Newsletter May 06 – May 10, 2024

Mehdi Rizvi

Newsletter May 06 – May 10, 2024

IAS Bulletin May 06 – 10, 2024 

Monday (06/05/2024) 

  • Dembego 18: IBDP Exam Session  
  • Dembego 18, 09:00 – 15:00: High School Printmaking workshop 
  • Dembego 12, 13:00 – 14:00: Beekeeping workshop 
  • Dembego 12, 15:15 – 16:00: D12 Staff meeting 


Tuesday (07/05/2024) 

  • Dembego 18: IBDP Exam Session 
  • 14:15 – 17:00: High School Football Game – IAS Vs. TBS 


Wednesday (08/05/2024) 

  • Dembego 18: IBDP Exam Session 
  • Dembego 12, 09:00 – 15:00: Kg-2 Trip to Wioska pod Kogutem 
  • Dembego 12/18, 15:15 – 16:00: Clubs Cancelled

Thursday (09/05/2024) 

  • Dembego 18: IBDP Exam Session 


Friday (10/05/2024) 

  • Dembego 18: IBDP Exam Session 



After the middle school green school and the May break, we are coming back for a more normal week of school although there is still quite a lot going on. There are trips planned for D12 and D18 and a long awaited friendly football match at TBS. 


The IBDP exams are continuing, and we must all do our bit to keep the D18 building as quiet as possible. With that in mind, afterschool clubs are cancelled this week as some exams will continue past 3PM.  


D12 April Learner of the Month – Knowledgeable 

Kindergarten – Ahmad Mustafa Khan 
In Kindergarten, Ahmad is our most knowledgeable student. He often surprises our class with facts and information that are beyond the Kindergarten curriculum. He excitedly shares his knowledge with anyone willing to listen and loves to ask questions to further deepen his understanding of the world around him! Congratulations Ahmad! 

First grade – Joseph Oko  

This month in first grade, we have chosen Joseph as most knowledgeable student of the month. Joseph enjoys sharing his knowledge about many topics with others in the class. He likes to challenge himself and others with advanced math equations. He asks questions and shows that he is always striving to learn more! 

Second grade – Daniel Oko  

In 2nd grade Daniel shows knowledge on various topics, especially related to science which exceeds the content taught in class. He is always willing to share and excited to inquire more into the topics that interest him. 

Third grade – Samar Rana  

in 3rd Grade, Samar has proven to be a very knowledgeable student who loves learning about concepts that have a global and local impact. He especially loves Geography and enjoys sharing information he has learned through this interest. He is dedicated to learning concepts across many disciplines and comes to school every day ready to fill his brain with more knowledge!  

Fourth grade – Milana Shushvar  

In 4th grade, Milana is a very knowledgeable student! She has a broad range and depth of knowledge across many subject areas. She can remember what she learned and apply it to other topics in the future. She can think about the effects of certain problems and use her knowledge to brainstorm solutions. Milana also does her best to acquire more knowledge. She is very responsible with her homework and exams. Congratulations, Milana! 


Middle school green school April 22-26

Dear IAS Community,
I am pleased to announce the success of the recent green school trip for grades 5-8. Everyone exhibited good behavior over the 5 full days as we made incredible, lifelong memories. All the teachers, including Ms. Solenn, Mr. Aydin, Mr. Kyle, and me, are very proud of what the students accomplished over the week. We are particularly proud of the students for whom it was the first time away from their families.  

Even though we were not in IAS classrooms last week, many lessons were learned. There were lessons in patience, perseverance, budgeting, empathy, friendship, cooperation, ecology, flexibility, confidence, self-awareness, problem solving, and leadership. Activities included: navigating a rope park, amber related activities including a nighttime search using UV light, sightseeing in the old town of Gdańsk, visiting the Dar Pomorza and the Sopot Pier, sailing around the Port of Gdańsk to the Westerplatte, igniting memories around a campfire, playing games in the hotel’s game room, exploring Malbork Castle, and of course many trips to Żabka for snacks! Despite one day of clouds and rain, the rest of the week was filled with sunshine.  

In summary, I want to extend my gratitude to those who attended and assisted in organizing this trip. Throughout the week, everyone we encountered saw our strong community spirit which was always paired with laughter and hundreds of smiles. 



Ms. Melissa 







Class schedule: 


As always you can view the class schedule by following the instructions below 


No password required – just click ‘timetable’ 


Grade 11 and 12 students may view their individual schedule here also. 




Upcoming dates to note 

May 1 – 3: May break, school closed 

May 30 –31: School closed for Corpus Christi  

June 21: School closing ceremony at Polin. Certificates are distributed on and after this date. 




Please Update your information: 


Dear parents & students, if you have changed your address, e-mail address or telephone numbers, please let the office know so that we can update our database to improve communication with you.  


Thank you,
IAS Administration 



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