Issue 36: June 3, 2022

BYOD for Grade 6 and up next school year

BAIS transitioned to the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model for high school a couple of years ago and this had tremendously helped our students to be independent learners. This next school year (2022-2023) we will be requiring all of the secondary students (grade 6 and up) to bring their own device to school. We realize most of our students already have a device due to online schooling that was forced upon us due to COVID19 and that this transition should be smooth. But, if you would like to purchase a new device for your student, then here are some recommendations on the device:

  • For most middle schoolers, a Chromebook that’s built well for education purposes should suffice
  • If you would like to buy a PC laptop, then we would recommend purchasing a device with at least 8GB of RAM, 128GB SSD (or more) storage and has a battery life of 6+ hours. Ensure that the screen size is not too big; a decent portable PC laptop for school size should have a screen size not more than 15 inches.
  • If you would like to buy a Mac, the Macbook Air M1 with 8GB memory should get the job done for most educational needs. If your child is into graphics and media and into editing videos, then you would want to consider getting the Macbook Pro 13″ or the higher specced 14″ Macbook Pro.

BAIS is also selling some of our old Chromebooks on a first-come-first-serve basis at a very affordable price. If you’d like to order, then please use this link to order and follow the instructions that you’ll receive via email to make the payment. If you have any questions or would like to order more than 3 devices, then please fill out the form and reply to the invoice email. We’ll follow up with you.

BAIS IT Department

News from Math and Science Department

Congratulations to Jordan Prince (3rd grade) for winning Gold Medal in Pangea Math World Olympiad 2022. We are incredibly proud of your achievement and accomplishments.

Made to Change

Yes, Made to Change is making some new ✨summer workshops✨! We’re doing two separate webinars this summer in the month of June. 
Come Join Rain Clouds Experiment, a new webinar by Made to Change. This webinar is on June 11, 2022 from 9-10 AM. In this experiment, students will learn about condensation, evaporation, and many other weather-related concepts. Students from 1st-5th grade will learn about science in a fun, interactive way.

Please share this event with your friends!

To join Rain Clouds Experiment: Sign up here

Made to Change is making a 2nd summer webinar! In Repelling Glitter Science, students will learn about surface tension, cohesion, and adhesion.💧 The webinar is on June 25, 2022 from 9-10AM. This event is open for students from 1st-5th grade. We can’t wait to see everyone there!

Please share this event with your friends!

To join Repelling Glitter Science: Sign up here

We can’t wait to see you there!

Secondary Awards Ceremony & Celebration Livestream

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