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ATA Chronicle
Volume 1 Issue 5                                                                                                                                                                                    August 2014

A Message From the Principal



As Salaamu' Alaikum (Peace Be Upon You)

 Welcome to Al-Ikhlas Training Academy

 I am pleased to have you visit our website. Al-Ikhlas Training Academy is a diverse school community with staff and students from various cultures and traditions. An atmosphere of family and love is present throughout the school. This experience has enabled our students to know one another, to respect one another, and to prepare to become productive members of the global society. Our dedicated staff work very diligently to create a nurturing, caring and safe environment that is conducive to the spiritual, moral, intellectual, social and physical development of each of our students.We strive to enable each student to realize his/her potential, to gain self-confidence, to desire lifelong learning, and to acquire skills that will enable him/her to make G'd-Conscious choices that will lead to success in this life and in the Hereafter.

 Sincerely, 

 Nafeesa Mahdi, Middle and High School Principal 


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ATA’s Annual Debate Competition

As the 2013-2014 Student Council held its annual debate competition just two weeks ago, any reassurance needed for the potential and power of our youth was provided. With four teams, each consisting of four debaters, going head to head in two sets of intense debates, the predictions of the results were extremely difficult.  With that, we'd like to thank all of our judges: Sr.Amani, Sr.Kamilah, Sr.Sumaiya, and Br.Jabril for all of their hard work. In an effort to help those ATA students who will be participating in the MIST (Muslim Interscholastic Tournament) debate competition this year, the council decided to use a few of the topics that MIST provided. From these six, the two up for the preliminary debates were: "An oppressive government is more desirable than no government at all", AND "Parents/legal guardians of a minor should be held legally responsible for their child's bullying, if it results in the serious injury or death of another minor." 

For the first time in ATA history, we had TWO eighth graders on a debate team, Alhamdulillah. Congratulations to all of the debaters listed below, your participation was greatly appreciated. As the winners of the preliminary rounds, Team B and Team C will be competing in the championship debate scheduled for March 6, 2014. The topic that they'll be debating will be "Government security agencies are justified in monitoring private communication for the sake of national security."

" An oppressive government is more desirable than no government at all"

1) Team A.   (Affirmative)                           
   - Bushrah Rahman (captain) 
   - Muminah Ahmed
   - Salwa Omar
   - Tena Sanogo

2) Team B. (Opposition) 
   - Fatimah Odeh (captain) 
   - Tesneem Algahim
   - Khawla Rahman
   - Sabrina Rahman 
   - Abidul Chowdhury (alternative)

"Parents/legal guardians of a minor should be held legally responsible for their child's bullying if it results in the serious injury or death of another minor."

1) Team C. (Affirmative) 
   - Nabintou Doumbia (captain)
   - Mouna Abdulbaghi 
   - Hanan Azom
   - Hanzala Hafiz

2) Team D. (Opposition) 
   - Nushrat Rahman (captain)
   - Asiyah Ahmad
   - Kassim Badani 
   - Jehan Alsomiri

First Place Winner - Fatimah Odeh
Second Place - Tesneem Algahim
Third Place - Nabintou Doumbia

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