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ISSEA Volleyball 2017! Please come cheer on our ISSEA volleyball teams while they compete in the annual International Schools of Southern and Eastern Africa (ISSEA) Volleyball tournament here at AISL. It started this morning with an opening ceremony and our Leopards have been playing hard ever since! On Friday, our Girls’ team will play against AISM at 08:00 in the covered court and our Boys’ team will play IST at 11:45 in the gym. How our teams perform up until then will decide the rest of their schedule for Friday and Saturday. We’ll send out those details once we have them. Having said that, there is great volleyball being played all day Friday and Saturday so please feel free to come along and watch any of it, whether the Leopards are playing or not.
Movember! You will soon be seeing an unusual amount of facial hair (or an amount of unusual facial hair) on campus in the next couple weeks. This is because many of us are supporting Movember! Movember is an international campaign that encourages men to grow moustaches during the month of November in order to raise funds for and awareness of men’s health issues, particularly prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health problems. I hereby challenge the faculty, staff, board members, and parents to join us. Please see below for more details.
Campus Improvement Plan, Phase 1A! We have now started the tendering process for the construction of Phase 1A of our Campus Improvement Plan. This plan is designed to offer modern, purpose-built facilities that support the continuous improvement of the education we offer to our students. I will host an information session on Thursday morning, 2 November at 07:30 in the Protea Tree Conference Room. Please come learn more about this exciting project and gain a better understanding of how we use our capital funds to improve our programs. There will be a brief presentation and then a walking tour so please wear comfortable shoes.