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We wish all our families a healthy and prosperous New Year 2022. Following the Dutch Government’s announcement that schools will return to face-to-face learning, we are delighted to be welcoming our students back to school on Monday, 10 January 2022. Parental support in conducting the pre-screening routines before setting out for school will be critical...
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AFNORTH International School would like to share the following information with you regarding the announcement of the Dutch Government’s latest COVID-19 Restrictions on Friday, 17 December 2021. The Netherlands has moved into a national lockdown from Sunday, 19 December to Friday, 14 January 2022. All schools in the Netherlands closed immediately. The main aim of...
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As we move into the December holiday, we hope you and your families remain safe and well and, despite restrictions, will be able to enjoy some quality family time together. Following the Dutch Government’s announcement on Tuesday 14 December 2021, the current measures will continue at least until Friday 14 January 2022. The government reminds...
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Following the Dutch Government announcements detailing further relaxing COVID-19 restrictions from 25 September, the Board of Governors has met. We are delighted to inform you of some of the changes that will come into effect in school from Monday 27 September. It is worth noting that we move forward together with caution. The changes see...
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Flags school SY2021/22
The Board of Governors has met this week, and after careful consideration of the AIS and local context, all current COVID-19 protocols and procedures will remain in place. The next review will be at the end of September, allowing a further three week period when the local context should be more settled. The prime concern remains the...
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Flags school SY2021/22
We are delighted to be welcoming our students back to school on Monday,16 August. Parental support will be critical in ensuring school life continues to be an exciting, safe and purposeful experience for our students. Headlines for Parents: All AIS protocols and procedures remain unchanged (3 June 2021) and can be found on the AIS...
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As the school year 2020/2021 draws to a close, we thank our parents and the community for helping AIS continue to operate safely and for making the online learning as successful as possible. We hope the close of this school year will mark the end of a challenging period steering our school through a global...
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Return to ‘In-person’ instruction for Canadian and US National Sections The Canadian Elementary classes will open on Wednesday, 21 April. The US Elementary classes, MHS Canadian and MHS US classes will commence on Thursday, 22 April. National sections will provide further information to families. Transportation: Buses will be fully operational. However, some adjustments have had...
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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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