This is it! We have officially made it to the end of the strangest school year ever. If you’ve been following The Bite reporter Yoav’s video diaries, you know that he’s tried his best to stay entertained during quarantine. But since there’s just so many living room ping-pong tournaments he can record, he decided to
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With the end of the school year around the corner, everyone is preparing for change. And even though our community is somewhat used to that, the current pandemic makes saying “goodbye” to this year’s leaving staff especially difficult. To get some sense of closure, The Bite reached out to leaving teachers to find out where
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It was the summer of 2013 when I arrived at Otopeni airport for the first time. I was too young to worry much about anything, and was excited and curious about everything–about what life would be like on the other side of the globe. Seven years have passed since then, and I’ve now become an
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Continuing in the tradition of last year, when we published AISB’s first ever ES Literary Magazine in June 2019… we are proud to announce the publication of the 2nd edition of the magazine – online! It has been an interesting and adventurous journey from the first day we met as a staff on December 6
In this time and space where access to broadband connectivity and digital technologies have taken center stage in our lives, it is more important than ever to consider strategies and take steps to ensure our children are having a safe and age-appropriate online experience. At AISB, we believe that keeping students safe online is a
During the last month we have all experienced significant changes to our lives. Most of us have gone from travelling or relaxing over the February break, to some uneasy weeks with a sense of impending change, to transitioning swiftly to a distance learning plan, to a complete lock down. Some of us have traveled to