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School Wide News Special Events at RAIS Dammam Girl Section

February, 19, 2017

Wide News
Special Events at RAIS Dammam Girl Section
The second semester has gotten off to a great start. The third
quarter of school has seen many events taking place at RAIS Dammam Girl Section. The four most notable events this quarter have been 100 Days, Pizza with the Principal, Crazy Day, and the Jr and Sr High School Invitation Basketball Games.
On Sunday, February 19, 2017, the Girl Section celebrated the 100th day of school. On this day, students participated in School Spirit activities. Students in lower grades wore matching colored tops and many of them either decorated their clothes with 100 items or did activities in class or in the Spirit Assembly to emphasize 100 days of school. Early Childhood students had a fashion show to model their 100 items. Elementary and Secondary students participated in the Spirit Assembly where certificates of achievement were awarded.
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As further acknowledgement of our top students, Ms. Denise organized a Pizza with the Principal activity. Top students in grade 1, 2 and 3 were invited to have pizza with Ms. Denise, Ms. Sheikh and Dr. Mathis.
Special Events at RAIS Dammam Girl Section
A first for RAIS Girls Dammam was our basketball game with International Programs School from Al Khobar. Students in grade 7 – 12 have been practicing for the last three weeks under the direction of our Lead PE Techer, Ms. Meghan Cannon and our two volunteer coaches, Ms. Debon Stotts and
Ms. Alexandra Schwonberg. This event was off the charts. Students and mothers attended and cheered the students on to a students and their coaches.
wonderful game. We are hoping to have a rematch before the end of the quarter. Our thanks to Ms. Meghan, Ms. Debon and Ms. Alexandra and our special thanks to the IPS students and their coaches.
The final event so far this quarter was last week’s Crazy Day which was held on Early Dismissal Day, Tuesday, March 7, 2017. Students were allowed to dress in their most outlandish style – to celebrate their creativity and their individuality