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WorldFest! - Please Help. WorldFest! is a celebration of our school’s cultural diversity that will be happening during the school day on April 28th. We will also be celebrating our school’s 30th anniversary on that day. The day will feature a flag parade, a musical celebration, student activities, and one of our great AISL traditions: The International Food Fair. This fair is designed to allow our students to sample food from around the world. Please help make the food fair a great success by signing up to bring a platter of food that will expose our students to a taste of your home country. Please sign up here. We need a lot of volunteers in order to provide enough food for more than 500 students. I appreciate your help.
30th Anniversary Party! Please plan to join us for our 30th Anniversary Dinner Dance on May 6th at 1900. Tickets are available at the main office for K300. The evening will feature dinner, dancing, a cash bar, and a silent auction. All proceeds will be used to support our scholarship program. If you have any questions or are willing to donate something for the silent auction, please email email@example.com. Tickets are limited so be sure to buy yours soon.
Wine-Tasting with Go Vino! This year’s prom planning committee is hosting a Wine Tasting event on Friday, April 21 from 16:00-18:30 on the lawn in front of the library. Tickets are K250 and include tasting of the wines, braai and salads, and a photography exhibition. Please come and enjoy some great wines and great company while supporting the prom planning committee.
ISSEA! This week our scholar-athletes are participating in four ISSEA events. Our girls and boys football teams are going for the gold in Addis Ababa, our tennis and golf teams are in Harare, and our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) team is in Maputo. Go Leopards!
Canteen Survey! Like us, our food service provider, Sunflower Kitchen, is continuously trying to improve their service to the AISL community. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey about our Tuck Shops. It will take only about 3 minutes of your time and will provide us with valuable feedback. We will also be gathering feedback from our students.
Possible Lilayi/Makeni Bus Route! We are exploring the possibility of adding a bus route to the Lilayi/Makeni area. Naturally, we need a minimum number of students to make this route viable. If you think you would be interested and would like to learn more, please contact our Transportation Coordinator, Ms. Faith Dube.
Study Week for Grade 12 Students! In accordance with a long-standing tradition here at AISL, the Grade 12 students are granted one week of study leave before the IB exams begin. That study leave will begin on April 24. Grade 12 students are not required to attend classes during that week, although they are welcome (and encouraged) to come to campus to study or review with their teachers. As you can imagine, it is a busy and stressful time as these students try to review the last two years of intensive studies. Despite it being a school holiday, IB exams begin on May 1. Please join me in wishing our Grade 12 students good luck on their IB Exams!