From the Elementary Principal’s Desk
Next Thursday and Friday, BAIS will have our annual Student-led Conferences. Student-led Conferences are a chance for the students to meet with their parents or guardian to reflect on their yearly progress, present their portfolios, and receive feedback on this year’s goals. Instead of the traditional conference where teachers are leading in English, during the Student-led conference, the PK-12th graders have the chance to lead these conferences in their language home language. BAIS chooses this particular style of conferencing because it provides the opportunity for students to understand and take ownership of their learning. We also feel that this conference structure builds better communication and stronger relationships with all families. Over these next few days, you should receive communication from your student’s elementary homeroom teacher with more detailed information regarding the date and time of your child’s conference. Please let the teacher know right away if you will be unable to attend the conference and will need to reschedule. We are hoping for 100% participation from each of our families. We look forward to seeing you sometime May 9th from 3 p.m – 7:30 pm. or May 10th from 8 a.m.-11:30 p.m.
Charity LaMertha Ed.S.
Elementary Face the Facts!
Students, start practicing! The Face the Facts finals will be on Tuesday, May 28.
Prelims will be the previous week.
- Lower Elementary – addition and subtraction to 20s
- Upper Elementary – multiplication and division to 144 (12s)
We will send home participation permission slips in mid-May, but start practicing now!
Senior Graduate Concert
Paul Walker, Jade Kim, and Daniel Nix
May 10th, at 1:00, Music Room
Everyone is welcome to attend. Come and celebrate with us!
Athletics & Club News
IISSAC Cross Country Results
|5K – Boys|
|Woo Hyun (Kris) Kim||9||23:32|
|5K – Girls|
|3K – Boys|
|Gun Sherlock Jung||4||14:06|
|3K – Girls|
|Azariah W Ramappa||1||8:15|
IISSAC Badminton Results
Congratulations to JunHyeon Jake Lee for placing second in the second seed placing!
IISSAC Swim Results
|Stefanie Kazumi||3||25m Freestyle & 25m Butterfly|
|Nicole Katsumi||3||50m Breastroke|
|Michael Hartono||1||Boys 10-13 50m Medley and Freestyle Relays|
|2||200m IM; 100m Breastroke; 50m Butterfly|
|3||100m Freestyle & Backstroke|
|Raphael Kurniawan||1||200m IMl 100m Freestyle, Backstroke, and Breaststroke; 50m Butterfly; Boys 10-13 50m Medley and Freestyle Relays|
|Darren Lie||1||Boys 10-13 50m Medley and Freestyle Relays|
|JiSeong Shin||1||Boys 10-13 50m Medley and Freestyle Relays|
After School Clubs and Activities
This final season of after school activities and clubs officially ends this Friday! However, some clubs will continue for the next couple weeks. Below is a list of each club’s final meeting day.
BAIS will host a 3×3 men’s basketball tournament this Saturday, May 4, from 2-6pm. The tournament is open to the first ten male-only teams to register. It is a double-elimination bracket. Only one player below 9th grade is allowed on each team. 100.000Rp registration fee per team. Contact Paul Walker if you are interested in competing.
Please come out for a community softball game on May 11 at 9am. All parents, staff, secondary students, and community members are invited to join the friendly, non-threatening softball game. Contact Miss Arrington if you are interested in competing.
|Elem. HW Club, Guitar, Indonesian Language, Orchestra, and Korean Language||May 3|
|Elem. Basketball and Rumah Tanah Liat||May 7|
|Secondary Basketball||May 9|
|Pak Karjono Swim||May 10|
|Intermediate Badminton||May 15|
|Young Tigers (*will meet on Monday and Wednesday for two weeks)||May 15|
|Robotic and Beginner Badminton||May 17|
End-of-Year Information for Secondary Students
Senior (12th grade) Exit Interview Schedule:
|Friday, May 10||9:00 – 10:00||Josiah Kim||Mr. Thomas|
|Friday, May 10||10:00 – 11:00||Haram Jeong||Mr. Thomas|
|Monday, May 13||8:00 – 9:00||Daniel Nix||Mrs. Sianturi|
|Monday, May 13||8:00 – 9:00||Ruizhi Lin||Mr. Thomas|
|Tuesday, May 14||8:00 – 9:00||Jade Kim||Mr. Nielsen|
|Tuesday, May 14||9:00 – 10:00||Kezia Sinaga||Mr. Nielsen|
|Wednesday, May 15||8:00 – 9:00||Kirstie Ko||Mr. Nielsen|
|Wednesday, May 15||8:00 – 9:00||Paul Walker||Mrs. Sianturi|
|Wednesday, May 15||9:00 – 10:00||Lukas Sutandi||Mr. Nielsen|
|Wednesday, May 15||9:00 – 10:00||Jane Shin||Mrs. Sianturi|
*Parents are welcome to attend the senior exit interviews.
