|Message: Head of Academics|
PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES
SEVEN HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE TEACHER
Resource Speaker, Republic of Singapore
March 12, 2014, 8:00AM to 4:00 PM
8:00 – 8:15 Welcome Message/Introduction of the Participants and Introduction of the Guest Speaker
8:15 – 9:30 Introduction of the BOSI (Find Out if Builder, Opportunist, Specialist, Innovator
Drives You as a Worker and What To Do About It)
9:30 – 10:00 Morning Break
10:00- 11:00 Continuation of the BOSI Seminar
11:00 – 12:00 Presentation and Analysis Discussion of Teachers & Staff Profiles
12:00-1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 -3:00 7 Habits Of A Highly Effective Teacher
3:00 -3:30 Afternoon Break
3:30 – 4:00 Open Forum
4:00 – 4:30 Awarding of Certificate
4:30 Closing Ceremony
ASIS YEARLY COMPETITION
ASIS is proud to give you the latest competition in 2013 with the theme “What Shall I Want To Be When I Grow Up”!
The Crayon Drawing Competition was launched by ASIS inviting different students from different International Schools in Phnom Penh last August 30, 2013. This competition was participated by more than 150 students and non-students. Twenty (20) students were selected from 150 participants to represent as finalists on September 24, 2013 Final Crayon Drawing Competition.
Winners Drawings were converted to stuff toys by its Major Sponsor, POFUFF, “Enhancing Children’s Creativity”, Melbourne, Australia. THE FIRST EVER IN CAMBODIAN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT!!!
This is the First Level Competition participated by children ages 3 to 6 years old. Take a closer look at the winners’ drawings (Major Winners: First, Second and Third Placers).
Consolation Prize Winners
The Major Awards Winners Drawings Converted to Stuff Toys by POFUFF, AUSTRALIA.
A. Consolation Winners (in no particular order)
1. SomPhay Brian
2. Chhay Simon
3. Hor Sokunthea
5. Kim Phearavon
7. Chin Jerry
8. Soun Puthearith
9. Ali Khamidov
Third Place: SounPutheara
Second Place: SathMariza
First Place: Asher Sherem
Why Is There a Need to Divert Our Children’s Attention to Artistic Drawing?
The age of computer and digital technology has grabbed the children’s rich imagination and creativity. Since the introduction of this new technology, our children’s desire to create and innovate has lessen and their free time was done sitting still on the chair watching television or doing with tablet or mobile phone games.
According to the CEO of Pofuff, Australia, “To embark on a creative journey with your child requires a very simple but long life decision – spend time with them. Your involvement in bringing back the enhancement for your child’screativity is designed to give value on the time spent with your child”.
We wanted to share the glee and fascination in what to a child’s eyes is magic, transforming your child’s drawing to a soft toy is just a beginning of his/her excitement to hold the toy and appreciate with pride his/her own work of art. If you are interested in letting your child develop his/her drawing prowess and convert his/her drawing to stuff toy please contact ASIS or www.pofuff.com.
The Academic Year 2014-2015 will give the Advanced Stamford International School greater opportunities to develop children’s innate creativity with the forthcoming COMPETITIONS THE WHOLE YEAR. WATCH THEM AND LET YOUR CHILDREN BE PART OF THESE COMPETITIONS:
Dates of these competitions will be announced accordingly. Follow this website and be informed. You are all invited!!!
ASIS ANNIVERSARY 2013
The Advanced Stamford International School celebrated its 2013 Foundation Day last November 23, 2013. A reflection of a progressive 2013 marked the grandeur of a successful Anniversary celebration attended and participated with all enthusiasm, commitment and support both morally and in kind by parents who had showed their love to further the development of the school.
The event was an indication of a harmony and cooperation by parents, administration and the teaching staff of ASIS.
In behalf of the Board of Directors, the Administration would like to extend its utmost gratitude to parents, teachers and staff who had worked hard and contributed unselfishly to make this Anniversary a success!!!
FORMAL ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM
Cambodia’s National Anthem
Welcome Address by the Principal of ASIS, Salvacion C. Dequito, PhD (Education)
Opening Message Parents-Teachers Association, MechSamphors, President
Toddlers’ Chicken Dance
Awarding of Ten Consolation Winners
Gummy Bear Dance by Kindergarten 1
Awarding of Major Winners
Hawaiian Dance by Kindergarten 2
Ukelele Presentation by Grade 1
Tambourine Dance by Kindergarten 2
Closing Remarks, PTA Vice-President, Mr. SengTola
Open House (guests’ campus tour while brunch will be served)
Masters of Ceremony: Teacher Lauren Szasz
Teacher Georgette Spear