Go-Green Week was designed to be a week where we focus on helping the environment; specifically in our own community. Our goal was to introduce our students to concepts such as recycling, reducing waste, and being ‘environmentally friendly’. We have organized many activities this week for both inside and outside the classroom
Egypt Week concluded with a very special Egypt Day where students performed the Om Al Doniya play showing the importance of the river Nile. It was followed by a celebration that included the Metropolitan School’s Student Art Exhibition and Folkloric Shows along with an array of food vendors who supplied
During Egypt Week, Metropolitan Elementary students visited the Pharaonic Village where they got to know how Egyptians lived during the Pharaonic Era. They also took a tour in the Nile and saw a presentation about the different kings who ruled Pharaonic Egypt and the various handcrafts and industries during this
Combining all the efforts of our Met students, we organized a trip to Al-Forqan Orphanage to spend time with the children there. Grade 1 Navy and Met Staff, distributed the clothes collected from the “Clothing Drive”, the backpacks bought from the “Candy Gram” raised money and donated food supplies bought
In our continuous efforts to emphasize on our vision of building a generation of ethical citizens, we organized a clothing drive in the beginning of the winter where we asked all our students to bring their old clothes to be donated to less fortunate children. The project was led by
During Literacy week, Met Students experienced lots of activities related to literacy and reading. Throughout the week, there was a book fair where the children were exposed to a wide variety of English and Arabic books. Our teachers arranged mystery readers who popped into the class, during the day, to
Since one of Metropolitan’s values is Entrepreneurship, we decided to integrate that value with our lesson. “Entrepreneurship is the process of designing a new business or offering a product, process or service.” so, our Grade 1 Navy class decided to create a business and sell Valentine Grams for Valentine’s Day.
Supporting a Community Service Cause to help a less fortunate staff member at Metropolitan School who hurt her back, our students in first grade Red Class used their entrepreneurial skills to collect money. They simulated a real factory in class and produced gift bags. The students then sold their goods