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NEWSLETTER MID-TERM 1ST TERM 2019/2020 ACADEMIC SESSION
- Fri, Oct 19, 2018 (FIRST Term, 2019/2020)
1ST TERM 2019/2020 ACADEMIC SESSION MID-TERM BREAK NEWSLETTER
Theme: “Study, Try, Achieve for Recognition and Success” (S.T.A.R.S)
We have come to the middle of the first term and I want to say a heartfelt thank you for the support you have given us so far. We are continuing our focus on being learning centered, while celebrating the progress and achievements of all our students. Not only do we consider our students’ innate ability and their performance in class-work, homework, the term’s exams; we also spend time reflecting on how they learn, how to raise their confidence as learners and how to harness their motivation and enthusiasm for learning.
Our classes ran smoothly in the first half of the term. Teachers were supportive to their learners and prompt in their lesson attendance.
SS3 and JS3 Academic Drill
The school has put a lot of programme in place for our SS3 and JS3 students to help them excel in their forthcoming JAMB (UTME), SSCE/NECO and BECE examinations respectively. They will be drilled through.
1) Our early morning classes that have started from 6:30am – 7:30am (which also involves the use of the CBT Centre)
2) Saturday classes from 10:00am – 1:00pm
Strategies are put in place to go over their scheme from SS1-SS3 hence, it is important that all students in the exam classes are resident in the hostel.
Our preparatory classes for SAT, TOEFL, and IELTS have started; there is still opportunity to register students who have not indicated interest in any of these programmes. Parents are therefore advised to take advantage of this programme for scholarship and opportunity to study abroad.
Our first term examination starts on the 27th November, 2019. We therefore implore our parents to help the students make the best use of this holiday to prepare for the examination.
Speech and Prize Giving Day
The school had her speech and prize giving day on the 2nd October, 2019. The guest speaker was Hajia (Mrs) Fauziyya Ahmed (a parent of the school). She spoke on the theme: “Try for Recognition and Success”.
The best overall students for each of the year group in 2018/2019 academic session were celebrated. They are:
SS2 - Musa Umar Ibrahim (Grade: 7A*, 3A, 1B)
SS1 - Saratu Isiyaku Ahmadu (Grade: 7A*, 2A, 1C)
JS3 - Catherine Onotswefu Momoh (Grade: 3A*, 6A, 1B)
JS2 - Ufedo Christine Achema (Grade: 7A*, 2A, 1C)
JS1 - Daniella Momoh (Grade: 8A*, 2A)
World Teacher’s Day
Teachers were celebrated and appreciated all over the world on the 5th October and Danbo International College also used the opportunity to appreciate her staff. We want to use this medium to appreciate our parents who gave their financial and moral support to make the day a success. The following parents are well appreciated for their support:
1. Engr. Aminu Rabeh
2. Alh. Ahmed Halilu
3. Engr. Umar Wakili
4. Mrs. Ajibiye
5. Hajia Ahmad
6. Mrs. Juliana Momoh
We are delighted to let you know that our school uniform has been improved on in sewing and quality of fabric. Note that the following items are prohibited in the school, if caught would be confiscated or the student would be sent back home:
1. Hair extension
2. Hair colouring
3. Stripless shoe for female students and shoe with laces for male students
4. Black panty hose
5. Coloured sneakers
Our charity week is scheduled to take place in the second half of the term. All students are encouraged to donate any of the items listed below:
1. Bath soap
4. Baby milk or normal milk
6. Used (good) clothing
Academic week this session took another dimension where each department took control of the assembly programme and spoke about the possible careers and prospect in the subjects that make up the department. Below are the departments that had their weeks in the first half of the term:
a) Vocational department had their week between 30th September - 4th October, 2019. On Thursday they had cooking competition tagged, “Boys Can Cook”. Musa Ibrahim (SS3) emerged the winner, second place went to Abdallah Umar (JS3) and third place to Seyi Ajiboye (SS2) respectively. While on Friday the department also had a drawing competition tagged, “Expressive Mosaic Drawing” we had several participants but had the best presentation from
v Joan Felix Gudupowa - SS3 1st position
v Samira Aminu - SS2 2nd position
v Bezalel Ezekiel - SS2 3rd position
v Aisha Alhassan - SS1 4th position
v Mafeng Dalyop - JS3 5th position
b) Social science department had their week between the 7th – 11th October, 2019. They had a quiz competition between SS2 and SS1, SS2 students won the contest with a narrow margin on the subjects that make up the social science department.
Holiday assignment will be part of the items to check before students are allowed into the hostel. The day students will also be checked on resumption before accessing the school.
Voice of Nigeria (VON) French Drama Competition
Danbo International College is representing Kaduna State in this year edition of the Annual National Secondary Schools French Drama Competition scheduled to hold in Abuja between 16th – 18th October, 2019.
Fun Fair 2019
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Note to Parent
1. Birthday celebration for boarding students is observed every last Saturday of the month. Parents can deliver ONLY cake and drinks for their ward on that day. Birthday celebrations for day students are not allowed in the school.
2. Branded swimming clothing for female and male students are available at the school store for purchase.
3. Day students are not allowed into the school premises for after school games or during the weekends. EXCEPT for rehearsal and it would be communicated to parents via a memo from the school.
4. We apologize for the inability to provide the school turban up till this moment, we urge parents to be patient with us and we are hopeful it would be available for purchase before the end of the term.
5. New students are expected to return their filled medical report form to enable us plan for their wards. We encourage routine medical check-up during the break and avail us of information if necessary.
6. Black socks are not allowed in the school.
7. We appeal to our esteemed parents to adhere to the directives from our security personnel while dropping and picking our ward until the security situation of the nation improves.
This is t o remind our Esteemed Muslim parents of the N15,000 Islamiyya fees. We encourage those with outstanding fees to please offset them.
We would like to thank our esteemed parents who have promptly settled all their financial commitments for their ward(s) this term. We want to remind our parents who are yet to pay the full fee to endeavour to do so as defaulters will not be admitted into the school on resumption.
Payment should be paid to:
Account Name: Danbo International School
Account Number: 4010843913
Other Programmes for the Term