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The Joy of Giving!

Our Giving Tree Campaign has been hugely successful, thanks to the tremendous generosity of the ACST community! This week has been an overwhelming show of gratitude from students, teachers, and families toward the Mongi Slim Hospital of La Marsa.

With boxes and boxes of items donated during the campaign, and all elementary students taking part in the packing process, we assembled:

  • 30 New Mother Baskets
  • 30 Covid Care Kits
  • 30 Children’s Comfort Backpacks

Each of these patient gifts include a hand-decorated Arabic greeting card made by a student!
With over 4,000 TDN donated during the campaign, we are providing the hospital with these necessary supplies:

  • 100 sterilized bottles
  • 50 newborn onesies and caps
  • 30 new crib sheets
  • 30 electronic thermometers

High school students delivered all hospital donations on Friday, December 18.

And so, we give thanks to all of you who made this generous donation possible, and to all of the teachers, students, parents, and community members who donated items, cookies, money, time, energy, and their hearts to the hospital and its patients.

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CAS Project by Franke

Our emphasis on having well-rounded students is another contributing factor why parents choose ACST. For IB students participating in CAS (Creativity, Action & Service) experiences is required.

Franke de Jonge's project involved the gathering of school supplies through donations from the students and teachers of ACST. Through this experience, he had hoped to get more involved with his own community at ACST, while at the same time helping 32 students in need within the Sijoumi middle school.

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Once Cap, One Smile

As part of her CAS project, Yu Asami, Gr 12, collected plastic bottle caps from the ACST community to donate them to AGIM, the association for disabled students in La Marsa.

These will be recycled and used to support the facility, such as purchasing new wheelchairs and new equipment needed. Her overall objective was to raise awareness: “All the caps that we have collected means that we consumed that many amounts of plastic.

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