IAA’s Manaf Hijjawi (’19) Puts Jordan On The Karting Map
Sunday, 02 December 2018
History was made when Manaf Hijjawi was the first driver from Jordan to win a race at the karting finals, the “Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals”. Manaf came in third in the Rotax World Championship 2018, held in Brasil. This race has become the most prestigious championship in the world of karting that brings together the most talented drivers in the world. Every year competitors from almost 60 countries can qualify for the annual Grand Finals. Well done Manaf!
U12 & U16 AAC Football Tournament
Thursday, 29 November 2018
IAA’s U12 and U16 Hawks teams participated in the AAC tournament this week, which was hosted by both IAA and ABS. Our Hawks athletes played remarkably well, with U16 eventually winning the tournament without a single loss, bringing back the U16 AAC trophy! Thank you players, coaches, staff and parents for your support. Go Hawks!
Prophet's Birthday Observance
Thursday, 15 November 2018
As per the Prime Ministry’s announcement, the observance of Prophet Mohammad’s birthday will be on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018 instead of Wednesday. Thus, the IAA will be closed Tuesday.
IAA Takes Part in the Jordanian School Librarians Conference
Monday, 12 November 2018
The IAA Library Team attended the Jordanian School Librarians Conference held at the Amman Baptist School on 4-5 November. IAA Libraries were integral in establishing and planning the annual bilingual conference. The theme was Librarians Helping Librarians: Collaborate & Innovate. Over 100 librarians and vendors participated in this year’s event. Renee Hobbs, from the University of Rhode Island and the Media Education Lab delivered the keynote address about Information Literacy.
Personal Body Safety In Primary
Thursday, 08 November 2018
Primary Counsellors Ms Maria Patino and Ms Sophie Hamam presented “Personal Body Safety” content to primary parents. IAA students are made aware of how to keep themselves safe and such efforts need the parents’ support which was the objective of yesterday’s morning session.