From the Director’s Desk
At BAIS, we are proud of our students! As we close out the year, here are just a few great things happening in classrooms across grade levels:
Peer editing their very first four-paragraph essays using the Chromebooks and ‘talking tubes’!Ms. Ribbens, Grade 3
Students are getting better at singing, playing angklungs, and doing motions in time. They also work very well together. They are improving every single day and I am very satisfied with their progress!Ms. Taruna, Music
The 7th graders completed an “Anti-Bullying Campaign” where they came up with ways to spread anti-bullying efforts through the school. Their ideas included education through skits, newspapers, and spreading positivity through social media. Their creativity and thoughtfulness was excellent!Ms. Martin, Counseling
The Grade 6 class has worked together really well to decorate our classroom door and to plan for their SEW car wash. I’m impressed that they each took a job and showed responsibility to accomplish their jobs so that no one had to pick up the slack.Ms. LaMertha, Language Arts/Bible
The 4th and 5th graders are doing a great job of putting the pieces together to see how the Old Testament pointed to the birth of Jesus.Mrs. Stanford, Grades 4/5
The yearbook students are taking great initiative! They are working together in the coolest way – using their strengths in yearbook skills to help others. This is the body of Christ working together, but for yearbook! I love it!Ms. Hall, Yearbook
While reading the Bible during “Dig into Reading”, I had a student ask what the Book of Life was and then asked if his name was in it. I was able to share the Gospel with him (and the group once again). He then said he understood and that his name was in it! So I guess that’s a pretty big “accomplishment”- having that understanding and assurance – I love my job!Mrs. Squiers, Grade 2
Shout out to Kindergarteners for being able to learn a lot of new things! They’ve been learning how to write a sentence and are doing such a great job in Math. Learn well and have fun at school: “accomplished”.Ms. Lane, Kindergarten
First Graders are writing on their own – and it’s a BIG deal! I saw some second graders walk up to welcome a student touring BAIS. They asked the students named and engaged in conversation. My heart was so warmed watching Mrs. Squiers teach them to be welcoming.Mrs. Nainggolan, Grade 1
Here are three quick announcements from the finance dept:
- Please see your BAIS family email for an important announcement from our finance department regarding re-enrollment.
- If you still have an outstanding balance from the first semester, please come to the BAIS finance office to settle your account. Failure to do this will result in your child’s report card being held.
- Starting next week, we will begin sending second semester tuition invoices via email. The due date for second semester tuition payment is on Jan 7, 2022. Please remember that the tuition must be received at the BAIS account before or on the due date. A late fee will be applied to any outstanding account balances.
Thank you for your partnership,
BAIS Finance Office