Updated: Nov 3
STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTION
We are delighted to announce the results of our recent student council elections, where our students have made their voices heard and elected their leaders for the upcoming year.
Joanna from grade 12 has been selected as the School President in the high school division. Her dedication and passion for improving our school community have shone through, and we are excited to see the positive changes she will bring.
Benjamin from int seven has been chosen as the Middle School President in the middle school division. Benjamin's leadership skills and commitment to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for our middle school students make him an excellent choice for this critical role.
Are from Dual three has been elected as the Primary School President in the primary division. His enthusiasm and creative ideas will create a vibrant and engaging primary school experience. We want to thank all the candidates who participated in the elections and express our appreciation for their willingness to serve the school community. Please join us in congratulating Joanna, Benjamin, and Are on their well-deserved victories.
We look forward to a fantastic year under their leadership.
We want to inform you of a recent decision that has been made concerning the safety and well-being of our students at Dragos Campus. In the wake of a recent earthquake report, it was determined that the Dragos Campus may not provide the ideal level of safety in the event of a significant earthquake. The safety and security of our students are our top priorities, and as such, we took decisive action to ensure their well-being. After careful consideration and consultation with relevant authorities and experts, we relocated the Dragos Campus to our more earthquake-resistant and secure Çamlıca Campus. This decision has been made with the children's safety in mind and aligns with our commitment to providing our students with a secure and nurturing environment. The transition to the Çamlıca Campus was carried out with utmost care and minimal disruption to your children's education. Our dedicated staff worked diligently to make this transition as smooth as possible. Our new students and teachers spent their first week on our campus with joy and happiness.
HIGH SCHOOL PROJECTS
Irmak, from Grade 11, wants to be a psychologist like her mum. She is following in her mother’s footsteps. But we know she will be one of the best. Her " Self-Image " workshop is an expressive arts workshop for kids 9 to 11. The concept of this workshop is to work with these girls on their confidence and self-esteem before they get introduced to social media. Social media usually makes girls feel insecure about themselves; She wants to make them feel comfortable and confident in their bodies. She wants this workshop to help prevent any insecurities young girls may feel due to societal pressure.
Sogol, from grade 10, wants to study business at university. Sogol brought her creativity to the forefront this week as she visited my office to discuss her exciting social media team project. Seeing our students take the initiative to contribute innovative ideas and make a positive impact is inspiring.
Yasemin and Raya from Grade 11 captivated us with their presentation on the Keystone Health Club. Their commitment to promoting health and well-being within our school community is commendable, and we look forward to witnessing the positive influence of their initiatives. They will be teaching first-aid, and they will be joining competitions about medicine. In the future, do not hesitate to visit them when you get sick.
Hanna and Adel visited us on behalf of our Robotics Team; they are always at the forefront of innovation and share their future projects and plans. The enthusiasm and dedication of ROBOSTONE enthusiasts continue to drive our school's commitment to technological excellence.
As we reflect on the week's accomplishments, it's evident that our students are excelling academically and actively contributing to the positive culture and spirit of Keystone. We take great pride in our student body's diverse talents and passions.