Weekly Bulletin

10-15-2021

Assalamu Alaikum dear Parents,


This week, the TIA family has been saddened by the passing of Ms. Aghareed’s mother in Egypt and Ms. Cudmore step grandfather (May Allah have mercy on their souls). Please accept our most sincere condolences and know that we are here for you.

I would like to thank all the families and friends who came to support TIA at the barbeque event. Special

thanks to the PTO officers Br. Alaa Abou Mahmoud, Br. Ahmed Fahmy, Br. Jaffar Ali Sharfudeen, Br.

Mohammed Rahman for initiating, organizing, and overseeing the much-anticipated event. The children

had a great time!

Special thanks to the parent volunteers who helped set-up, clean-up and who made sure that everyone

had a good time. The Homeroom mothers are a force to reckon with, mashaAllah! Cooking, baking,

serving the food and assisting with the fun activities.

Our teachers and staff who showed up and didn’t hesitate to sacrifice their weekend showed a

dedication like no other to their school. I look forward to many more events inshaAllah.


Thank you

Nadjette Lazzouni

October 22nd: Early Release Day

Friday, October 22nd is a half day and will be dress-up day (nice loose fitting clothing). Please ensure that the Islamic dress code is followed.

No jeans, shorts, tight / short dresses or heels. Boys are not allowed to wear hoodies, jerseys, sweatpants or jogging pants.

Dismissal will be at 12:00 p.m. sharp. Please make arrangements to pick up your child(ren) on time.

October 29th: Full Day of School

Friday, October 29th, the early release day for the month of October has been changed to October 22nd due to ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate) training program for the Staff.

So, October 29th will be a full day of school.

Extra Face Mask

Face coverings are essential to protecting children, keeping schools open and slowing the highly contagious coronavirus variant. So, students cannot come to school without a mask.

Students losing their masks or masks getting ripped off is inevitable. Parents are requested to send some stack of extra paper masks to keep in their desk for such occasions.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Grade 3 observed Indigenous Peoples’ Day by discussing how their land has historically been taken from them. Students identified traditional indigenous territories on a map of America and created "buffalo hide" paintings and talking sticks.



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