On Friday, Sascha sent a message to the community with the latest information about AISM as it relates to the campus closure, distance learning, and the current plans for next year.
Director of Learning Sam Sherratt sent a email to all parents with a review of the week along with a request to complete a survey on various elements related to the first week of distance learning. Read the letter and follow the survey links here.
Some students are participating via Zoom when it is 17:00 in Maputo, but for some of their classmates, it is as early as 08:00 or as late as midnight. Check out where AISM Buffalos are logging on from! You can zero in on a country or just get a global picture and marvel at the dedication of our learners and our teachers.
Our Library collection has over 200 e-Books from the classic Morpurgo collection to picture books and Financial text. There is something for every reader. Many genres to choose from: Humorous, Mystery, Dystopian and many more.
Read the message to secondary school parents that was sent on Friday.
In addition to distance learning activities, the Community Connections efforts continue. In this letter from director of community partnerships Colleen Fletcher, she offers some ways your students can help or be helped by others students.
We may not be on campus, but that doesn't mean we can't wear Capulana on Friday, April 10 and share a picture of you (and your family) so we can add it to our AISM Distance Learning Album.
The Integrated Learning Team is continuing to offer after school activities while campus is closed. You can find them here: AISM Distance Learning After School Activities
The page has activities for grades 1-3, 4-5, 6-8, and 9-12. There are STEM, language, arts, and physical activities for all age groups. They are updated each week. Try them all starting today!
Read on for more information.