After-School Activities


BAIS is blessed to have a variety of after school activities running each of the three different BAIS trimesters. Our after school programs are led by many of our very talented and gifted staff and parents who come to BAIS after school to share their gifts and expertise.

This year our trimesters are as follows:

  • Season 1: August 31- November 5 (registration on August 24-26)
  • Season 2: November 16- February 26 (registration on November 9-11)
  • Season 3: March 7- May 20 (registration on February 29- March 2)

Each trimester begins with a “try-out” week so that students may experience what the activity will be like. It is our goal at BAIS to offer programs to stimulate students minds and social skills. Please follow the link below to find out more about our current after-school activities.

 

Activities

Download (PDF): Activities Catalog

  1. Elementary Basketball

Sponsors: Ms. Fulwood

Contact: JamieFulwood@baisedu.org

Grade levels: 1 st ‐ 5 th

Day & Time: Tuesdays & Fri‐YAYs 2:45 – 3:30pm

Location: Basketball court

Fee: NONE

Activity Purpose: Practice and refine basic basketball skills through drills and team play.

** Parents that are interested in volunteering should contact Ms. Fulwood.

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2. Middle School Basketball

Sponsors: Ms. Fulwood

Contact: JamieFulwood@baisedu.org

Grade levels: 6 th ‐ 8 th

Location: Basketball court

Day & Time: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 3:30 – 5:00pm

Fee: Possible travel fees

Activity Purpose: Practice and refine basketball skills through drills, game play, and friendly competitions.

**Signups are on the Athletic Bulletin Board. Students must complete a physical form by the first practice; August 29.

3.   Badminton

Sponsor(s): Mr. Sianturi

Contact: manatap@baisedu.org

Grade levels: 9 th ‐ 12 th

Day & Time: Wednesdays ‐ Fri‐YAYs 3:30 – 5:00pm

Location: Basketball court

Fee: NONE ‐ bring personal racket and shuĥle cock

**Register with Mr. Sianturi. Participants must complete a physical form before the first practice

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4. Battle of the Books

Sponsor(s): Ms. Ripley & Mrs. Nielsen

Contact: KrystleRipley@baisedu.org

Grade levels: 6 th ‐ 12 th

Day & Time: Thursdays 3:40 – 4:30pm

Location: Mrs. Nielsen’s Classroom 207

Fee: 100,000

Activity Purpose: Promote reading through collaboraĕon and competition

**No registration needed. Those with interest should attend our first meeting on Thursday, September 1 st .

2016-2017 Battle of the Books Team

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5. Brazilian Soccer School (BSS) Club

Sponsor(s): Mr. Sandy, BSS

Contact: LinnetteVasquez@baisedu.org

Grade levels: 1 st ‐ 5 th

Day & Time: Wednesdays 2:45 – 4:00pm; begins September 5 th

Location: BAIS soccer field

Fee: 500,000

Activity Purpose: Promote soccer skill development through drills, game play, and friendly competitions.

**Those with interest should register with Ms. Vasquez.

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6. Drama Musical Production

Sponsor(s): Ms. Beth LaMertha

Contact: elizabethlamertha@baisedu.org

Grade Levels: ALL SCHOOL

Day & Time: Practices on Wednesday, from 4:30 – 6:30pm beginning Aug. 24.

Location: MPR

Fee: If offered a role, Ms. LaMertha will inform you.

Activity Purpose: To practice and prepare for the April 6‐8 performances.

** Please get an audition packet from Ms. Beth LaMertha if you are interested in participating in this production.

7. English Language Club

Sponsor: IEP

Contact: Mrs. Carole Nix, Ph.D. Linguistics CaroleNix@baisedu.org

Grade levels: 3 rd ‐ 5 th & 6 th ‐ 12 th

Day & Time: 2:45 – 3:45pm Tuesdays (3 rd – 5 th ) & Wednesdays (6 th – 12 th )

Location: 3 rd ‐5 th Elementary classrooms, 6 th ‐ 12 th Room 219

Fee: ∙ Students new to the program: Rp 750.000 (includes one‐ĕme registraĕon fee and 6 sessions of 1 hour each) ∙ Students who have parĕcipated in the program before: Rp 550.000 (6 sessions of 1 hour each)

Dates of sessions will be provided at registraĕon.

Activity Purpose: This class is designed to help non­native English speakers who would benefit from additional support using the same program that is being used for the Indonesian Program at BAIS. The primary aims are to: ∙ Improve and broaden vocabulary ∙ Improve pronunciation ∙ Provide speaking and listening practice ∙ Work on grammar weaknesses

Number of Participants: Maximum 6 students per class Minimum 2 students per class

*Classes begin the week of September 5 th . Elementary students register in the lobby August 29­31 starting at 2:45pm.

8. Indonesian Language Club

Sponsor: IEP

Contact: Ibu Yohana YohanaPanjaitan@baisedu.org

Grade levels: 1 st ‐ 5 th

Day & Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:45 – 3:30pm

Location: Elementary classrooms

Fee: NONE

Activity Purpose: Students will grow in their understanding and use of the Indonesian Language and Culture through IEP’s unique Six Phase Program. This is the same program that BAIS partners with during the school day. The first six beginner level and the first six intermediate level students to register will be accepted.

*Classes begin the week of September 5 th . Register in the lobby August 29­31 starting at 2:45pm.

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