Bonjour, hola, and hello! We hope you can join us for a tri-lingual storytime event in our wonderful school library. Kids can come in their pajamas (optional) and listen to a few stories in French, Spanish, and English. They can explore the library while parents learn more about AIS. We will have time for tours and visits with our Head of School, current parents, and board members. Please RSVP for the adults and children in attendance. We look forward to reading with you!
Merci, merci, les CPs !
Many members of our AIS family were showered with kind messages from CP students whose goal was to brighten everyone's day. CP students were even excited to receive a response from GS2!
Some of the kind messages we all received today included:
- Passe une bonne journée !
- I love the school!
- Tu es beau !
- Tu es chouette !
- Bravo pour tes progrès !
- Tu es cool !
As part of the Life Cycle unit in GS, students have been studying the life cycle of a chicken. Our AIS learners have all been very patient as sets of eggs were incubating over the last several weeks. We were very excited this week to welcome new chicks to the GS classrooms. Check out the time-lapse video at the bottom of this message to see them at play! A big merci goes out to Vihan in CE1 who built a special house for the new baby chicks!
Meet our curious new friends through the video below!
Yesterday, we welcomed the Maternelle families in celebrating "A Typical Day at AIS." PS, MS, and GS students worked hard to put their self-portraits on display and we shared a video of early learning moments the students have experienced throughout the school year. Our educators have done a tremendous job developing the children's minds, bodies, and spirits, and their dedication came through. The children have already grown so much! We would like to especially thank Charlotte Favrin, Whitney Winchester, Conrad Wildsmith, and all the other Cycle 1 educators for all their time in creating and capturing those special moments on film.
Today, eleven American World War II Veterans received the medal of Chevalier in the French Order of the Legion of Honor from the hands of Consul General of France, Sujiro Seam on the south steps of the Texas Capitol in Austin. CM1 students proudly participated in this ceremony to recognize those that risked their lives in the struggle for peace and international cooperation over seven decades ago.