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September 29th, 2016

Dear Parents and Guardians

As we discussed and explained in detail at the Parent Teacher group meeting last night, starting on Monday October 3rd 2016 we will be phasing in a new system for paying your child’s cafeteria charges. Each student will be issued with an identification card (see example below) with a unique barcode on it. Using this barcode at the cafeteria point of purchase student will be able to charge their purchases to their cafeteria account. Parents will be able to come into the cafeteria and pay money into their child’s cafeteria account at their convenience, eliminating the need for sending cash with their child everyday and having to buy cafeteria tickets. If parents are unable to come to school to pay money into their child’s cafeteria account, they can send the lump sum with their child at the start of the day  – the cafeteria staff will be present in the mornings as they have been in the past for ticket sales, to accept payments into students’ cafeteria accounts. We recommend that you put enough money on the cards to last for at least two weeks, including lunches and snacks. You may begin putting money on the card as soon as your child receives it. Students will be advised by the cafeteria when their accounts are close to being empty so that parents can come in and recharge the child’s account before the account runs out of money. This new system will not only be more efficient but also will allow  parents to track what their child is purchasing.

 

Please note: For the first week, Oct 3rd – 7th students will be able to use cash, cafeteria tickets and their charge accounts in the cafeteria. From October 10 onwards the cafeteria will no longer accept lunch tickets, students will have to use their charge accounts or EXACT change only to purchase food items(s).

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me, our Assistant Principal, Ms Effa or any one of our Student Services officers for clarification.

Dr. Sutton Jones

Principal

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2016-09-29

 

Хүндэт эцэг эхчүүд, асран хамгаалагч нараа,

 

Өчигдөр болж өнгөрсөн Эцэг эх, багш нарын зөвлөлийн хурал дээр тайлбарласны дагуу, 2016-10-03-ы Даваа гарагаас эхлэн сургуулийн кафенд төлбөрийн шинэ системийг хэрэгжүүлж эхлэх гэж байна. Сурагч бүрт тусгай бар код бүхий сургуулийн үнэмлэх олгох бөгөөд уг үнэмлэхээр кафед бүртгэгдсэн тус тусын данснаас өдрийн хоолоо худалдан авах боломжтой. Үүний тулд, эцэг эхчүүд кафед хүрэлцэн ирж, хүүхдийнхээ өдрийн  хоолны дансанд мөнгө тушааж, цэнэглэх бөгөөд ингэснээр та бүхэн өдөр бүр хүүхдүүддээ бэлэн мөнгө өгч явуулах, хоолны талон худалдан авах зэрэг шаардлагагүй болно. Хэрэв эцэг эхчүүд өөрийн биеэр хүрэлцэн ирэх боломжгүй бол хичээл эхлэхийн өмнө хоолны төлбөрийг хүүхэддээ өгч явуулах боломжтой. Кафены ажилчид таны хүүхдийн дансанд мөнгийг байршуулна. Дансны үлдэгдэл буурах тохиолдолд кафены ажилчид тухай бүрт нь мэдэгдэх бөгөөд цаг тухайд нь эцэг эхчүүд дансыг дахин цэнэглэнэ.

 

Тэмдэглэл: 10-р сарын 3-7-нд буюу төлбөрийн систем шинээр хэрэгжиж эхлэх эхний долоо хоногийн хугацаанд, сурагчид бэлэн мөнгө болон өмнө нь худалдан авсан хоолны талоноор дансаа цэнэглэх боломжтой. Харин 10-р сарын 10-аас хойш, кафенд хоолны талоноор үйлчлэхгүй, зөвхөн кафенд байршуулсан данс болон бэлэн мөнгөөр (ТААРСАН МӨНГӨӨР) өдрийн хоолоор үйлчлэх болно.  

 

Та бүхэнд асуулт байвал, надтай болон Сургалт Хариуцсан дэд захирал Хатагтай Эффа, сургалтын албаны ажилчидтай холбоо барина уу.

 

Др, Саттон Жонес

Сургалт хариуцсан захирал  

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학부모님께 알려 드립니다.

 

어제 학부모&교사 모임에서 안내해 드린 바와 같이 10월 3일 월요일부터 학교 내 식당에서 새로운 지불시스템을 시행할 예정입니다.

학생들에게는 고유의 바코드가 기재된 ID 카드가 새로 발급될 예정이며 카드는

아래를 참조하여 주십시오.

지불형식은 바코드를 읽히면 해당 금액이 학생의 식당계정에서 차감되는 방식입니다.

학부모님께서 오셔서 학교 내 식당에서 학생의 계정에 충전해 주시면 더는 현금이나 식권을 구매하지 않아도 됩니다.

만약 부모님께서 오시기 어려우시다면 학생에게 10월 3일 일정 금액을 보내주시어

아침 식당내 직원에게 충전할 수 있도록 하여 주십시오.

