DAY OF PEACE
A highlight of the AISC calendar, our traditional UN International Day assembly and Parade of Nations is virtual this year.
Each year, the International Day of Peace is observed globally on September 21. The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace by observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.
Head of School Andrew Hoover welcomes us on Zoom
Opening Remarks by StuCo President, Sungho Kim
Virtual Parade of Flags
CHEMUN SecGen, Lekhana Gogineni speaks
Middle School MUN Delegate, Keshav R Menon speaks
Hear from Elementary Schoolers!
Head of School’s Closing Remarks and Dismissal on Zoom
Meeting ID: 927 2546 4576
Join the HS MUNImpact Club in a discussion about the prevalent issues of the world, as they take a deeper dive into inequalities and global changes. Through this discussion, we hope to be able to further the UN Day theme and find ways to recover from what has occurred in the world recently, while creating actionable ways for a sustainable and equitable future.
Topic: UN76 Discussion
Friday, September 17, 4:15–5:00 p.m. IST
(soon after the UN Day Virtual Assembly)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 929 4874 4863
THE PCA INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY CELEBRATIONS
The PCA International Community Celebration is an opportunity for our community to come together to celebrate our diversity, cultural backgrounds, and unique traditions. Our Country Coordinators and families have made pre-recorded videos with the theme, “Food of my Country.” We invite you to watch these entertaining videos which can be found on the International Community Celebration webpage.
And you could be a prize winner! Students are encouraged to complete the PCA's international online quiz after watching all of the community videos. Visit now to learn more!
UN PEACE DAY READS
The CIC has curated a special "bookshelf" that reflects this year's theme, Recovering better for a sustainable and equitable world." Titles cover Fiction, Environmental Sustainability, Plagues & Pandemics, Inspirational Leaders, Global Development & India, and Service Activism Project Ideas. Visit the HS library to see the books on display or check them out on Sora.