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From the School Counselors Desk

Can you feel it? The IISSAC excitement is in the air, and as we draw nearer and nearer to the first game on Friday the atmosphere is electric! I am absolutely ecstatic to be a part of the BAIS team this weekend. The hours of hard work by both staff and parents have once again affirmed that we live and work in a great community.

After the dust settles from the IISSAC event on Sunday afternoon, we will be preparing to welcome the North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals (NACCAP) College Fair. It will begin on Tuesday, November 1st at 11am for all students in grades 9-12 and then they will be in the MPR to visit and chat with all students and parents who would like to attend after 2:45. Please come out and meet representatives from some of the best christian universities in the US.

The day after the college fair the blessings of the week continue as the Korean Dialogue Director’s meeting will occur on November 2 at 1pm in the MPR. This is a great time of year to hear your feedback and hear about what is happening on the BAIS campus.

Then we move on to the Parent Teacher Conferences on Thursday, November 3rd and Friday, November 4th. It is one of my favorite times of the year! I look forward to seeing all of you as you come to the school to hear about your children’s progress.

Last, we then continue to fellowship through our Western Dialogue with Director’s meeting on November 8 at 1pm in the MPR.

As you prepare to come and meet with us in the Parent Teacher conferences next week, I encourage you to think about how we can better partner with you for your child’s education. In the past week you have received your child’s 1st quarter report card, 1st semester MAP testing results, and 1st semester writing assessment results. Take a look at all of these and bring us any questions you may have. We are here and waiting to serve you and your family!

I love seeing our campus busy and full of so much activity. These are great reminders of how blessed we all are to be a part of something so good. Thank you to all of you who daily entrust us with your children’s education. We love having you all here and love being a part of BAIS. Looking forward to all the fellowship opportunities over the next week!

In Him
Mrs. Paula Newell
School Counselor

Sound of Music Rehearsal

November 2, 2016: Scene 3 – Captain, Frau Schmidt, Franz, Maria, and Von Trapp children

IISSAC Tournament Schedule

Here’s the link to the IISSAC page.

North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals (NACCAP) College Fair

Date: November 1, 2016

Secondary Honor Roll

A Honor Roll

Budijono, Melissa
Chandean, Sherine
Gunaman, Angel
Gunthorpe, Oliver
Hirianto, Samantha
Jeong, Hayeon
Kim, Lydia
Kusmana, Stephanny
Lee, Karen
Lee, Sangwha
Nielsen, Rachel
Oeij, Kezia
Park, Ji Hyeon
Purnomo, Audy
Sinaga, Kathlyn
Sohn, Angella
Sung, Yulim
Tantowi, Clarine
Thaniel, Tanudjaja

Chandean, Beltra
Chandean, Valerie
Chun, Bethany
Darmamulia, Daniel
Hartono, Jessica
Heo, Jang Hun
Hirianto, Jessica
Hong, Jun Seon
Hrabar, Matthew
Jeong, Haram
Johnson, Reno
Jung, Heemin
Kartarahardja, Caitlin
Kartarahardja, Devlin
Kim, Josiah
Kim, Tae Won
Ko, Kevin
Kwon, Gyeong Min
Lee, Dong Jun
Lee, Harry
Lee, Jane
Lee, Sung Chun
Lee, Sung Ha
Limandibhratha, Sergio
Lin, Ruizhi
Lukmanjaya, Wilson
McKinley, Rachel
Muljadi, Crystal
Mulyawan, Nicholas
Newell, Rebekah
Nielsen, Emily
Nix, Ben
Nix, Daniel
Noh, Hamin
Park, Jonathan
Primandaru, Rio
Sastra, Jason
Sastra, Vincent
Seo, Joo In
Seo, Joo Young
Shin, Jane
Surjaudaja, Pringgo
Sutandi, Lukas
Tanudjaja, Tivara
Tjut, Bryan
Toh, Ricky
Wiarta, Fedeline
Winesa, Guinevere
Yun, Shin Young

B Honor Rule

Alexander, Maelgwyn
Beintema, Sandor
Byun, Da Ae
Fam, Bryant
Kang, Junha
Kim, Jun Hyeak
Lo, Fallon
McCulloch, Elizabeth
Nam, SangYun
Sinaga, Deo
Sinaga, Karen
Sinaga, Odelyn
Sutandi, Hanna
Widjaya, Ivanna
Willson, Tyler
Womble, Bethany
Astian, Haydn
Bae, Sungjun
Beintema, Kirana
Jahja, Angelica
Kang, Hee Yeon
Kang, Seon Ho
Kim, Chai Eun
Ko, Kirstie
Lee, Rae Na
Purnomo, Owen
Tantowi, Chloe
Tenandar, Jordan
Yurianto, Emily

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