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AIS Celebrating 50th Anniversary: Claire Bakker

By Claire Bakker

The AIS community is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary next school year. A lot of parents and organisations are contributing towards this event. A number of events will be organised throughout the school year in 2018, for everyone at school and the community. 175 more words

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Grade 7 Science Fair: Connor Harrison

By Connor Harrison

The 7th Grade students presented their Science Fair projects today. In the Middle School building, the students presented their experiments to teachers, parents and students showing their abilities to goal set and persevere. 271 more words

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Track and Field 2017: Emily Leitl

By Emily Leitl

After two months of hard training three times a week the AIS track and field team finally arrived in Copenhagen on Thursday night the 18th of May 2017. 330 more words

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2017 Graduates at AIS: Emily Leitl

By Emily Leitl

From Elementary to graduation, it has been 14 years of school for most of our graduates and now they are finally done. On the 27th of may 35 of our students will be graduating from AIS after 2 years of very hard work, doing their IB diploma. 304 more words

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Our U15 Girls Win 7th at NECIS: Connor Harrison

By Connor Harrison

From Friday the 12th of May to Saturday the 13th our U15 girls’ soccer team battled for the NECIS trophy. The girls played six 4×10 minute games in Dusseldorf against other U15 girls soccer teams participating in NECIS. 183 more words

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New Bistro at AIS: Claire Bakker

By Claire Bakker

At the start of the school year the AIS community was lucky to get a new cafeteria. “The cafeteria started to get build in the easter break of 2016 and was completed in February 2017.” The cafeteria improved greatly due to the new construction and layout. 242 more words

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AIS prevention underway 

Help protect your favorite lake from aquatic invasive species (AIS). While boating, you simply have to follow three simple steps – Clean, Drain, Dry. Before leaving a lake, boaters should clean all visible plants and other debris from all equipment; drain any water from the craft and keep drain plugs out; and wipe everything dry. 292 more words

Lake Minnetonka