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School Announcements تدريس مادة إضافية إختيارة ومجانية في الفيزياء

What is Cushing Syndrome and how it's related to Obesity?

10 Oct 2019 - Middle School



Cushing’s syndrome is a rare condition and one of the adrenal gland diseases with severe symptoms including morbid obesity, moonfaced, hypertension, diabetes, etc. It occurs when the tissues of the body are exposed to high levels of the cortisol hormone for an extended amount of time. It is good to have cortisol at normal levels, but when those levels get too high they cause health problems. Although cortisol is related to stress, there is no evidence that Cushing’s syndrome is directly or indirectly caused by stress, and since obesity may increase the risk of developing this syndrome, the health Club took a step to raise awareness regarding this fatal disease, its serious symptoms, and causes of adrenal gland diseases like: tumors, Pheochromocytoma, Congenital Hyperplasia, Hyperaldosteronemia and Addison's disease. Moreover, an instructive brochure was distributed and an informative session was given to seven and eight graders about obesity and Cushing disease.

At the end, the health club hopes that all learners and teachers will follow the recommendations given by the health club dietitian Mrs. Norma Mahmoud while assessing their BMI and checking with their family doctor in case their BMI's are less than 18.5 or more than 30.

Middle & Secondary Health Club

Supervised by RN Ohoud Afara

Eating right / Healthy School Cafeteria

1 Oct 2019 - Middle School



School-age children (age 11-18) need healthy food and nutritious snacks. They have a consistent rate of growth and they need five to six meals a day including snacks. Their calorie intake ranges between 1600 kcal/day—2200 kcal/day depending on the gender and their physical activity.

Students consume one third of their food intake at school; so it’s the school's responsibility to train students to adopt healthy eating habits and make better food choices that will have a big impact on their health and quality of life in the future.

Besides giving lectures about healthy eating and orientation programs all through the school year, changing the cafeteria items to meet the health requirements needed by these students is a must. That's why, changing the school menu in the cafeteria has been started by the middle and secondary health club. Many foods such as Fruit yogurt with granola ingredients: (fresh fruit paste mango or cherry + yogurt + honey toasted whole oats + sun flower seeds), fruits, vegetables like carrot cucumber sticks with homous dip, cakes etc. are added to the school cafeteria menu and many to come.

Middle and Secondary School Health Club with the help of dietitian Norma Mahmoud

Supervised By RN Ohoud Afara


The Sensory Pathway

30 Sep 2019 - Elementary School


  “DON’T WALK IN THE HALLWAYS!” This is our healthy motto for this year in the elementary department at HHHS.
Being active does not only serve as a way of combating lifestyle diseases, such as obesity, but also serves as an outlet for negative emotions, anxiety, and sensory overload.
For most schools, this means PE once or twice a week or an afterschool extracurricular activity of tennis, basketball or football…..many children don’t really participate in the latter, which begs the question: Is one hour of physical education per week enough exercise for our growing boys and girls?
We know it isn’t, so we made sure learners get in as much physical activity as possible with their “Sensory Path”- a colorful activity map that runs through the first floor in the elementary department.
These pathways are set up in a specifically designed way for skipping and jumping, pushing lots of heavy work that we call proprioception - the perception or awareness of the position and movement of the body that is neurologically based.
Research and evidence indeed support the need for movement and how it helps children to pent up their energy and provides a space for those who have extra wiggles face a hard time sitting through increased time in the classroom.
We are focused to make sure our kids are learning literacy and numeracy but also be mindful of their body and wellness. Running through the Sensory Path everyday increases our kid’s physical competency, which increases their confidence and their academics as a result.
The society has to change its perception of the value of movement, and this should happen in all sectors, not only in schools, in which it should become equally important to reading and writing.
At Houssam Eddine Hariri High School, the change has begun.

