As we enter the final week of the term, I would like to once again thank all of those that planned the 24-hour run. I know of one boy who liked it so much he told me he was upset that it was over. I am sure he will get his encore performance next year.
I must say, this is one of my favorite times of year in Moshi. The weather is not too hot yet and the normal greens are mixed with a riot of colorful trees and flowers. I hope as you move around campus you get a chance to look at some of the attractive sights around you.
This week we have a few items of importance. The results of the MAP testing for students in P4 to M3 will be sent out via email to parents and you should have them in time for conferences. In the Primary, conferences are on Thursday, so there are no primary classes on that day. Primary students will be back in on Friday for class and the end of term assembly. They will be heading home about 10:15am.
In the Secondary, conferences will be on Friday starting at 10:35am. We will be trying something different this year. Conferences will not be held in Karibu Hall, instead they will be in classrooms. This will provide a quieter, more private setting for these discussions. Sign up sheets will be displayed outside the rooms for parents to plan their time. For this to work well, we will need to stick to specific time blocks. We ask that, if you need more time you make arrangements to see the teacher at another time.
Have a great last week before the break.