Face to Face and Covid-19
The 2020-21 school year, unlike any other, has tested the resilience of every aspect of life and by extension campus life. In adversity we look for our silver linings, and one of the positive outcomes is how much we have learned about ourselves as individuals, and as a community, and how this experience has made us stronger and brought us closer together.
The purpose of this section of our website is to provide the latest information on our day-to-day operations and to inform all of the daily functions in this unique environment.
AISK has not skipped a beat!
It was May, and the 2019-2020 academic year was coming to a close, the Crisis Management Team (CMT) geared up to planning the 2021 Fall semester determined to provide face to face learning. While we had done well and exceeded our expectations with Distance Learning we knew our teachers and students wanted to be in school come the Fall.
We accepted the challenge, This was a green fields challenge for our team, this was new territory, and we practice what we teach; the team researched widely across the international school system, participating in webinars, trouble shooting and planning, and learning from those who had opened before us. On August 18, we successfully opened our doors on time to our eager IBDP students and faculty. We haven't looked back since.
- Guiding Principles
- AISK De-escalation Matrix
- Arrival & Dismissal
- Campus Checkin & Checkout Procedures
- Classroom Hygiene
- Sick Students & Staff
- Phase 4 - Country Lockdown: Elementary Distance Learning Plan
- Phase 4 - Country Lock Down: Middle School Distance Learning Plan
- Phase 4 - Country Lockdown: High School Distance Learning Plan
Like any other student, I had my concerns but all of the protocols, masks wearing, and the signs all across campus have put me at ease. Having plastic dividers allows us to speak confidently.
- Jose, Grade 8