From the Director
Dear BAIS Families,
It has been quite the week, hasn’t it? Thank you for your continued support, flexibility, and understanding as we work hard to get through this current stage together. It appears that things are changing every day and that more and more updates related to cases within our community are being sent out. Even so, I ask that you be encouraged! We believe the challenges we currently face are temporary. We look forward to getting back on campus as soon as possible. Your strength and diligence as parents is incredible. I am continually in awe of the resilience and perseverance shown by our teachers and students. Thank you.
Now that the majority of our students are learning at home during this current period, as much as your work schedules allow, try to spend time with them (virtually or in person, depending on your situation) and remind them that you care for them. Remind them that they are doing a great job. Remind them about how they are loved and that God sees them where they are. No matter their age, whether we are in the midst of a pandemic or not, this type of real encouragement makes a difference in their lives.
As we continue to look for ways to better carry out tracing procedures and the identification of close-contacts, please know that the school’s goals are to minimize disruptions, increase learning, and maintain a healthy and consistent environment for your child. We will be sure to communicate any necessary updates in the coming days and weeks as new information is learned. Please stay safe and may God continue to have his hand over our community.
Congratulations to Frederick Yurianto, Michella Felice, Stephanny Kusmana, and Maelgwyn Hallatu!
- Frederick has been accepted to California State Polytechnic University in California, United States of America
- Michella has been accepted to RMIT University in Melbourne Australia.
- Stephanny has been accepted to Les Roches in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
- Karen has been accepted to the University of Toronto, Canada.
- Maelgywn has been accepted to the following schools in the United States of America:
- The King’s University
- Sacred Heart University
When you see them around campus – make sure to give them a covid-high-five. Please be praying for the rest of the seniors class as they are working or waiting on responses to applications.
Made to Change
Made to Change is conducting another fun, ZOOM webinar on science! Come join our Magic Milk Experiment to do your very own, at-home science experiment, win badges, and earn certificates. In this webinar, kids will learn about surface tension, food molecules, and many more! We hope to see you there!
Sign up via the Google Form below, or through the QR code on our poster.
Sign up: forms.gle/8CXJepBqKbnWgXWv7
Science Class Update
Hi BAIS Family!
Currently, the environmental science class is learning about pollution and how it impacts our environment. As written in the Bible, we (children and adults) are the stewards of Earth (Gen 1:28), so it’s our responsibility to take care of it. It is good to instill a sense of love for the environment from an early age, so the environmental science class created e-books about pollution for children, which have audio versions too. Here are the links to the ebooks. Enjoy!
After School Activities
Due to the uncertainty of when the government is going to lift the suspension for the extracurricular activities, the Athletic Department is cancelling all Quarter 3 clubs. We will work on reimbursements and will notify you personally when they are ready.
If you have any questions please email Hani Ramappa at email@example.com or WA +62 812 1448 1338
University Planning – Free Webinar
8th Grade – 11th Grade Parents,
Please join us for the University Planning webinar live on BAISedu YouTube channel on February 22, 2022 starting at 3PM (GMT+7). This webinar will help you understand a few steps on what it takes to help your students prepare a successful college/university application.