QSI International School of Sarajevo Announcements (view all)
May II 2017
24-May-17 | Jamie Martin
We are approaching the final few weeks of school, but haven't slowed down yet! Our middle and high school group left yesterday for A Week Without Walls in London and a group of upper elementary and middle school students will leave Friday for Bratislava to participate in a track and field meet. We are also preparing for our annual sports days, Olympic Day, Prom, the PSG Summer Fair, Evening of the Arts and Graduation.
Additionally, we have two fantastic performances to look forward to including Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka Junior on June 7th at 6:30pm and The Junge Book on June 8th at 2:00pm. I invite everyone to come out and join us for these wonderful events.
It's unfathomable that we are already talking about end of year performances, the ABC Countdown, Prom, PSG Summer Fair, and Graduation. While it seems the school year has flown by, we are still eagerly anticipating many more exciting events and activities to conclude what has been a fantastic school year at QSIS! This edition of the Howler is lengthy, but I encourage everyone to take a few moments to review it. Included you will find dates and details about many events taking place from now until the end of the school year.
MAP testing is finishing up, and you will receive official test results shortly. Our older students are currently taking AP exams. We wish our students all the best and have confidence their hard work is going to pay off.
It's been another fantastic week at QSI International School of Sarajevo! Students have thoroughly enjoyed participating in all the science themed activities taking place this week. We are creating a short Science Week video including segments of the various competitions, lessons, and events that took place this week. A link to ourScience Week video will be shared on Friday afternoon. I want to thank all the teachers, staff, students, and parents who helped make this week a success!
Please don't forget, school will not be in session on Monday, May 1st and Tuesday, May 2nd due to the Labor Day Holiday. Upon returning from the long weekend, students will begin Spring assessments including MAP testing and AP exams. To view a complete schedule of assessments, please click the link provided in this edition of the newsletter.