The Students of Al-Iman School will celebrate Eid ul-Adha with a halal pizza party and afternoon games and activities on Thursday, October 9, 2014. They may wear their Eid clothes to school that day. All clothing should conform to the Islamic dress code.
Again, Sr. Nazreen Subhan has organized all sorts of interesting activities for the children, and we thank her for her contribution to the enjoyment of the celebration.
Students are showing their committment to the less fortunate by collecting funds for the people in Haiti. It will be sent to Human Concern Internation for distribution through their relief team in Haiti.
H.C.I. has already sent a Relief Team from Trinidad and has begun distribution of food materials in Haiti. Human Concern International will issue Income Tax Receipts for any donation of $25.00 and above.
May Allah T’Aala bless the children, their parents and staff for their concern and care for others in distress.
Al-Iman School is a project of the Islamic Private Board of Education (Ontario), a Non-Profit Charitable Organization established in 1994.
Students from Grades 3-7 will be going to Black Creek Pioneer Village on Wed. October 14. They will have an opportunity to step back in time and see how the early settlers in Canada lived. This will complement their Social Studies and History program. Footage about Black Creek Pioneer Village can be seen under TRIPS.
Students will be leaving the School at 9:20 a.m. and returning to the School by 3:00 p.m. They will need a litterless lunch, School uniform and be dressed for the weather. The trip will proceed rain or shine.
Students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 2 will be visiting Downey’s Farm to view the pumpkin patch, see the corn stalks, learn about the farm, and play in the barn. It should be a very educational and enjoyable trip.
They will be leaving the school by bus by 9:15 a.m. and returning to the School in time for lunch. The students should be dressed according to the weather. School uniforms must be worn.
The Ramadan Food Drive for the Muslim Welfare Centre in Mississauga was a resounding success.
May Allah T’aala bless the children, their families and the teachers for providing a practical example to the children of how Muslims meet their social responsibilities during this Holy Month.
There was a very close competition, with the winning class, the Grades 3-4 Class, just squeaking past the Grades 1-2 Class with 3 items, while the Grades 5-7 Class just hung back by about 10 items. The Kindergarten Class was in the thick of the striving for generosity by a few items behind the other classes.
The opportunity of a lifetime – to view the IMAX film “Journey to Hajj – in the footsteps of Ibn-Battuta”, the Sultans of Science Exhibit, and the IMAX film “Roving Mars” is available to students and parents. To see a movie trailer about Ibn Battuta highlight Ibn Battuta on the TRIPS segment and highlight “View the Trailer”.
The following is some information about the Sultans of Science Exhibit:
‘Sultans of Science’
is a global touring exhibition celebrating the contribution of Muslim Scholars in Science and Technology during the Golden Age of the Islamic World (700-1700 BC) and the influence their inventions and contributions has towards modern society.
Focused on increasing knowledge and understanding of these invaluable contributions, ‘Sultans of Science’ has been created as a global travelling exhibition in order to enable its message to be far reaching through science centres and museums around the world.
Purely informative and enlightening in content the exhibition is not politically or religiously motivated. The content features interactive displays with information on inventions, innovations and discoveries covering a broad spectrum of science topics such as astronomy, mathematics, medicine, optics amongst others, which were ahead of its time.
The Water Festival is a Science Program set up the Region of Peel to demonsgtrate ways of conserving, protecting the environment, and the results of pollution. Science displays, activities, aquatic planting and other outdoor activities are highlighted during the activity. It will take place at Heart Lake Conservation Area, and is a unique opportunity for the children to learn in a natural setting.
Children will be leaving on a School bus, and will go rain or shine. Children will require the following:
– paper bag lunch & 2-3 beverages
-School uniform, jacket or sweater
Please sign and return the Permission form by Tuesday, May 20, 2008.
The Ontario Association of Islamic Schools has been created to facilitate dialogue, development, and professional development opportunities for Islamic Schools. Al-Iman School is a member of this Organization and actively participates in its events.
There will be a Professional Development Day on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at the ISNA High School in Mississauga. Al-Iman School’s teachers will be attending workshops offered.
Sr. Mariam will be presenting a workshop dealing with Student Assessment and Evaluation. Other Worshops will highlight Classroom Management, Being an Effective Teacher, and Making Islamic Schools Better. It should be a very worthwhile conference.
We love snow!!! The students will be Tubing on Monday, February 25, 2008. They will be leaving the School at 9:10 a.m. and returning to the School by 12:30 p.m. (InshaAllah). The cost for the trip is $15.00.
This is part of their Physical Education Programme.