March 2020

Month

Despite the current unfortunate situation, students in Grade 10 were very determined to deliver their best abilities in their English Novel Projects. We will be posting previews of some of their creative literary work. To see the full amazing project:https://youtu.be/R2i9l1ZHPU0
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Researchers have found that some people are prone to experiencing mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, during times of pandemic. Additionally, those with pre-existent conditions will see them aggravated. What can you do to take good care of your mental health during the COVID lockdown? Read news from trustworthy sources (WHO, CDC, etc.):...
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By Lana Kalawoun our School Counselor Social Distancing Part I:  Why It’s Important And How To Maintain It By now, the words “social distancing”, “isolation” and “quarantine” have become a part of our daily vocabulary. And for good reason. A simple definition of social distancing is the following: avoiding close contact with people who do...
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In times like these, some of you might  be having trouble in getting your kids to study during this COVID-19 lockdown. Whether children or teenagers, time off school is regarded as free time and studying is probably the last thing on their minds. This is especially true during times of crisis. Your children are probably...
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The second week of school lockdown is over and we are heading for a third one. By now, we’ve all realized that this Coronavirus is more serious than we once thought. And with Lebanon already having had its share of hardships over the past few months, this epidemic just adds another stressful thing to worry...
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Grade 5 students have been learning about Mesopotamian Civilization, its culture, history, geography, and many other information. This unit has been tackled through different aspects, either by research and WebQuests, videos, or hands on activities. Grade 5 students were able to write sentences using the Cuneiform Alphabets!
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Under the theme “Nature at Work “, Grade 7 students visited Parcours des saveurs, a farm in Kfarchima where they engaged in several informative farming activities including planting wheat, picking vegetables, feeding farm animals, milking goats, as well as sheering sheep. They then topped it all off with a fully organic breakfast in the heart of...
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