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BAIS Buzz, September 22nd, 2023

From the Elementary Principal

Dear Elementary Parents,

We wanted to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you for making our first-ever Fairy Tale Literacy Night an enchanting success! Your presence and active participation truly made the evening magical.

A hearty congratulations goes out to our amazing 3rd-grade class for achieving an outstanding 100% attendance rate and winning the well-deserved ice cream party! Your dedication to your children’s education is truly commendable.

The event was a fantastic triumph, with teachers, parents, and students coming together to celebrate the joy of reading and storytelling. Witnessing these heartwarming interactions and shared moments was truly special.

We hope that you and your family had a fantastic time, indulging in the literary wonderland and enjoying the fairy tale-themed festivities. Your support means the world to us, and we eagerly anticipate hosting more exciting events in the future.

A special shout-out goes to our dedicated teachers who generously donated cookies and snacks, adding to the evening’s delight. We couldn’t have done it without your support and commitment. Also, a big thank you to our amazing Elementary teachers for their unwavering support and for organizing this wonderful event.

Once again, thank you for being a part of our Fairy Tale Literacy Night adventure. May the magic of books continue to enchant your lives, and may you be blessed with many more literary journeys together.

Warmest regards,

Richie Morris 

Elementary Principal

In this Issue

Important Dates


The prophet Muhammad Birthday – National Holiday


No School





End of First Quarter/ Half Day


Mid Semester Break

Week Without Walls Reminders

  • WWW is October 2-6, students should arrive at school at 7:45am each day during WWW as there will be no late-start Wednesday that week.
  • Students will be dismissed at the normal time each day (except for groups that include overnight stays), and note that Friday, October 6 is a half-day (11:55am dismissal).
  • Parents should receive a permission slip from your child’s project leader with additional information about the project your child is participating in, please sign and return this form by the deadline. Reach out to the project leader with any specific questions regarding your child’s WWW group.
  • During WWW, there is no school lunch ordering option, check your child’s permission slip information for lunch arrangements. 
  • Parents are encouraged to join us for a WWW Closing Assembly & Potluck at 10:30am on Friday, October 6th.
  • WWW Groups and more information about the WWW Closing Assembly & Potluck can be viewed here

BAIS Clinic Info

Dear All, 

As a reminder, in the BAIS parent student handbook on pages 13 and 14 (contagious diseases and determining Illness), students will be required to be absent and sent home if any of the symptoms/diseases listed are present.

The following diseases are contagious, and students (and families) will be required to be absent:

  • Covid-19 (Required test)
  • Chicken Pox
  • Head Lice
  • Viral Hepatitis A
  • Impetigo
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella-German Measles
  • Ringworm
  • Scabies
  • Scarlet Fever
  • Whooping Cough
  • Conjunctivitis (pink eyes)

Students are required to be sent home immediately if they have these symptoms and symptoms must be absent from the child for at least 24 hours before returning to school:

  • just vomited
  • fever 
  • moderate to severe diarrhea
  • draining skin rash or lesion
  • head lice
  • pink eye
  • grossly productive cough
  • Covid-19 symptoms (similar to many of the above) 


For students who experience seasonal allergies, they may continue to attend classes, but if they experience any changes in symptoms, they must seek an assessment by a healthcare provider. 

The purpose of this policy is to prevent the spread of illnesses to the other students. Please help us by reminding your children and students to:

  • Cover their mouth (with their arm) when they cough and sneeze
  • Wash hands or use antiseptic gel frequently
  • Get at least 9 hours of sleep nightly
  • Eat well-balanced meals with fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Take a multivitamin daily

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

dr. Mayke Rosalina Rompas
School Doctor

School Portrait Day

Monday, September 25th -> get your smile ready.

Students who have PE on Mondays, please wear a nice shirt for your pictures.

Student ID cards will be available after the mid-semester break. Parents will have access to their students portrait and class picture after mid-semester break via their baisedu Google Drive.

Students who are absent will have an opportunity to have their school portrait taken suring 2nd semester. They will be missing from the class photo.

BAIS Family Swag

Monday, September 25th is the last day to order BAIS Swag at the sale price. 

New SWAG will be here in time for IISSAC Soccer, just in time to share your BAIS pride with the other schools. Link to the order form is here.

Badminton Club

On Friday, 22 September, from 3:45 PM to 7:00 PM, we would like to invite you to join us for our first-ever Badminton game at BAIS! This special evening is for both parents and students, where together we will:

  • Witness the progress of our badminton club students’ skills.
  • Cheer the player for their hard work.
  • Enjoy the fun gathering time.
  • Your presence will make this friendship game merrier!

If you have any questions, please contact our Athletic Director at athletics@baisedu.org or stop by the AD office.

Thank you,


Badminton Coach