Old Road, Congo Town, Monrovia, Liberia, Africa | Phone: 231-777-818-775 | administration@aismonrovia.com

The year of the Mountain Zebra
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Student of the Month: Effort!

The seven characteristics of RESPECT (Responsibility, Effort, Self-Control, Positive Attitude, Effective communication, Cooperation and Tolerance) are used as the AISM Citizenship Code.

This program is also identified on your student report card, which you will have next week for the first Trimester. The Respect citizenship code of student conduct helps us create a positive school culture where students feel safe and excited to come to school and learn.

With our new updated online report card format, the AISM citizenship code will now use the following key:

Citizenship Key
E Excellent
G Good
S Satisfactory
NI Needs Improvement

This month we are pleased to announce the winners -- from EYP to Grade 10 -- for EFFORT!

The winners are below.

We thank our students’ parents for being able to join us this morning to celebrate your students (and your!) achievement.    

Final Reminder,
 
As per Thursday's note below, about how best to end the present hiatus of our robust After School Activity Program, several parents have advised that the link did not work.

If you haven’t been able to select one of the three options in the survey, due to technical issues, please use this new link provided (A parent taught us how to answer the survey question directly from this email -- we are all learners here at the American International School of Monrovia.):  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YF5D7JD

Our goal is to find out if there is parent and student interest in concluding the After School Activity Election period hiatus on November 20th. To do that, we need your help in assisting us with this quick 10-second survey.

Truncated message from Thursday and UPDATED LINK for ASAP below:

As we are all aware, the Liberian Election Cycle has not concluded.  Yesterday, during our staff meeting, we had a team discussion on how best to take the ASAP program off the Election Cycle Hiatus. Some points that were raised:

  • There will be four weeks left of the program until Christmas Break.
  • Due to an increase in traffic, both in the morning and afternoon, students might not make it home at a reasonable hour, and they are already getting up earlier than before to compensate for morning traffic.
  • The school will be hosting a 10th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, December 8th from 3:00 – 4:30.
  • What happens to the fees that were paid for cooking class, or other classes, if parents do not wish to continue the first part of our ASAP Program for the final month?

We reached the conclusion that a parent survey would be sent out.   If 50% of our parents would like the program to restart, our team is ready and happy to do so!  It would then resume on Monday, November 20th, to avoid interfering with the MAP testing and the end of the Trimester Activities.

Please choose one option from the survey by COBD at 17:00 today, as per the new link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YF5D7JD

Let's have a busy and great week. Be sure your students have plenty of rest and healthy food for MAP testing.
 
Jeff

Important Information:  This morning the Director's 200th message was posted to the website.  www.aismonrovia.com

Contact Information

Old Road, Congo Town, Monrovia, Liberia, Africa | P.O. Box 1625 | Phone: 231-777-818-775
administration@aismonrovia.com

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