She was a distinguished educator and teacher who continued to fulfill her educational mission faithfully till her last breath.
She was a model of the fighter who refused to surrender. She courageously fought cancer and her love for life made us forget that she was fighting such a severe battle. She passed away leaving the people who loved her in pain.
Sincere condolences to her family members. We always remember such people and remind ourselves that their beautiful souls are immortal.
May her soul rest in peace.
With all joy and appreciation, Saint Jeanne Antide Institute announces Mrs. Yvonne Azer as the new principal of the School.
For more than thirty years of work in the Institute, Mrs. Yvonne has been in various educational positions, first as a teacher and later as the head of the kindergarten department.
It is all about a rich professional field where she was able to build positive relations with our partners at home and abroad, develop theatrical culture within the Institute, work to raise the members of its team and contribute to obtaining many certificates of appreciation and quality.
At the same time, the Institute staff members congratulate itself on this choice and offer full respect and support to the new Principal.
Ambassador Nabila Makram, Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates’ Affairs, launched an initiative to celebrate the foreign communities that have lived and are still living on Egyptian lands.
30 April 2018 was scheduled to launch that initiative in the presence of his Excellency the president of Egypt Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Mrs. Sisi, as well as the presidents of Cyprus and Greece.
Our KG department was honoured to send its pupils to welcome the President and his honoured guests. The pupils lined up in front of “Ras El Tin” Palace, waving flags of the three countries with enthusiasm as soon as the presidential cars arrived.
The heads of states moved towards the children to take pictures with them, before heading inside the palace to start the official evening followed by a party.
It was a great new experience for our pupils that started forming their national sense and learning more about their city, Alexandria with all its multiculturalism.
Before leaving the palace, the pupils took pictures with the Minister Nabila Makram, the Governor of Alexandria and other dignities, both foreign and Egyptian.
Long Live Egypt !
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