Buffy has been busy visiting Community Connection projects. This past week, Buffy visited the Bobole Bats and worked with local women to make important masks using the AISM capulana.
Grades 9 and 10 Science participated in AISM's first Rube Goldberg Machine Project. A Rube Goldberg Machine is a contraption intentionally designed to perform a simple task in an indirect and overly complicated way. Using common, household materials, students had to raise the AISM Logo 1 meter in the air, but with many other requirements. Check out the full story and three videos.
The class of 2020 has had an unforgettable year. We will honor their accomplishments with a virtual graduation ceremony on Friday, 29 May beginning at 17:00 CAT (GMT +2). The ceremony will be conducted via a Zoom webinar.
From cooking classes to rubber band powered cars to fitness challenges, there activities to participate in every day of the week through the virtual ASA program. Check out the week's offerings.
Read the weekly update on all that is happening in the primary school.
This week's letter includes information and links for everything from graduation to conferences. Check it out here.
The second general meeting of the AISM association will take place via Zoom's webinar feature on Thursday, 28 May beginning at 18:00 CAT (GMT +2). A link and the agenda will be sent via email to all parents on Monday.
We hear you're leaving us. “Your life is a story of TRANSITIONS. You are always leaving one chapter BEHIND while MOVING ON to the next.” (Source: LindaSeidler.com)
Transitions can be very challenging. They bring a mixture of excitement for our next adventure and sadness for leaving our home, our friends and the place we live. It can bring on many feelings. We’ve attached an info sheet to support you and your family. The sheet includes different reactions children can have while going through this process of “Transition” as well as age appropriate strategies to support everyone.
The AISM Buffalo Community group page on Facebook is poised for you to share pictures, videos, and stories as well as ask questions of each other.
Grades 3rd-6th get to enjoy a fun interactive read-aloud with Mrs. Monica. Every Wednesday at 18:00. Click on the Zoom link and the Google Form to Participate.
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Did you order books from our online Book Fair? Please read this important message to learn more about precautions taken by Scholastic due to COVID.
Are you missing the Library as much as I am? Please check out this quick video on creating an Epic! Books account for your kids. Some teachers are using this tool as an additional resource, but if your kids don't have an account, that is OKAY. Creating one is easy, and if your student's teacher uses it in the future, all you have to do is add her/his class code. Check it out!
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.