Our Latest News:
Director's Message No. 100
RE: 100th Director’s Message to Community (Today!)
2nd Visit from the Regional Education Officer to AISM Campus (Monday)
September 24th, 2015
REGIONAL EDUCATION OFFICER’S MEETING. MONDAY 3:00PM. SPR!
Over the last few days, I grappled with two historic events that are taking place on our campus over the next few days.
The first is the 100th Director’s Message, while the second being AISM’s school campus visit by the Regional Education Officer from Washington D.C.
Director's Message No. 101
October 2, 2015
This week, as we enter a new month of school here at AISM, we have our feet firmly planted on our educational ground and we are moving forward. On behalf of all stakeholders, here at the American International School of Monrovia, I wish to extend our appreciation for making the second trip of a Regional Education Officer (REO) to AISM, a successful one.
Mr. Tom Shearer (REO) was at our school on Monday of this week to do a fact-finding visit to discover how the school transformed, coped with, and survived the Ebola Crisis of 2014, and the Government Mandated Closure. With several key meetings with our stakeholders, ranging from our teachers, students, parents, Board of Trustees, to diplomatic partners, he gave us a few takeaways to help assist us in continuing the work that we are successfully doing together as a community: (Note: these observations are paraphrased)
AISM 2015 Orientation Afternoon, Start of the School Year
Thursday, August 20, 2015
“The Year of the Swallow” - Maneuverability and Adaptability.
This school year, we are pleased that AISM continues to evolve to meet the overall needs of our student population, and that our school welcomes…the Year of the Swallow!! “The Year of the Swallow” will support the continued expansion of our individualized student centered approach that will allow our staff to maneuver to best meet each student’s needs.
RE: School Orientation. New, Returning and Familiar Faces!
11 May 2015 - Liberia declared Ebola Free on Sports Day
Working to develop life-long independent learners, who can change and evolve to meet challenging new environments; students who will not just be able to SURVIVE, but THRIVE in an ever changing word.
08 May 2015
Hello AISM Sports Fanatics … and welcome to the 48 hour countdown to Sport’s Day!!
Please make sure you know your team color and wear a coordinating shirt. If you are unable to do so, you may wear a neutral color such as: white, black, brown, or grey as to not be confused with another team.
I have received some great questions over the last two days … and it seems that many of you are wondering what THIS YEAR Sport’s day will be like. Thank you for contacting me directly and letting me know you would like a “sneak-peak.” The Parent Committee, along with Ms. Bouta and I, would like most the morning to be a surprise. However, I can let you know that there will be three-leg-races, egg-spoon-races, bean bag toss, hurdles, and many more fun events that should take an average of five minutes at each station.