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From the Athletic Director’s Desk

BAIS Family,

I am frequently humbled and impressed by the number of parents, teachers, and staff that invest into the lives of our students. Thank you for your continued involvement in and dedication to our BAIS community. We have been able to offer a variety of new after school activities because parents have helped connect us to outside club sponsors. A special thanks to those parents who have offered to lead new clubs, volunteered at the swim invitational, and played in our staff games.

Next week is our final week of season one after school activities and IISSAC soccer. Thanks to the sacrifice of many teachers and members of the community, we were able to offer twenty different extracurricular activities to our student body! Please consider leading a club/activity in the remaining second and third trimesters of this school year. The new trimester begins November 5 and we are excited about some of the clubs that will be available. Registration for season two and IISSAC basketball tryouts begins Tuesday, October 30. This coming Thursday morning our BAIS soccer players will leave for Bali to compete in the IISSAC Soccer Tournament. In Bali, BAIS will contend with five other schools, Friday through Sunday, and return to Bandung Sunday evening. When you see a BAIS soccer player, please encourage them and ask about their season. Our hope is that the students at BAIS not
only receive a quality education but also are provided a loving, supportive community where they can participate in a variety of new and exciting activities.

Thank you for being a part of our BAIS family and for all you do to contribute to its success.

In Christ,
Mr. Justin Powers

University News

On Monday, October 29 during 6th period (12:21-12:57), Becky Wilson, a representative from Ouchita Baptist University will give a presentation in the second floor computer lab (211) and will have a table set up in the lobby from 2:45-3:30. Ouchita (pronounced wash-i-tah) is a Christian university located in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, United States, and offers generous scholarships to international students. Students may bring their lunch, and parents are also welcome to attend.

On Wednesday, October 31 during 6th period (12:21-12:57), a representative from UBC (University of British Columbia) will give a presentation in the second floor computer lab (211). The University of British Columbia, founded in 1908, is a global center for research, teaching, and learning, and is consistently ranked among the most prestigious international institutions, and one of the top 40 research universities, in the world. Students may bring their lunch, and parents are also welcome to attend.

Drama Practice

Wednesday Oct 24 in the MPR from 4:15 to 6:15 pm
Scenes 1-3 Choreography (please dress accordingly)
Performers: All Performers
Crew: Josiah and Angel

Battle of the Books

For Sale: Dried Mangoes and Pineapple starting next week!

The Battle of the Books team is selling dried fruit again this year! They are a great snack for yourself or as a gift for friends/family.As an added bonus, buying this fruit also supports the SunRei outreach in Malang!

Check out these delicious options!

Dried fruit will be sold next to Ibu Retno’s desk at break time by the BOB team. Want a LOT of fruit!? Of course you do, it’s delicious!

If you would like to make a bulk order, please email kellywongkar@baisedu.org with the list of what you want and it will be prepared for you.

~ Ms. Ribbens & Mrs. Wongkar

Athletics & Club News


IISSAC is next week!

After School Clubs and Activities

Club Highlight of the Week: Science Club

Keep your eyes on the BAIS Buzz for updates, changes, and more information!

SEW – Spiritual Emphasis Week

Our SEW Committee is looking for bottles and containers for a special craft we are going to be making. If you have any of the following items you can drop them by Mrs. Loewen’s desk (in the front office). Thank you!

Download the full issue as PDF: Issue 11: October 19, 2018

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