From the Government Liaison
Time flies quickly and the month of November is almost over, yet the pandemic situation is still not friendly. Everyone continues to face challenges and hard times from personal to business and I want to take this opportunity to invite you to unite our hearts together to thank God, our protector, our life sustainer, and the source of living.
We may not yet see the “harvest” we want to see in every aspect of our life, but there are many other things we can celebrate: His faithfulness during this abnormal time; health and safety for each of our family members; strength when our relative may leave us and return to the Lord’s arms; and for every breath we take that enables us to serve, work and support each other.
Difficulties and limitations are things we can celebrate as well. May these dull and unpleasant circumstances not bind us in the bondage of a tedious life, but with the grace of the Lord let it set us free to pursue the needs of others before ourselves.
A reminder for foreign family’s documents if you move to a different address, don’t forget to file a report to your local police office (Polsek) to get an update of Surat Tanda Melapor (STM). Then request a Surat Keterangan Domisili from your Head of Village or Lurah before you report to the local immigration. It is very important to always update your documents so that you will not get in trouble.
Turkey, bread stuffing, potatoes, cranberries, and pumpkin pie are so comforting and delightful to enjoy with your loved ones and close friends. May our Lord continue to bless and keep us, be gracious and may His peace transcend whatever condition we are in.
School Picture Day(s)
November 30, 2020 to December 9, 2020
Please see the attached letter for the details and schedule regarding school pictures for the yearbook and ID cards.
New Student Scholarship
Dear Parents and Friends,
As one of the marketing initiatives to bring more interest in our school, we are excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for incoming students. These students have to follow the guidelines and meet the criteria stated in the scholarship form. In addition, we also have Finders Fee initiatives for families or individuals who bring new students to BAIS.
For more information about these programs, feel free to contact us at email@example.com or WA +62221012247
Drama Rehearsal Schedule
When: Wednesday, Nov 18, 4:15 – 6:15
What: Scene 3
Where: MPR and Music room
- Lights/Sound – Angel, Sherin, Kadin, Connor
- Cast – Bethany, Ollie, Jinny, Eliza, Kezia, Sandor, Ezra, Mia, Simeon, Samantha, Kathlyn, Karen, Emily, Melissa, Clarine, Audy, Laras
If you are working at home this week, please see the Rehearsal Schedule and click on the tab at the bottom named “Song/Singer”. Please refer to the chat or email for more specific information on songs you need to work on.
I Love to Read Month
ILTR will be extended through Nov.23-25 because of Parent Teacher Conferences. On the last day of I Love to Read we will host an I Love to Read Zoom Party at 8am on Nov.25th. (Zoom will open at 7:40 so you can make sure you’re ready)
Please make sure that you use your real name because we can’t let you in if we don’t know who you are. This will also be a Storybook Day, so dress up as your favorite character. We will do more fun activities as we ends I Love to Read Month.
Contact Ms.Ribbens with concerns. 082154252142
From the BAIS Clinic
We are excited to see you again at BAIS. If your children will be on campus, please be sure that they follow BAIS safety protocols.
As a reminder, in the BAIS parent student handbook on pages 11 and 12 (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:
- Chicken Pox
- Head Lice
- Viral Hepatitis A
- Rubella-German Measles
- 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 over 38 degrees C
- moderate to severe diarrhea
- draining skin rash or lesion
- head lice
- pink eye
- grossly productive cough
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. As we are living in times of much medical alarm and uncertainty, BAIS asks that students with seasonal allergies provide a doctor’s note indicating these symptoms are non-communicable.
The purpose of this policy is to prevent the spread of illnesses to the other students. Please help us by reminding your students to:
- Cover their mouth (with their arm) when they cough and sneeze
- Wash hands or use antiseptic gel frequently
- Practice physical distancing from others
- Get at least 8 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
From the Guidance Counselor
Congratulations to Oliver Gunthorpe!
Oliver has been accepted to Asbury University in the United States and has earned a merit based scholarship. Make sure to congratulate him when you see him around… your Google Meet.
Also, please be praying for the other students in the senior class as they are in the process of applying or are waiting for the decisions to be announced.
IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE A DIGITAL 2019 -2020 (LAST SCHOOL YEAR) REPORT CARD via EMAIL, PLEASE CONTACT THE FRONT OFFICE.