Yesterday, we received a string of comments within about a 20 minute period. The individual who made the comments is a critic of our site. We initially vehemently disagreed with most of what we read. One of the major issues we had with the comments was that they were written from the perspective of different … Continue reading An Apology Is Due
It is time for a comment contest. Today we want to ask the question, "What did ASK teach you?" On the Employment Page of the ASK website are a series of scrolling graphics which vary in their degree of irony. One in particular caught our attention. We have removed the teacher's name and image for … Continue reading What Did ASK Teach You?
Hello readers and American School of Kuwait employees, both current and future. We hope that you enjoyed this morning's presentation on the new pay structure. While it is regrettable that this offer was not made for teachers leaving this year, and that teachers were not informed before November 15, we feel that there were a … Continue reading Regarding the New Pay Structure
A 7:15 AM all-school meeting!? Bring on the raises!
Thanks for making 2018 our best month yet! Over 11,000 individual page visits in November with more than 1,206 different devices viewing our page. We are very pleased to offer such a valuable service to the community of the American School of Kuwait. We constantly receive updates and information from the community. We try to be … Continue reading Update On Readership – November 2018
We were analyzing the available positions for the 2018-2019 (sorry, 2019-2020) school year and we noticed that there were so many openings it would be easier to list what jobs are not available. Elementary: CDC, KG2, Fine Arts, PE, Spanish, Library, Counselor Middle: PE, Science, Tech, Foreign Languages High: PE Out of 34 different positions between the … Continue reading Unavailable Positions
In a recent Elementary blog post, the school expressed their fortunes to have three wonderful instructional coaches who assist teachers: Be thankful for now, because it looks like 2/3 of those instructional coaches are leaving: Well, it's nice to be thankful for things while you still have them.