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Kinjal Shah

From South America to Singapore, Russell Buxton shares his journey as an educator and provides top reading tips for middle schoolers. 

 

 

Cara D'Avanzo

SAS Director of Facilities and Services, Anthony Wong and SAS Health and Safety Specialist, Sebastian Wong joined over 100 school and university safety, security, risk management, facilities, and operations professionals in attending the ASISS 2018 conference.

SCHOOL SECURITY CONFERENCE KEEPS SAS SAFETY TEAM ON TOES
Cara D'Avanzo

SAS Director of Facilities and Services, Anthony Wong and SAS Health and Safety Specialist, Sebastian Wong joined over 100 school and university safety, security, risk management, facilities, and operations professionals in attending the ASISS 2018 conference.

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CREATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE SPACES AT SAS
by Ana Sousa Gavin

Singapore American School offers great maker spaces and supportive teachers for our children to develop and discover themselves as creative problem solvers and team players. In this article, parent Ana Sousa Gavin covers two of such spaces at SAS: The creativity center in elementary school and the maker space in middle school.

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SAS CATALYST IMPACT FELLOWSHIP: WHO'S WHO?
by Skylar Ward
2018-SAS-Impact-Fellowship

There is plenty that sets an SAS high school education apart from that of other international schools, and certainly, from that of other US high schools. One of the most notable is the Catalyst project, an in-depth personalized learning experience. Check out some of the SAS Impact Fellowship student profiles and their work. 

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WHERE SHOULD WE LIVE?: SAS PARENTS ON SINGAPORE NEIGHBORHOODS
by Cara D'Avanzo
Singapore City

We asked a number of SAS parents what they like about living where they do, and their answers reveal the range of priorities for our families, as well as the diversity of accommodation options available. Wherever you live, you’ll find you’re part of a neighborhood community, as well as part of the SAS community at school and around the island!

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EAGLES PERFORM AT INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN FESTIVAL
by Tom Schulz
Making memories in Nebraska

Every summer, thousands of high school Thespians bring their love of all things theater to the International Thespian Festival (ITF), a celebration of student achievement in the performing arts. This year, 11 SAS theater students attended the Festival. The Eagles performed to standing room only as part of the week-long performances, workshops, and festivities this June. 

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