Making Us Proud

  • Yellow: winning House at last Friday’s Singing Competition. Congratulations to the winners and all participants on a wonderful performance.
  • David Safo: took all the measurements for the stunning RED outfits for Intercolour Singing
  • King Cyrus (10/2/19) and Akos Osei (17/2/19): our weekly swimming champs
  • Staff who went to Akorlikope (Alex, Richmond, Prince, Dennis, Joe, Siita) to help complete the project.

Save This Date: 22 March

3-way interviews will be conducted from 7.30am-1.00pm on Friday, 22 March. This is the last day for this mid-semester and students may leave hostels with their parents following interviews. Details about booking interviews will be outlined in next week’s TIS Bulletin.

Visiting Sunday

This Sunday is Visiting Sunday from 1.00 – 4.30pm. Your children will look forward to sharing your meal with them.

March Newsletter

Making Us Proud

  • Lena Dodoo and Malaika Webb both spoke well at this week’s assembly.
  • Kwadwo Ohemeng and Mamle Kwao, our outgoing Heads of Student Council, and outstanding role models for TIS students.

BOL

Our boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will be competing at the ISSAG basketball championships tomorrow at GIS.

 

S2 Thanksgiving Service & Induction of Student Leaders

This semester’s thanksgiving service will be held on Sunday at 11.00am and will include the induction of the 2019 Student Council. Parents are welcome, as always.

February Newsletter

Making us proud

  • The cast and crew of Beauty and the Beast. The Lion has been put to rest.
  • Team TIS who supported the logistics and organisation of this outstanding 15th anniversary TIS annual performance.
  • Last Friday’s audience for ensuring a spectacular event that had to be seen to be believed.

Reminders

  • Please read the weekly bulletin and monthly newsletter, and take action as required.
  • All sections of the online exeat form must be completed for it to be submitted. Otherwise, you will see an error message. The time component is a 12-hour clock.

December Newsletter

Making us proud

  • YEP participating members who attended last Saturday’s workshop.
  • TIS soccer (boys and girls), handball (boys and girls) and table tennis (boys and girls) who enjoyed the interschool games with Ghana Christian International High School last Saturday. Handball is the natural TIS sport: fast and furious. Special mention to fast and furious stars, Stephanie-Louise and Kekeli.
  • Participants in the 2018 TIS Creative Writing and Photography Workshop being held tomorrow and Saturday.
  • Delegates to the SOS MUN being held from today until Saturday.
  • TIS representatives in soccer, handball and tennis at Saturday’s ISSAG championships.

Reminders

  • Please read the weekly bulletin and monthly newsletter, and take action as required.
  • All sections of the online exeat form must be completed for it to be submitted. Otherwise, you will see an error message. The time component is a 12-hour clock.

November Newsletter

Making us proud

  • Our Pioneering Students, Parents and Staff who joined us for Wednesday’s Special Assembly – a wonderful, nostalgic and emotional event.
  • Our youngest newbies, G7, who demonstrated what brilliant TIS Ambassadors they are by their actions last Friday. They are well on the way to becoming Class of the Year.
  • Mafina Amoako, G9 Newby and TIS 2018 Speaker of the Year.
  • Our Girls’ and Boys’ basketballers and table tennis teams, and the boys’ tennis team who enjoyed their social games against MICS last Saturday at TIS.

Reminders

  • Please read the weekly bulletin and monthly newsletter, and take action as required.
  • All sections of the online exeat form must be completed for it to be submitted. Otherwise, you will see an error message. The time component is a 12-hour clock.

October Newsletter

Making us proud

  • Our Student Council executive for ensuring a great welcome for our Newbies. Similarly, our G12 students are ensuring our Newbies are supported and settling in quickly.

Reminders

TIS Events
Parents are always welcome to attend any TIS event. We live in a busy 24/7 world, so this open invitation to parents to attend any event hopefully provides some sanity when trying to juggle calendars. Throughout the year, there are specific Visiting Sundays. However, they are not a monthly event as there may be sufficient TIS events available to parents to see their son/daughter.

Thanksgiving Service
At the start of each semester, a Thanksgiving Service is conducted. On Sunday, 2 September, the first semester Thanksgiving Service will be conducted from 11.00am-12.30pm in the MPH. Like all school events, parents are invited and welcome to attend.

Visiting Sunday
Following the Thanksgiving Service will be Visiting Sunday until 5.00pm. Visiting Sunday is an opportunity for family and food, and at first, not in that order. Visiting Sundays are scheduled throughout the year, usually once each month. If a month contains events that parents may attend at TIS, a Visiting Sunday may not be listed. For new families, tables and chairs are set up around the school and families eat and meet in different locations, including the MPH. Students look forward to their parents bringing them their favourite take-away food.

September Newsletter

Tema International School May NewsletterMaking us proud

  • Stephanie-Louise Agyemang for representing TIS on the Earth Day discussion panel.
  • Kwasi Ankama-Asamoah: a thoughtful and caring role model for others

BOL

  • Our athletes at tomorrow’s ISSAG athletic championships (El Wak)
  • Our G12 students who commence their final exams from today.
  • Our G10 students who commence their final exams next week.

May Newsletter

Making us proud

  • Ekow Dennis, proud parent and sponsor of the TIS Girls Soccer Team by providing new jerseys for ISSAG. The girls were so excited, played so well, and are so proud to wear them on Fridays.