Final Exam Schedule for Seniors (12th grade)
- Monday, May 13 – Math – 1:00-2:30
- Tuesday, May 14 – English – 1:00-2:30
- Wednesday, May 15 – Social Studies – 1:00-2:30
- Thursday, May 16 – Bible – 1:00-2:30
- Friday, May 17 – Science – 8:00-9:30
AP Exam Schedule
|7:45AM to 12:00PM||12:00PM to 4:00PM|
AM US Government and Politics
PM Chinese L/C & Environmental Science
PM Physics C
AM Spanish L/C
PM Japanese L/C & Physics 1: Algebra-based
AM Calculus A/B & B/C
PM Art History & Human Geography
AM English Literature & Comp.
PM Euro. History & French L/C
AM English Language & Comp.
PM Italian L/C & Macroeconomics
AM Chemistry & Spanish L/C
PM German L/C & Psychology
AM Comp. Gov’t. & Politics & World History
AM US History
PM Computer Sci. Principles & Physics 2
AM Microeconomics & Music Theory
PM Comp. Sci. A & Latin
Notes for Seniors (12th grade)
Once you have completed (1) the AP exam for the course (2) the final exam for the course and (3) all outstanding coursework that is due, you are excused from your class. Until that time, you are required to attend each class. On days you have an afternoon AP exam, you are excused from classes after 4th period (11:27pm) for final exam preparations. If your AP exam begins at 7:45, please be ready at 7:35. If your AP exam begins at 12:00, please be ready at 11:45.
Student-Led Conferences (SLC) are a great time to celebrate the growth, learning, and achievements of your student this year. BAIS would appreciate 100% attendance at this event, if possible.
|May 9, 2019||May 10, 2019|
|3:00PM to 4:00PM||8:00AM to 9:00AM|
|4:00PM to 5:00PM||9:00AM to 10:00AM|
|5:00PM to 6:00PM||10:00AM to 11:00AM|
|6:00PM to 7:00PM|
Parents and students may come for any of these sessions. There is no sign-up required. BAIS would love 100% attendance at these important SLC. Teacher are available to meet with as needed.
Students should be prepared to share the following:
- MAP Scores from September and April
- Writing Assessment Scores from September and April
- Subject-specific assessments students are especially proud of
- Assessments that were retaken that demonstrate growth
- Awards and achievements from this school year
The following are some guiding questions you may ask your students
- What was your favorite class this year and why?
- How did you grow spiritually this year? What did you learn at chapel/SEW/WWW?
- To what extent were you impacted by after-school-activities or sports this year?
- What did you think of the retake system for summative assessments? Did it help you learn?
- What was one summative you initially did poorly on that you were able to demonstrate a lot of improvement in?
- Did you have any discipline problems this year?
- How well do you organize and manage your time and resources?
- How can you continue to grow this summer?
- What goals do you think you will set for next year?
SLC Classroom Assignments
|6th||203||Mr. Davis & Mr. Ernsberger|
Final Exam Schedule for Grades 6-11
|May 27, 2019||Bible||1:00PM to 2:30PM|
|May 28, 2019||English|
|8:00AM to 9:30AM|
9:30AM to 10:00AM
10:00AM to 11:30AM
|May 29, 2019||Social Studies|
| 8:00AM to 9:30AM|
9:30AM to 10:00AM
10:00AM to 11:30AM
*If a student has conflicts, taking two social studies classes for example, the teacher and the student will work out an alternative exam schedule with the student.