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Over the winter holiday the Land Transport Authority changed the traffic markings outside our back gate. Vehicles may now turn right as they exit campus.

The SAS libraries will be open for book checkout only, not as study or gathering spaces. When you arrive on campus, please ensure that the correct forms have been submitted, complete the Safe Entry requirements, and temperature checks

We hope your family will continue to be part of the SAS community in the 2021–22 school year! Soon after school resumes in January, our annual re-enrollment exercise will begin.

Please be informed that our Technology Infrastructure on campus will be unavailable on Saturday, December 12 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. due to network maintenance.

The holidays are near! It is that time of year to show gratitude to our SAS custodians, cleaners, security staff, and all our friends who keep SAS running smoothly behind the scenes.

Monday, December 7 is early release day for all students. Students will follow their regular schedule and will be dismissed at 12:00 p.m.

We're working on a fun holiday video project that allows us all to collaborate as a community. We hope to involve as many members of the community as possible! Please submit your video by Friday, December 11.

Happy Thanksgiving! In the United States, the first national Thanksgiving was declared in 1777, and it eventually became a national holiday when President Lincoln, in the midst of the Civil War, decided a Thanksgiving holiday might help unite Americans.

Spread the word! Our admissions team is hosting virtual events for families (pre-school to kindergarten or Chinese immersion) interested in applying to SAS.

Check out what it takes to ensure that we protect the environment around us as we take on this massive campus upgrade project. Environmental Consultant offers his recommendations on now to manage the flora and fauna here at SAS.

Deepavali, also known as Diwali, is celebrated by Hindus worldwide. This year, Singapore's Deepavali public holiday falls on Saturday, November 14, and Monday, November 16 is a school holiday.

We hope you enjoyed reading about where SAS students come from in Part 1 of our annual Student Demographics article. This week we further explore our community's characteristics by looking at what brings SAS families to Singapore, who pays the bills, how long students stay, and where families live.

Give the school uniform a week off and celebrate Homecoming Spirit Week from November 2 to 6! Everyone is invited to join the themed dress days!

    In recent years, the Woodlands Halloween celebration has grown significantly. This year, in place of the traditional trick-or-treating, the local government is encouraging families to find alternate ways to celebrate Halloween.

    We have received great feedback regarding our Friday Red-Out spirit wear days. One of the most common suggestions we receive is to broaden this beyond "red-out" to include all SAS spirit wear.

    Campus access will continue to be limited to individuals who have appointments and have completed the visitor registration form shared by the school leader who has invited them to campus.

    Submit an essay of less than 1000 words or a video with a 1-minute length on the prompt "How to empower an individual to understand and participate in building an inclusive society during this epidemic, COVID 2019?"