Alyce Heights Drive, Alyce Glen
Petit Valley, Trinidad, W.I.
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News and Recent Events


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Congratulations to the Grade 8 Class of 2015!

Best of luck as you enter Secondary School.

ScienceFairWinnersWinners from the recent Science Fair show off the Science Ninjas t-shirts they all received.

The grade 12 Data Management class showcased their knowledge of probability by creating their own Game of Chance as part of their culminating activity. Grade 5, 6 and 8 students were invited to come and try the games while the Data Management students gathered experimental data. A few lucky students were successful, while others learned of the difficulties in winning at casino style games.

The Health and Wellness Fair was held on Friday 29th May and involved the Grade 12 Food and Nutrition class and Grades 5 & 6 classes.

There were activity displays where students were invited to join in.  Peter chatted with students about cycling, Joanne gave yoga sessions, Marie had fun with kick boxing, and Jordan got them going with Wii activity games.

The food lab was a hive of activity as the students made Salad in a Jar, Smoothies, Muffins, Fruit Kabobs and Pizza.  The students also ran through obstacle courses out in the courtyard.

Thanks to everyone who helped and to all the participants especially the PTA members who assisted in the food lab!

 The Maple Leaf International School Pan Ensemble left for Toronto, Canada on May 26th. The students  got to showcase Trinidad and Tobago’s national instrument as part of the cultural events leading up to the Pan-American Games, which will take place in Toronto this summer. They performed at middle schools and participated in a variety of musical workshops. The students enjoyed the Canadian experience while sharing the music of the steel pan.

On Saturday, May 23rd, ten high school students received training in basic First Aid and CPR. They demonstrated skills necessary to rescue adults, children or infants who were choking or needed CPR. They practiced techniques for immobilizing broken arms, bandaging heads, and placing people in the recovery position. They learned about the signs, symptoms and treatment for strokes, heart attacks, allergic reactions, seizures, abdominal injuries, burns, heat stroke, poisoning, and shock.

On Sunday, May 17th, some of our students competed in the Primary Schools Tennis Tournament at Country Club in Maraval. Congratulations to Aeden, Kira, Colt, and Brooke who made it to the semifinals in the Red ball division. In the Green ball division, Thomas, Jean-Michel, Adam, and Noah represented Maple Leaf. Congratulations to Thomas, and Jean-Michel for winning all of their round robin matches. Thanks to team managers Samantha and Racquel and all the parents who came out to support.