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Weekly Bulletin


Assalamu Alaikum Dear Parents,

Alhamdulillah, the pool tests (PCR) have been negative for two consecutive weeks. We have started to scale back on the COVID restrictions. As of now, we have removed the desk shields and the students are so excited to finally have a clear view of the board and of their classmates sitting beside them. We will stop taking the temperature as of Monday, March 14th next week. We are waiting to have 3 negative

consecutive pools in order to lift the mask mandate (so far two pool tests are negative). If everything goes well, this will happen next Friday, March 18th inshaAllah.

I sincerely thank all the parents, students, teachers and staff for their support and cooperation through

this crisis. You, parents understood the challenge and helped us by keeping your children home when

not feeling well, by informing us about family members who tested positive and by informing us about

your travel plans. You understood the risks and you stepped up to the plate to keep everyone safe at


Even though we are scaling back on the restrictions, I would like everyone to stay vigilant, to keep us

updated on COVID infections at home and to keep your symptomatic child at home.

Thank you,

Dr. Nadjette Lazzouni


Daylight Savings (Spring Forward)

Please note that Daylight savings time will begin this Sunday, March 13th. Please remember to set your clocks forward one hour before going to bed on Saturday.


TIA Science Fair

The Science Project Day will be on Friday, March 25th. It will be a half-day and dress-up day. We are excited to see the wonderful projects the students have been working on.


Colored Tri-Fold Boards

The tri-fold poster boards for the Science Fair Project are available for purchase at TIA for $6.00 each on first-come first-serve basis. Students can purchase in person from the office. The choices of colors are red, blue, green and yellow.


PK 3 Hands-on Learning

Students learned to build a food tower made out of cheese and strawberries and had a fun-filled hands-on activity.


Grade 2

In light of the Science Fair, second graders of TIA worked on designing their classroom bulletin board. Their theme is All About Dinosaurs. MSA, they are working like Archaeologists to word and discover many facts about these fascinating creatures.

As for Math, they played "Store" and shopping in their classroom. Students were buying from each other using classroom play money.


Message from Student Council

Abdullah bin 'Amr bin Al-'as (May Allah be pleased with them) reported: A man asked the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ): "Which act in Islam is the best?" He (ﷺ) replied, "To give food, and to greet everyone, whether you know or you do not." [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

In the spirit of interfaith and community service, student Council members prepared the dinner that they will be serving tonight to the homeless at a local church in Lowell. G7 and G8 students buttered the bread in their classrooms today. ISA, a few of them will be serving the homeless in Lowell MA.

Chips and Salsa: ISA Student Council will have Chips and Salsa sale on Friday, the 18th of March. There will be a small fee that will go towards supporting Student Council activities.

Also Movie Night is coming back! Children indeed miss being together and enjoy their time. May Allah switch our time with a better one, Ameen! For this year we will go remote again, for the movie night. ISA, Student Council will have a movie night for TIA students via Zoom on Friday the 18th of March. Flyers will be coming home soon.



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