/VPJ5eGtDG6MGz1vE2

We are not able to arrange transportation, but we look forward to meeting you on Sunday at 6:40am (6:30 would be even better) at the site: in the front carpark of Kartika Sari, Jl. Ir. Haji Djuanda No.85 (Jalan Dago). As Jalan Dago will be closed to traffic, you will need to park in side streets and walk to the meeting point.

For more information about the event, please contact Ms. Jana Dickman at janadickman@baisedu.org

Hope to see you there!


Sound of Music Rehearsal

October 19, 2016 – 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Scene 1 & 2: “Sixteen Going on Seventeen”

The Nuns & Maria


Secondary Update

  • Sunday, October 16: Clean Up Bandung Day
  • Tuesday, October 18: First Quarter grades updated in Renweb
  • Wednesday, October 19: PSAT/NSMQT for all 11th graders beginning at 7:45. No late start for 11th grade students. All 11th grade students are expected to attend.
  • Friday, October 21: First Quarter report cards go home.
  • Saturday, October 22: ACT hosted at BAIS.

SWIM PROGRAM UPDATE

Hello Parents,

This Second Quarter, your elementary student(s) will have the exciting opportunity to participate in the elementary swim program as part of the Physical Education Curriculum. We at BAIS feel that this is a very important skill to learn for the safety of your child.  Drowning ranks in the top three causes of child related deaths in several countries around the world.

Starting Tuesday October 25th, the entire elementary school will be taking swimming as part of their PE requirements. The 6-week program will be taught by BAIS staff. We are also looking for parent volunteers to help teach or help supervise the students during the swim classes. See the schedule below for the swim times. If you are able to help, please select which days and times you will like to commit to volunteering during the second quarter. Then return the form to the classroom teachers or Ibu Retno for Ms. Fulwood to collect. Letters about the 6-week program will be sent home this Friday in your students’ Friday Folders.

____  Preschool: Tuesdays at 10:05-10:45 am

____  3rd Grade: Tuesdays at 12:50 pm to 1:50 pm

____  Kindergarten to 2nd Grade: Thursdays at 9:29 am to 10:30 am

____ 4th and 5th Grade: Thursdays at 12:50 pm to 1:50 pm

Thank you!

Ms. Fulwood
BAIS Physical Education

ELEMENTARY SPECIALS ROTATION SCHEDULE
DATE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
AUG A B C D E F A B C D E F A B
SEPT C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E
OCT F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A
NOV B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E
DEC F A B C D E F A B C
JAN D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A
FEB B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C
MAR D E F A B C D E F A B C
APR D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B
MAY C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D

SEW Shirt Order Form

Each shirt costs Rp. 80,000. Deadline is October 21st. Participation is optional.
Please turn in the order form attached to this post and your payment to:
• Elementary- Homeroom teacher
• Secondary- Mr. Newell


Download: Issue 09 – October 14, 2016

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