2주 동안 점심과 간식을 구매할 충분한 금액을 충전해 주시길 권해드리며

충전과 동시에 사용할 수 있습니다.

학생의 계정 금액이 얼마 남지 않은 경우에는 식당직원이 해당 내용을 학생에게 알려줄 것이니 금액이 소진되기 전에 오셔서 충전해 주시면 됩니다.

 

주의사항 : 첫 주인 10월 3일 ~ 7일에는 현금, 식권, 계정 모두 사용이 가능하오나

                     10월 10일부터는 현금과 식권은 불가하고 오로지 계정만 가능합니다.

 

궁금하신 점이 있으시면 Assistant Principal, Ms Effa 혹은 교무행정처로 문의 주십시오.

 

Dr. Sutton Jones

Principal

 

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ASU Opening Ceremony 2016-2017

September PTG Meeting

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                                                              SAVE THE DATE!                                                              

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

 

Dear Parents,

On Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 5:30PM in the School Auditorium we will hold our first monthly PTG meeting of the academic year to which you are all cordially invited.  This meeting is strongly advised for ALL parents and guardians who have students enrolled in Pre-K through Grade 12 at ASU.  The topic under discussion will be The Mongolian Economy and Education, facilitated by Dr. Dawn Dekle, President of Orkhon University, parent of a Grade 12 ASU student and President of the ASU PTG.  

 

The Mongolian Economy and Education

The proposed budget cuts by the newly elected Mongolian Great State Khural Parliament has caused widespread anxiety across Mongolia.  Understanding the economic challenges is important for informed decisions, and also helps us to know how to talk to our children about the economy.  At our PTG meeting, we will review the basics of how Mongolia’s economy decelerated, the corresponding impact on education in Mongolia, and discuss ways our ASU learning community can move forward during this time of economic adversity.

 

Looking forward to seeing you for what will be an informative and enjoyable discussion.

 

Dr. Kate Sutton Jones                                                      Roger Dutcher

Principal –  MS & HS                                                        Principal – ES

American School of Ulaanbaatar                                  American School of Ulaanbaatar

Хүндэт эцэг эхчүүдээ,

 

Энэ хичээлийн жилийн анхны Эцэг Эхчүүд, Багш нарын зөвлөлийн уулзалт 2016 оны 09-р сарын 28-ы өдрийн 17:30 цагт ахлах сургуулийн хурлын танхимд зохион байгуулагдах тул та бүхнийг хүрэлцэн ирэхийг урьж байна.

 

Манай сургуулийн цэцэрлэгийн ангиас 12-р анги хүртэлх ангиудад хүүхдээ сургадаг эцэг эхчүүд, асран хамгаалагч нарыг уг уулзалтанд хамрагдахыг хүсэж байна. Энэ удаагийн уулзалтыг Орхон их сургуулийн ерөнхийлөгч, Америк дунд сургуулийн Эцэг эх, багш нарын зөвлөлийн тэргүүн, мөн манай сургуулийн 12-р ангийн сурагчийн ээж Др. Доун Декль “Монголын эдийн засаг, боловсрол” сэдвээр удирдан явуулна.    

 

Монголын эдийн засаг, боловсрол

Шинээр бүрэлдсэн Монгол улсын их хурал төсвийн таналт хийх шийдвэр гаргасан нь Монгол улс даяар хүндрэлийг үүсгээд байгаа. Эдийн засгийн бэрхшээл, хүндрэлийг ойлгох нь бодит шийдвэр гаргахад нэн чухал төдийгүй  үр хүүхдүүдтэйгээ эдийн засгийн талаар ярилцахад илүү дөхөмтэй.  Эцэг эхчүүд, багш нарын зөвлөлийн уулзалт дээр, Монгол улсын эдийн засгийн бууралтын үндсэн шалтгаанууд, энэ нь Монголын боловсролд хэрхэн нөлөөлж байгаа болон улмаар энэхүү эдийн засгийн хямралыг Америк дунд сургуулийн хамт олон хамтдаа хэрхэн даван туулах аргуудын талаар ярилцах болно.

 

Иймд, та бүхнийг энэхүү сонирхолтой бөгөөд мэдээллээр дүүрэн ярилцлаганд хүрэлцэн ирнэ гэдэгт найдаж байна.

 

Др. Кэйт Саттон Жонес                                                       Рожер Датчер

Ахлах, дунд сургуулийн захирал                                     Бага сургуулийн захирал

Америк дунд сургууль                                                        Америк дунд сургууль

 

학부모님께,

2016년 9월 28일 오후 5시 30분 학교 강당에서 첫 월간  학부모&교사 회의가 진행되는데 Pre-K 부터 G12까지  모든  학부모님들께  참석하실것을 권장합니다.  

이 회의는 오르곤대학교   총장 Dr.Dawn Dekle 께서  몽골의 경제와 교육이라는 주제로 진행될 예정입니다.

