FMIS Exhibits Student Artwork
Fakhir Mergasori International School recently organized an exhibition to showcase student artwork. The exhibit featured artwork created by FMIS students in KG1 through Grade 4. From handcrafts and drawings to paintings and play dough figures, the art exhibit showed off the wide range of FMIS students’ talents.
The exhibit event was kicked off with an opening note from FMIS Director, Ms. Jwan Husny, who praised the students for their creative efforts and recognized the staff for coordinating the event. “Everyone was excited to see the students’ handicrafts and paintings. Students really enjoyed the event and the chance to show their families what they had worked on,” commented a FMIS staff member. “The students’ work was really interesting and imaginative. It’s great that students had a venue like the art exhibit to express themselves,” said a FMIS parent.
FMIS’s art exhibit is one of the many activities and events organized for students at the school. Student participation in extracurricular activities is encouraged through Student Life in schools throughout the SABIS® School Network. By fostering the exploration of a wide range of interests and promoting the development of students’ individual talents, SABIS® ensures that students acquire a broad range of skills and experiences so they can become effective and valuable team players, and strong candidates at top universities around the world.
The first of three SABIS® Public-Private Partnership schools established in Kurdistan, FMIS opened its doors is in September 2008 to students in Kindergarten to Grade 3. Today, the school boasts an enrollment of more than 600 students in KG-4 and will expand its grade offerings each year until it becomes a full KG-12 program.
For more information about Fakhir Mergasori International School in Kurdistan, visit www.pppkurdistan-sabis.net/fakhir-mergasori.