On behalf of our entire staff, we would like to welcome you and our returning students. We hope you had a wonderful summer and we are looking forward to working with you .
I would like to express my gratitude to our students and parents for their commitment to school’s rules and regulations. We encourage, support and guide our students in the principles of Respect, and Responsibility.
This summer our Chief Science Officer (CSO) members from last year, Khaled Al Fahhad and Khaled AL Mayyas, received Leadership and STEM training in the University of Arizona and are now on the Leadership Council of the CSO program in Kuwait. They provided a training workshop from their experience last year to the new members during the CSO workshop held on Friday 20th Sep and Saturday 21st Sep. This year we have three new CSO members introduced to the team being Abdullah Al Anzi (11SA), Soud Al MAjdali (11SA) and Bader Al Qassar (9B).
Bader AlQassar and Khaled Fahad have been also chosen to participate in a Robotic competition conducted by Kuwait Innovation Center. The competition will be among the students of 12 bilingual schools in Kuwait and is sponsored by Al-Sayer Group and Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS). Their main goal is to foster the development of robotic solutions for the hardware and software domain. The theme of competition is Rainfall Sewage System Disaster proposed after the real disaster that happened in Kuwait where students assemble robots to help solve the disaster and save lives. We wish them all the success.
Based on RBS objectives to empower students to achieve their personal and academic success to become competitive and productive members of the workforce, Career Counseling office is arranging an orientation meeting with Kuwait University for grade 12 students to guide them regarding the requirements of the university, aptitude tests regulations, major choice and students’ facilities and benefits.
Model United Nation (MUN) is a fast-growing competitive activity for many students, but to Resala, it means something more. MUN has helped our students to grow into leaders, discover our futures, believe in themselves, and exercise in research, public speaking, and teamwork; it helps students to participate in finding practical solution to international problems. These are skills that our students will need throughout their future career. A group of RBS students will be participating in PEARL-MUN at Al Bayan Bilingual School on the 31st Oct – 2nd Nov inshaAlla.
Beside all the above, the month of October will witness the celebration of World Food Day, Green Day and Sports Day. We hope that our students will enjoy and benefit from all our indoor and outdoor activities and events.
Ms. Siham Ayesh
Principal of Middle and High School