As many of you will know from our recent Northbridge International School Cambodia parent coffee mornings, we have a team of four educational professionals who will visit our school next week (10-14 March 2019) as part of our ACS WASC Accreditation process.
As a school community we underwent a self evaluation process during 2018. This will form the basis of the team visit to assess and review how we as a school are progressing in our overall developments.
As part of this process there will be a group of parents who will be meeting with the team next week, along with student representatives and of course faculty and admin staff. The team will be visiting classes during the week as well.
There are a few changes about the meetings planned for next week and the week after to fit better into the team visit schedule. The revisions are as follows:
Parent Council Meeting
Tuesday 12 March
This will not take place as normal for this month but instead the Parent Council have convened a group of Primary and Secondary parents to meet with the team during this time slot.
ACS WASC Team Community Feedback
Thursday 14 March, 3.40pm
Location: Primary Cafeteria
All parents are welcome to attend the de-brief from the WASC Visiting Team.
Parent Coffee Morning
This will no longer take place on Friday 15 March as originally planned due to the WASC Team Visit Feedback session the day before. However there will be a parent workshop the following week.
Parent Workshop on 'Approaches to Learning' during 3 Way Conferences
Monday 18 March, 9am-10am and 10am-11am in the Hub Boardroom with Mr Alirio and Ms Donna
All parents welcome to attend one of these workshops when you come to meet with teachers on this day.
About ACS WASC
The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC), a world-renowned accrediting association and one of the six regional accrediting agencies in the United States, works closely with the Office of Overseas Schools under the U.S. Department of State. ACS WASC provides assistance to schools worldwide, primarily in California, Hawaii, Guam, Asia, the Pacific Region, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.
Read more: acswasc.org