몽골 경제 교육

새로 선출된 Khural 의회에서  제안된 예산 삭감은 경제불안을 야기하고 있습니다.  경제문제를 이해하는 것은 모든 의사결정에  중요 역활을 하며 또한 우리 자녀들과 경제에 대해  이야기하는 데 도움이 됩니다.  이번 학부모&교사회의에서는  몽골경제의 둔화,

그에 따른 몽골교육에 미치는 영향 그리고 경제불황동안  학습커뮤니티에서  앞으로 나아갈 방법에 대해 논의하게 될것입니다.

유익한 정보가 제공될  회의이오니 학보모님들의  많은 참석을  부탁드립니다.

 

Dr. Kate Sutton Jones                                                  Roger Dutcher

Principal –  MS & HS                                                    Principal – ES

American School of   Ulaanbaatar                            American  School of Ulaanbaatar

 

College Application Night

The Guidance Counselling Office held a presentation for  Grade 11 and Grade 12 students last week about college application to the USA, the United Knigdom and Canada. Below are the slides used in the preparation of our high school students for graduation.

Leading In Her Field

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NEWS RELEASE

 

Clark University student spends summer assessing water demand in Mongolia

WORCESTER, Mass.—Oyut Amarjargal, a rising senior at Clark University, recently completed a spatio-temporal assessment of environmental water demand in her home country of Mongolia with funding from Clark’s Liberal Education and Effective Practice (LEEP) initiative.

Amarjargal used remotely sensed and field-observed data of Khanbogd, Mongolia, to evaluate the potential future environmental implications of mining projects on pastoral nomadism and the local community.

“The problems associated with both climate change and broader environmental degradation, such as water shortages and land use, are just several of the many issues Mongolia faces in this era of globalization. For me, these changes are deeply personal, as Mongolia is my home country. I care deeply about both environmental sustainability and the societal ramifications of these dramatic changes, and I feel that environmentally-minded growth is important in terms of securing an equitable and sustainable future for my country,” wrote Amarjargal.

Amarjargal said that a nation’s vitality is not only based on GDP and economic statistics, but on “the well-being of its entire human community and the health of its ecosystems.”

Last year, Amarjargal received a Steinbrecher Fellowship for her research project, “Changing Ulaanbaatar through 24 Recycling Bags.”

“In the past year, I have become more and more sure about my passion for protecting the environment and nature. This has become an integral part of my life’s work, and I hope to create social change through education and activism,” she wrote. “I also seek to raise awareness in others, including Mongolians, of the necessity of preserving our precious environment and natural resources.”

Amarjargal is a member of the Class of 2017; she majors in geography and economics.  Amarjargal serves as vice president of Net Impact, and she is a member of the Gamma Theta Upsilon and Phi Beta Kappa honor societies.  Amarjargal is a graduate of the American School of Ulaanbaatar.

Liberal Education and Effective Practice (LEEP) is Clark’s bold effort to advance liberal education, linking a deep and integrated curriculum with opportunities to put knowledge into practice in order to prepare students for remarkable careers and purposeful, accomplished lives.

Now in its fifth year, LEEP projects have helped Clark University students pursue funded and directed problem-based summer projects. The projects—several of which are hosted by Clark alumni—offer real-world application of course material and provide an opportunity to engage with professionals outside of the University.  LEEP Projects also enable students to develop marketable skills, and focus on characteristics the University refers to as LEEP Learning Outcomes.

This summer, more than 100 undergraduates were awarded LEEP Fellowships to pursue projects ranging from international social action initiatives to internships with leading corporations. LEEP Fellows are expected to devote approximately 150 hours to their LEEP Project and participate in workshops on professionalism and project management.  LEEP Fellows complete a written reflection upon completion of their experience, are able to participate in the Hervey Ross Oratorical Contest each fall, and share results with the Clark community in one of the University’s annual undergraduate student research showcases.

“Students who are selected as LEEP Fellows progress through a competitive and intensive series of preparatory activities designed to help them successfully complete their LEEP Projects.  From proposal writing and résumé development, to professional communication and research skills, the LEEP Fellow experience helps prepare students to fully engage in the world and integrate their academic work with their professional interests,” said Michelle Bata, director of the LEEP Center at Clark.

Founded in 1887 in Worcester, Massachusetts, Clark University is a liberal arts-based research university addressing social and human imperatives on a global scale. Nationally renowned as a college that changes lives, Clark is emerging as a transformative force in higher education today. LEEP (Liberal Education and Effective Practice) is Clark’s pioneering model of education that combines a robust liberal arts curriculum with life-changing world and workplace experiences. Clark’s faculty and students work across boundaries to develop solutions to complex challenges in the natural sciences, psychology, geography, management, urban education, Holocaust and genocide studies, environmental studies, and international development and social change. The Clark educational experience embodies the University’s motto: Challenge convention. Change our world.

www.clarku.edu