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By Lucie Lecocq Otsing

Ever since I started my teaching career, I have always enjoyed the exchange of learning that happens in the classroom between students and teachers.

Prior to the Spring break, one of the Middle School French Advanced-Proficient students created a revision game to practice ‘les homophones’, using an online platform, ‘quizlet,’ and introduced me to some ‘live’ features.

This platform, which can be used at home and in class, promotes our learner competencies of collaboration and our student-centered learning approach.

Not only am I thankful to be able to have face to face learning, but it is wonderful to continue to grow as an educator as well, and discover new dynamic teaching tools thanks to students’ initiatives.


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ACST Walkathon 2021

On March 26, ACST held the annual walkathon event at the school's field. Thanks to the PTO for organizing our first community event of the year.

While many of our community events had to be cancelled this year, it’s great that we are able to keep this tradition alive. Thanks to all of our parents who helped sponsor your children for this worthy cause. Through this event, we help support and fundraise the treatment of Covid-19 patients in Rabta Hospital.

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Beach Clean-up @Punic Port

Yesterday our students did a beach clean-up @Punic Port, Carthage to raise awareness on #SDG12 "Responsible Consumption and Production".

This activity aimed to educate our students about the impact of littering the local beaches and the role that we, the citizens, play in not polluting our beaches. Plastic pollution challenges marine & coastal life, threatens food safety and quality, human health, coastal tourism, and contributes to climate change! Why not start small?
Great enthusiasm was shown by all our eco-warriors who helped do their part by picking up different types of trash such as plastic bottles, plastic bags, glass bottles, paper, cigarette butts, and so much more! It was then sorted into its correct pile (red = can not be recycled, green = will be recycled). Some local residents as well as fishermen were front-row witnesses of our action.
A big thank you to Tunisie Recyclage  team for supporting the clean-up today.

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