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Weekly Bulletin

Updated: Jan 21, 2022

10-29-2021


Assalamu Alaikum dear Parents,

Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajeoun, we present our sincere condolences to Elfahal's (school committee member) family for the passing of her brother in London, and to Zitounia’s (KG assistant) family for the passing of her brother-in-law in Morocco. May Allah have mercy and rahma on them. Ameen.


I would like to thank our parents for being supportive and understanding through the Covid crisis at TIA.

We sincerely wish a prompt recovery for the family.


Portable 3 (PreK 4) is getting a face lift as both bathrooms as well as the sink area have been gutted out

to the bone and are being remodeled. Work is scheduled to end by the end of next week.


November 5th is the end of the first marking period. Please take time to login into Jupiter and check

whether your child has missing assignments. If so, please reach out to the teacher to discuss whether

your child will be able to make up the work.


The Door Fall Decorating Contest is underway at school. Classroom doors will be decorated by the

students based on fall themes. Students and their homeroom teachers have started brainstorming ideas

and if you would like to help your child’s teacher, please reach out to her. Judging will be on November

12th inshaAllah. I can’t wait to see what the students will come up with!


Nadjette Lazzouni

 

Support through Online shopping

Parents, their friends and families can now support our school through Online shopping. Whenever you want to shop at a particular store (Walmart, Kohls, Macys, JcPenney, Childrens’ Place, Sam’s Club, Gap, Old Navy, Best Buy, Office Depot and many more), please click the link below and select the store you wanted to shop.



You do not have to donate. Your purchase will make us earn up to 6% Please share this link with your friends and families.


P.S. Family and friends participation is the key to our success, and we are counting on you!

 

End of First Quarter

The end of quarter is approaching and grades are closing Friday, November 5th. The students are in the process of taking their final assessments for the quarter. Please encourage your child(ren) to study and prepare well for these important tests or assignments. Also, make sure that your child(ren) are turning in all the assignments to the teachers on time. Progress reports will be available online for review on Thursday, November 18th.

 

Grade 2 Islamic Studies

Grade 2 learned how we shouldn't celebrate anything but our religious celebration (2 EIDs). As we learned that Halloween is a pagan celebration from a very long time ago., instead of having free candy we can earn better rewards by helping the poor and the needy and putting a smile on the faces of our brothers and sisters in humanity. We helped Student Council collect canned goods for our food basket and we had chocolate too.


 

End of Daylight Savings


Fall Back! Please note that Daylight Savings Time will end Sunday, November 7th . Please remember to set

your clocks back one hour before going to bed on Saturday

 

Middle-school Jummah

Students are being trained to lead Friday Jumma prayers along with giving Khutbah. This Friday, middle school students prayed Jumma in our TIA prayer room. Mohamed Elkoudi

gave Khutbah and led the prayer for the group, Masha Allah!






 

Cold weather


As the weather is getting colder, your children might need a sweatshirt (Uniform colors only – white or navy) to wear it inside the classroom and jackets (any color), hats or gloves to wear outside during recess time. Please be sure to dress them adequately to keep them from getting sick.

Also, please make sure that the students are adhering to the uniform policy (navy blue or white shirts or polos and navy blue pants, navy blue jumpers for girls) of our 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.

 

Student Council's Food Basket Drive


Student Council of TIA is organizing a Food Basket drive for the needy ones. Donation of different types of pasta, rice, and canned goods are welcome. No large rice bags, as individual baskets of items will be put together in the basket.


Items can be dropped in the bin by the school foyer or

in second grade classroom. Items will be collected until Friday, November 19th.



 

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