Dear Parents, Following a series of cross-border meetings involving NRW authorities, the GGD NL, the bus company, NL infectious diseases team, the Euregio cross-border task force, and all the Military Commands, the Board of Governors has met today to review the current cross-border travel situation and the continuing impact this has on AIS operations and our...
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Dear Parents, Based on the new German regulation and restrictions for cross-border commuting, (anticipated to be in place until 2 May 2021), daily commuters in the region, including AIS families, face significant problems in attending school. The Board of Governors has met and agreed that AIS will start school after the Easter break in remote...
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As we approach the April break, we hope you and your families will be able to enjoy some family time together despite the current restrictions. Everyone at AIS appreciates the pre-screening measures parents and staff undertake before setting out in the morning for school. AIS Nurses are reporting that parents and families are doing a...
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The AFNORTH International School would like to share the following information with you following the announcement of the Dutch Government latest COVID-19 Restrictions on Tuesday 23 February 2021. We have been delighted to welcome back our elementary students this week. We want to thank our parents for helping our children to return safely and confidently...
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You may have heard that the Dutch Government has relaxed the restrictions for secondary schools from 1 March 2021. AIS will update you following the Board of Governors’ decisions on the evening of Thursday 25 February. Thank you for your continued patience and support in these difficult and challenging times. AIS Directorate. See also: General...
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AIS will open for Elementary students and staff on Monday 22 February. AIS will remain closed for the Middle/High School, and students will continue their online learning programmes until further notice. The Netherlands is on lockdown and has extended the curfew until at least Tuesday 2 March. Rates of infection remain a concern in the...
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On Tuesday 2 February, the Dutch Government eased some of their restrictions and will open primary schools on Monday 8 February. The Government has emphasised that the country remains in a worrying situation and further clarity on the Host Nation expectations and conditions for opening is required. The Netherlands will remain in lockdown until 2...
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Please be informed that the Board of Governor’s decision on AIS’ return to school will be made tomorrow, Thursday February 4. The Directorate will communicate as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience. The Directorate
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You may have heard that the Netherlands may be returning their younger children to school on Monday 8 February however this is not yet confirmed. The AIS Board of Governors will be meeting on the afternoon of Wednesday 3 February to discuss the Dutch prime minister’s decisions at the conference planned for the evening of...
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The AFNORTH International School would like to share the following information with you following the announcement of the Dutch Government latest COVID-19 Restrictions on Thursday 21 January 2021. The Dutch Parliament has agreed to implement a curfew which will start on Saturday 23 January 2021 and will last until 9 February 2021 inclusive. The curfew...
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