Issue 14, 23. November 2016
This Week at AIS - Important Dates
|DAY ||DATE ||ES ||MS-HS || |
|Thursday ||Nov 24 || || ||NO SCHOOL - American Thanksgiving |
|Friday ||Nov 25 || || ||NO SCHOOL - American Thanksgiving |
|Saturday ||Nov 26 || || || |
|Sunday ||Nov 27 || || || |
|Monday ||Nov 28 ||Day 1 ||Day 6 || |
|Tuesday ||Nov 29 ||Day 2 ||Day 7 ||School Board General Session |
|Wednesday ||Nov 30 ||Day 3 ||Day 8 || |
|Thursday ||Dec 1 ||Day 4 ||Day 5 ||MS Speech & Debate Guests Arrive |
Full AIS Calendar
Athletics and Activities
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Winter Season: Thank you to all of the students who tried out for basketball or swimming. We are processing the team lists sent in by the coaches and parents will receive a welcome email and online contract very soon.
Basketball Scorers Clinic: If your son or daughter (Grade 8-12) would like to earn some money this winter, they can become basketball scorers for AIS home games. There is a clinic for all interested students (no experience necessary) on December 1 from 15:30 until 17:00. No registration necessary.
Andy Harrison, Director of Athletics, Activities, & Events
PTF Out and About - December: Apfelstrudel Seminar
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Schonbrunn Palace Cafe-Restaurant Residenz Apfelstrudel Cooking Class:
Our cooking class has had a very successful sign up and is FULL on December 1. Fortunately, we are offering a SECOND COOKING CLASS on Friday, December 2 at 9:00 AM.
If you would like to sign up for our private two hour Apfelstrudel Cooking Class in the Emperor's historical cooking vault, please RSVP to Tammie Perdue BEFORE paying your non refundable €25 reservation fee. Reservation fees are to be dropped off in the ES Office by the end of school day on Monday, November 29. Please include your full name to be submitted to Schonbrunn for the cooking certificate.
Tammie Perdue and Claudia Siffert, PTF Out and About Coordinators
PTF Holiday Crafting
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PTF Holiday Crafting has started! All talented crafters are invited to join the group working in the PTF Penthouse in the Villa Annex above the Amphitheater. Please email Doris Kaltenbrunner or call 0676 49 68 169 if you are interested. She will be there most days until December 10.
You can also support this important fundraiser by ordering your Advent or Door Wreath ASAP to make the planning easier!
Small gifts and decorations are in production already and will be for sale in the penthouse and at the Winter Concerts!
Click for samples of Advent Wreaths, Door Wreaths, and Decorations.
Click here for the order form.
Doris Kaltenbrunner, PTF Crafting Coordinator
PTF Variety Show 2017
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Calling all talents!
Students Grade 3-12, teachers and parents welcome to participate!
February 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM
To sign up contact Althea Papoulia, Variety Show Coordinator at email@example.com.
Althea Papoulia, Variety Show Coordinator
Thank you Middle School Parents!
On behalf of all of us in the Middle School, we would like to thank you for providing us with an amazing breakfast/day-long feast on Tuesday. We are truly grateful for your generosity and thoughtfulness, not to mention your cooking and baking abilities!
Have a wonderful and relaxing Thanksgiving break and please know that your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Dave Straffon, Middle School Principal
From the HS Principal
November 24 – 25 – Thanksgiving – No school
December 8 – Public Holiday, No school
December 9 – Bridge Day, No School
December 16 – Half Day, 11:20 dismissal
December 19 – January 6 – Winter break - No school
January 11 – 20 – IB Mock Exams
January 16 – 20 – Semester Exams
We hope parents can join us for the next High School Parent Coffee on December 14 starting at 8:30 AM in the faculty lounge. Our counselors will continue from our last coffee by presenting additional information on the college application process all AIS students have access to, and our technology facilitator will present specific strategies for managing children’s use of social media.
As we approach the end of the semester there are a number of holidays that hopefully allow students to spend extra time with their families. We do ask that parents keep in mind the benefits of students attending their regularly scheduled classes, the challenges of making up missed work should families extend their holidays, and the school’s attendance policy. We truly appreciate parents prioritizing their child’s attendance at school.
Jarret Lambie, High School Principal
HS Counseling News
Click here for more information on the following:
Senior Application Deadlines
Upcoming University Visits
Information from the University Desk
SAT January 21
The HS Counseling Team