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Bosnian Cultural Days' Schedule
20-Feb-17 | Jamie Martin
BOSNIAN CULTURAL DAYS SCHEDULE
Students will attend mini bazaar (11:00-13:30) where they will have an opportunity to buy different souvenirs and handmade crafts. Please do not forget to send some money (5-20 KM) with your child, so they can buy the items at the bazar. After the bazaar, all elementary students will have an assembly (13:30-15:00).
Parents, you are invited to visit the bazaar, buy some organic Bosnian food and handmade crafts, try Bosnian coffee and sweets, watch your child perform at the assembly, and see displays of student artwork around the school.
Our "Share the Love" food drive has already raised enough food to feed nearly 100 children. We will continue collecting food until February 25th. All donations will support underprivileged children in the Sarajevo area. I want to thank our QSI families and students as well as our teachers and staff for all the donations. Again, I am reminded of what an incredible community QSI Sarajevo is, and am proud to be apart of it as a parent, teacher, and director.
You will find this edition of the newsletter includes many articles written by students participating in our Newsletter After School Activity. Students researched different events and activities, took photos, and reported on many of the happenings taking place at QSI.
Our "Share the Love" food drive has officially begun! All elementary students are asked to bring (at least) 2kg flour, 1kg rice, 1 liter oil, and 1kg sugar. All upper school students are asked to bring (at least) 3kg canned food (vegetables/meat) and 1 package of cookies/biscuits each. Our goal, as a school, is to collect 1000 kg in food. All donations will support underprivileged children in the Sarajevo area. The class who brings in the most food will receive a "make our own pizza" party and also get to throw a pie in the face of the person on the administrative team they choose. (Unfortunately, I've already been threatened a few times.)
Our 9-13-year-old have had a fantastic time on the mountain this week. They are a bit sore and tired, but leave school excited each morning as they look forward to another day on the slopes. Next week the 5 - 8-year-olds will have their opportunity on the slopes. A huge thank you to Mrs. Selma Sakic for planning and leading QSI's annual ski weeks.