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In the parent coffee we discussed how social emotional learning (SEL) is embedded in the middle school curriculum.

Our Operations at SAS article series is intended to maintain open communication around issues and decisions affecting the finances and operations of Singapore American School. Reading these articles will help you learn more about our school and how it has flourished for 65 years. For our first article this year, we present an update on enrollment numbers, new faculty, and summer facilities projects.

Calling neighborhood parents to help our walkers, bikers, and scooter-riders complete their school commute safely by acting as a crossing guard at the Woodgrove Avenue crosswalk.

For students riding the bus home at the end of the day, please be aware that bus dismissal will take longer while the children are becoming familiar with school routines.

We're switching to summer break mode #Eagles! We wish you all a safe and relaxing summer. See you in August!

Vesak Day is observed by Buddhists and some Hindus in countries around the world.

Please update your travel information if you intend to travel in the next 60 days, if you have traveled recently, or if your travel plans have changed at all from the last time you completed the travel declaration.

Senior parents, please join us for a special high school PTA coffee on Wednesday, May 12 at 8:45 a.m.

If you have a child who is taking part in Ramadan this year, they are welcome to spend their lunchtime in a space designated in their division.

For Muslims worldwide, observing the holy month of Ramadan is an important religious obligation. This year, Ramadan starts at sundown on Monday, April 12.

As the school year draws to a close, our community is reflecting on our devoted faculty and staff.

In the last few weeks, our community has had several opportunities to learn more about the new high school dining spaces and give us feedback on the ideas and concepts suggested by potential vendors.