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by Didi Hari Krishnan

Did you miss the high school parent coffee on Monday, March 4? Here are the highlights from our recent parent coffee regarding alcohol and other mood-altering substances as well as an overview of what is trending at the high school.

by Didi Hari Krishnan

Did you miss the high school parent coffee on Wednesday, March 6? Here are the highlights from our recent parent coffee on SAS Advanced Studies program and college admissions process.

by Kaori Yoh

Passionate and lively pre-kindergarten teacher Samantha Ierullo takes us on a journey through her life in the early learning center at SAS. She shares what has inspired her work and some wise words of advice for her students. 

YOUR TRUTH, MY TRUTH, POST TRUTH:PARENTING IN THE ERA OF POSTMODERNISM
by Jeff Devens

Rather than addressing complex social, political, and moral issues utilizing reason and logic- enlightenment principles, an appeal to "truth" is made with emotional fervor, fear, groupthink, and in some cases violence. How did we arrive at this inflection point? 

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TECH TIPS: DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
by David Lee

It is important that our children think about the impact of what they 
do online—on themselves, on people they know, and the wider online community. Elementary school teacher David Lee shares some friendly reminders from a course developed by Google for Educators that could help you practice digital citizenship skills.

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AT YOUR SERVICE: BUILDING COMMUNITY, ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME
by Alicia Angle

Each spring, first graders from Singapore American School catch a glimpse into the lives of first graders that attend local primary schools. First grade teacher Alicia Angle shares how students from SAS and Fuchun Primary School have been working together and learning from each other.

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PARK RANGER TO MOB MUSEUM CURATOR: IN PURSUIT OF HISTORY
by Kinjal Shah

"I didn’t know anything that was popular on television and six years in uniform had given me zero fashion sense and a strong aversion to navy pants.”—Carolyn Fisher (Class of 2003) shares how SAS offered her a world view that prepared her for unconventional career choices. 

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THE POSITIVE IMPACTS OF A FLEXIBLE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
by Charlotte Hewson

In past years the education world has been loaded with talk around the concept of flexible learning spaces. The field is bursting with literature that explores research-based teaching practices and the transformation of education through design. As teaching practices evolve, educational environments are reforming to align with a rapidly developing and connected world. 

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ADVANCED STUDIES OFFERINGS
by Dr. Darin Fahrney and Dr. Dennis Steigerwald

Starting with the class of 2021, students may take seven year-long equivalent AP courses. This cap was put in place for various reasons. The goal was to prepare students for the types of learning experiences and professional opportunities they will encounter after SAS.

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