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E-Learning Plan 19-20


This section of the website contains information about the BIS e-learning program. E-learning at BIS is activated due to a prolonged forced school closure that exceeds two weeks. As an educational institution, we seek to ensure that students receive their required  learning for the year to be promoted to the next grade level. We firmly believe the success of e-learning requires a true partnership between our teachers, students and parents. Learning never stops!

A Message from our BIS Director: 

A message from Dr. Zak Palsha, BIS Director, to the BIS community - 15 March 2020.

 

A message for all BIS students - we miss you !

 

BIS E-Learning Quick Bytes for Students and Parents from HS Counselor

 


BIS Community Updates regarding E-Learning and COVID-19 for SY 19-20: 

 

BIS E-Learning Guide

BIS E-Learning Frequently Asked Q & A

E-Learning Final Plan & Calendar for SY 19-20 - English

E-Learning Final Plan & Calendar for SY 19-20 - Arabic

Acknowledgment and Commitment Form

Ministry of Education Parent's Consent Form

E-Learning Consent and Intensive Program Letter - English

E-Learning Consent and Intensive Program Letter - Arabic

KG & ES E-Learning Plan for COVID-19

KG E-Learning Schedules

ES E-Learning Schedules

MS E-Learning Plan for COVID-19 & Schedule

HS E-Learning Plan for COVID-19 & Schedule

Tutorial Videos to view Report Cards on PowerSchool - English & Arabic

Tips for Studying at Home Effectively

Five Strategies to Build Resilience in Children & Counselor Support 

Stay at Home Activities for Kids

Zoom App Tutorial Videos - English & Arabic

COVID-19 Tips from BIS Nurses 

 
General information regarding COVID-19: 
 
Safety is a top priority for BIS. To remain informed of global and regional events, we rely on official organizations and trusted agencies like the World Health Organization (WHO) and Kuwait Ministry of Health to help keep us updated. Please click below for the World Health Organization's Information Network for Epidemics.
 
 
 

 
Kuwait Ministry of Health
 
Although Kuwait cases are relatively low, we must be diligent and follow the recommended measures to reduce transmission risk and recognize potential symptoms. For the most up-to-date information related to Kuwait confirmed cases, please view the Ministry of Health up-to-date information. 
 
 


 

Here are some pictures of our BIS students' activities from home: