IB had a Christmas Ceremony in the White Hall
Just before Christmas, on Thursday, IB had a small Christmas Ceremony in the White Hall.
In a warm atmosphere, we listened to few songs – sung by Peter Põder, our surprise guest. During the Ceremony, IB golden pins and commend for excellent academic progress in different subjects were given to following students:
Jiyoon Kim (Mathematics)
Cassandra Christensen (English B, Biology, Creative project)
Saida Musajeva (Mathematics)
Anastasia Cheburachkina (Mathematics)
Erik Vunsh (Mathematics, English B, Creative project)
Ali Zeinally (Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Estonian AB)
Aleksander Roosimaa (Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Creative Project, English B)
Elisabeth Alla (Estonian A, Physics)
Krystyna Chernykh (Theory of Knowledge, History, English B, Business Management)
Maksim Zarodnjuk (Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, English B)
Sofya Zujeva (History, Mathematics, Chemistry, Business Management, English B). Sofya also won the price of “The Best Human Calculator”! Congratulations!
“Thank you” gifts went to Elisabeth Alla, Karolin Linamäe and Hanna Kruusmaa for organising our teams work for AMVA performance and to Erik Vunsh, Aleksander Roosimaa and Cassandra Christensen for producing our newsletter.
We heard some great words from Headmaster Ahto Orav and also our IB Coordinator Anneliis Kõiv found a lot of good to say to students and teachers.
Merry Christmas to you all!
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