April Newsletter

Making us proud

• TIS choir and dancers who performed the closing item at last Friday’s IB African Education Festival.
• TIS visual arts students and alumni who had their artwork on display at last Friday’s IB African Education Festival.
• Nana Entsiwa Adenu-Mensah, TIS Alumnus, introduced the opening keynote address at last Friday’s IB African Education Festival

March Newsletter

Making us proud

  • TIS Interact Club: on their successful Charter Night last Friday, as well a reaching halfway with their fundraising for a special incubator for preemies.
  • TIS Amnesty Club: for their anti-corporal punishment advocacy campaign that was launched today.
  • Harry Sintim-Aboagye: TIS long-term parent, for facilitating the implementation of the Duke of Edinburgh Award at TIS

February Newsletter

Reminders

  • Please read school communications. [Note: if you can’t access the weekly TIS Bulletin or Monthly Newsletter, this means you have not yet logged into ManageBac.]
  • As from 13 November, all exeat requests must be completed and submitted online. To access the online exeat form, please go to: https://www.tis.edu.gh/exeat-form
    [Note: If you receive a 404 error message, page not found, then please clear your website history and data and retry the link.]
  • TIS Events: Parents are always welcome to attend any school event.
  • ManageBac (MB) and Naviance: If you have any difficulties registering or logging in, please email Ken (principal@tis.edu.gh)
  • Yale Young African Scholars Program:TIS is again hosting this exciting program from 11-20 August 2018. Applications are now open and admission is highly selective and open to students between the ages of 14-18 years. Best news: YYAS is free to all participants. Please see the flyer inside this Bulletin for more details. Importantly, apply now and don’t leave it too late and miss out.

December Newsletter

Reminders
• Please read school communications. [Note: if you can’t access the weekly TIS Bulletin or Monthly Newsletter, this means you have not yet logged into ManageBac.]
• Return To Hostels: Students are due to return to hostels on Sunday, 29 October. Parents should advise Alex Tay, if their child/ren are returning early.
• TIS Events: Parents are always welcome to attend any school event.
• ManageBac (MB) and Naviance: If you have any difficulties registering or logging in, please email Ken (principal@tis.edu.gh)

November Newsletter

Reminders
• Please read school communications. [Note: if you can’t access the weekly TIS Bulletin or Monthly Newsletter, this means you have not yet logged into ManageBac.]
TIS Events: Parents are always welcome to attend any school event.
Exeats: Students will not have exeats approved if they have outstanding work to complete. Exeat requests for a
weekend should be received by COB Wednesdays. Students returning from an exeat on a school day must be in full school uniform, including shoes, not sandals. Gates close at 5.00pm.
Sporty Family: WOW! What a fabulous day and our best Sporty Family Day ever. The parents’ efforts have earned entry into the Adjavon Cup on 7 October (see below.) The parents who put their bodies on the line for team glory, along with parents who felt it wiser to support loudly and wildly, made it a special day. I am confident next year that some parents will heed my advice from 5 weeks ago to start training for the big day. Kudos to all for ensuring a successful event. Congratulations to Green and Yellow who were joint winners.

October Newsletter

At the start of each semester, a Thanksgiving Service is conducted. On Sunday, 27 August, the first semester Thanksgiving Service will be conducted from 11.00am-12.30pm in the MPH. Like all school events, parents are invited and welcome to attend.
Visiting Sunday
Following the Thanksgiving Service will be Visiting Sunday until 4.00pm. Visiting Sunday is an opportunity for family and food, and at first, not in that order. Visiting Sundays are scheduled throughout the year, usually once each month. If a month contains events that parents may attend at TIS, a Visiting Sunday may not be listed. For new families, tables and chairs are set up around the school and families eat and meet in different locations, including the MPH. Students look forward to their parents bringing them their favourite take-away food.

September Newsletter

Our 10 students who continue to remain focused and calm for their external exams. It’s been another big week for them, with the first students finishing their exams this week. Many have a week or so break from exams, and will enjoy some home study before returning to school for the final exams after 4 June.

June Newsletter

  • Gilbert Carrey was interviewed by Joy Prime and this will be broadcast on Saturday, 29 April between 5pm and 6pm on Joy Prime on channel 281 on DSTV, channel 180 on GoTV and also on MultiTV.
  • Our exam students, G12 and 10, their parents, teachers and Rev Dr Derek Larbi and Joe Mettle, for an inspiring Exam Candidates Service last Sunday. It was an extraordinary experience.

May Newsletter

Parent Reminders
• The 3-way interviews on Saturday (tomorrow) will be the final 3-way interviews for this academic
year. It is for all grades (7-12). If you have not booked, you will be still able to meet your
child’s teachers and discuss achievements for this semester.
•No students will be able to remain in the hostels during this mid-semester break (next week).
• Students will return on Sunday, 2 April, by 5.00pm. Students who wish to arrive on Saturday, 1
April, must have their parents contact Mr Alex Tay by 30 March.

April Newsletter

Parent Reminders

• All student clothing and items should be labelled.
• Exeat requests for a weekend should be received by COB Wednesdays. • Parents of students who will be withdrawing their son/daughter at the end of the year should notify admissions by 28 February.

• ACT April registration payment closes on Monday, 27 February.

March Newsletter

Making Us Proud

• Parents who joined us for the Semester 2 health walk last Saturday. Thank you.
• Parents who were able to attend the G11 subject selection session for Grade 10 students and their parents last Saturday. Thank you.
• The G11 girls involved in the girls’ soccer team: you are game changers and make a huge difference to the morale of the team.

• Students who nominated for student leadership positions, but were unsuccessful on this occasion. Your initiative is admired and your participation in the process has been good experience for next time. Yet remember, one of many great things about TIS is the range and variety of leadership experiences that are available from 7-12. Taking advantage of these opportunities and experiences develops your future success.

February Newsletter