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Fri, 07 Sep 2018
Posted in Preschool | Lower School | Middle & Upper School | Alumni

Ahliah School held a its first general faculty meeting for the academic year 2018-2019 on Monday, September 3rd, 2018 presided by Principal Mrs. Rida Ayache. 

 

Mrs. Ayache began by welcoming all teachers and staff and introducing the newest members of Ahliah faculty and staff. She then highlighted last year’s achievements which include: the renovation project of the Wadad Cortas Building, the Music Program’s success and development for the upcoming year, Ahliah Choir Performances throughout the year, highly successful participation and attendance from the Open Day and Culture Day, outstanding students’performances in Official Exams (read more about here), prizes from national and international competitions such as the LAU MUN, AUB Science, Math and Technology Fair, Mathletics Challenge from the World Maths Day, Medals and Trophies from Sports Tournaments and Yearly Donations that contribute to Ahliah’s Financial Aid Fund, and more. All accomplishments fall under the achievement of Ahliah’s mission and goals, in particular, continuing to sustain socio-economic diversity while maintaining its programs and facilities compliant with international standards. 

 

Mrs. Ayache then discussed Ahliah’s new policies which have been developed and added recently, such as the Child Protection Policy, Communication Policy and the new Performance Appraisal System. 

 

Mrs. Ayache concluded the meeting by reinforcing Ahliah vision and goals that aim at providing quality education as it is articulated by the school. 

 

 

Ahliah’s Definition of Quality Education: 

 

•      Providing curriculum, learning experiences, and teaching approaches that promote the acquisition of knowledge, critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, and appreciation of arts

•      Nurturing responsibility, respect, compassion, and collaboration

•      Nurturing citizenship and engagement in local, regional, and global issues

•      Promoting learner- centered active learning to develop their full potentials cognitively, emotionally, socially, physically, and aesthetically

•      Providing a healthy, safe, protective, and supportive learning environment

•      Enhancing teaching and learning through ongoing professional development programs

•      Conducting results-driven assessment and evaluation that identifies students’needs

•      Strengthening family-school relationships to ensure parental and community involvement in school

 

 




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