With the second annual elementary school concert, titled "Little Stars," our young singers took the stage to display their musical abilities on Tuesday, March 21st. Parents were also invited to enjoy this event alongside teachers, staff, and students. Some students sang songs in English, Tajik, and Uzbek, while others played instruments like the piano. From third grade, Halil and Islam even solved a Rubik's Cube with their eyes closed during the time limit of one song. We thank the elementary school students for this musical treat, and the parents for taking the time to come!
It's never a bad idea to inform the younger generations about how a robot functions. Our FTC & FLL robotics team presented their robots to all Elementary and Middle schoolers who got the chance to control Curiobot in a field and watched in awe as it accomplished certain tasks. They were informed about insights of robot designing and programming. We hope they will create better robots for us in the future!
After months of extensive research, debate practicing, and fundraising, the club members of Model UN attended and participated in the 43rd NHSMUN conference; it is the world's largest Model UN conference, with hundreds of schools and thousands of delegates joining from all around the world. This year, for three productive days, our students represented the Republic of Niger. They talked to and collaborated with several other delegates to reach a solution and write a resolution paper that would solve problems in their respective committees. This simulation allowed for students to augment public speaking skills, enhance teamwork spirit, and gain political experience. Following the conference, on Saturday the 18th, all the delegates went to the UN headquarters for a closing ceremony. Here, they saw a glimpse of what a future in the political field could look like if they continue their hard work!