Hala Shaddad


My Remarkable and Inspiring Participation in Immerse Education Summer Program 2019

25 Sep 2019 - High School



This summer, I had the opportunity to benefit from a scholarship offered by Immerse Education to attend a summer camp in one of the world's most prestigious universities, The University of Cambridge, where I have enhanced my knowledge on one of my favorite subjects, Philosophy. During my stay, I got to meet people from different backgrounds, which not only widened my circle of friends but also availed me to get acquainted with diverse cultures. In an attempt to become more IMMERSED in this amazing experience, we had the chance to visit Cambridge city and some of the most mesmerizing colleges of the university through fun activities like the scavenger hunt. Moreover, Immerse made sure to put some weight on its educational side by setting a meeting with some eminent guest speakers so that they can inform us about their meritorious achievements and provide the best advice to propel our work and reach our full potential. It also offered us a variety of workshops in order to elucidate overt perplexities concerning university applications. As for Philosophy, I definitely fell in love with all of the dimensions I didn't even know they were present. This subject is arguably abstruse but not esoteric because it satiates our inquisitive nature. By and large, what I appreciate the most about this experience is its completeness; I feel absolutely enriched.

Gheed Bizri - Seconde Student



The Learning Environment

23 Sep 2019 - Elementary School


  As we continue to provide our young learners with a quality education that fosters their capabilities and inspires them to achieve their full potential, educators at the primary department have been fully engaged in professional development sessions on “Making Space for Learning”, where the school, with all of its facilities, is a learning space that nurtures a culture of respect and allows learners to take responsibility for their learning.

In response to the twenty-first century skills needed to better equip learners for the future, students should enjoy school years to develop self-assessment capabilities, inquiry mindset, collaboration skills, critical as well as creative thinking, and technology literacies. All these skills find their way to flourish in a learning environment that has clear expectations, utilizes positive language patterns and opportunities for modeling, develops genuine relationships, and establishes routines that allow for opportunities of inquiry and curiosity to happen.

For this, educators got the opportunity to reflect on what makes a good practice within a learning environment, then they developed criteria where students’ voices and choices are appreciated. Using a process of inquiry, action, and reflection, which promote student innovation and creativity, teachers were able to collaborate and identify the why, how, and what kind of actions the school should take to go further in implementing a culture of lifelong learning.

Dina Jradi - Elementary School Director & PYP Team

The Little Engineer Workshop

13 Sep 2019 - School Activities


  Implementing #STEM
Training the educators on the why and how to integrate STEM in classes and how to engage learners in:
we investing in young minds, developing steame concepts, and engaging learners in design thinking experiences are essential elements in 21st century education.
A new project is taking place!
thanks the Little Engineer...


أول يوم مدرسي في قسم الروضات

Preschool - 12 Sep 2019




"مقاصد - صيدا" أطلقت العام الدراسي في مدارسها بلقاء لأسرتها التعليمية في "معهد محمد زيدان"

School Activities - 6 Sep 2019



اطلقت جمعية المقاصد الخيرية الاسلامية في صيدا العام الدراسي " 2019 -2020 " في مدارسها الأربع: " ثانوية المقاصد ، وثانوية حسام الدين الحريري ، ومدرسة عائشة أم المؤمنين ودوحة المقاصد "؛ وذلك خلال لقاء لأسرة معلمي ومعلمات المدارس الأربع عقد في قاعة المسرح الجديد لـ"معهد محمد زيدان لتدريب المعلمين " التابع للجمعية بجانب ثانوية المقاصد في المدينة .
وقد حضر اللقاء : نائب رئيس الجمعية رئيس المجلس التربوي الدكتور حسن الشريف ، واعضاء المجلس الاداري”، الأستاذ رغيد مكاوي ، والأستاذ انيس الخطيب والدكتور جمال البزري “، ومديرة السياسات التربوية مديرة ثانوية المقاصد الاسلامية السيدة سهير غندور، ومديرة ثانوية حسام الدين الحريري السيدة لطفية مظلوم ، ومديرة مدرسة عائشة ام المؤمنين السيدة غنى نسب ، ومديرة دوحة المقاصد السيدة هنا جمعة ” وامين سر مكتب الجمعية الأستاذ مازن قبرصلي، والمستشاران التربويان المشرفان على الإعداد ل-"معهد محمد زيدان" ،"السيدة رندة درزي الزين والأستاذ محمود السروجي " كما حضر اللقاء عدد من الاداريين في الجمعية .
 المصدر/ رأفت نعيم


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