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  • Photo Essay: What happened at our first-ever ‘Mustache Bash’

    This Monday during lunch, The Bite organized a party to celebrate the end of Movember. There was food, a mustache competition, and most importantly, our “student barbers” shaved off those crazy ‘staches for our participating teachers and student. Here’s a look at what happened. First up was the mustache competition. Candidates sat in a line The post Photo Essay: What happened at our first-ever ‘Mustache Bash’ appeared first on The Bite.

  • Top 5 Movies to Watch During the Holidays

    Blankets, pillows, and a cup of hot chocolate. What a great way to spend the winter break! Just add in a nice Christmas movie, and you’ve got yourself the perfect night. Here are some of our favorite films to help you get in the holiday spirit. Comedy: Elf (2003) If you’re searching for a funny, The post Top 5 Movies to Watch During the Holidays appeared first on The Bite.

  • Celebrating AISB’s Little Writers: an interview with Erika, author of “The Daisy Without a Petal”

    At just six years old, Erika, an enthusiastic reader from AISB’s Early Learning Center, chose to beautifully blend her passion for books, abstract ideas, creativity, and her love for the surrounding nature and animals in the form of a book. The Bite wants to celebrate the little writers with big ideas in our community, and The post Celebrating AISB’s Little Writers: an interview with Erika, author of “The Daisy Without a Petal” appeared first on The Bite.

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  • AISB’s first student-written theater production, Brainstorm, picked up by The Bite

    The American International School of Bucharest presents “Brainstorm” by arrangement with Nick Hern Books. “Brainstorm” is an Original Playscript developed by Ned Glasier, Emily Lim, and Company Three, with original material devised by the AISB cast. The play will premiere at the AISB Theater on Thursday, November 21 at 18:00 and another performance is scheduled

  •  Valuing our Mother Tongue

    This past weekend, Secondary students organized a Mother Tongue conference at AISB – an excellent initiative that was really valued by all the students, parents and teachers involved. AISB is making great effort to value world language and provide more opportunities for students to study their mother tongue.  Charlemagne, the medieval French king, once said

  • How do Music and Math Fit Together?

    Led by Mr. Lawson and Mr. Lacher, students in Grade 5 are learning about the different kinds of musical note values and the duration of each note. The teachers are taking this opportunity to authentically inquire into the mathematical concept of fractions, as applied in music. As students were introduced to musical note values, they

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