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by Kinjal Shah

What's the latest in school? What's the word on the street? From preschoolers to high school students, and even faculty members, all share their life slogans!

by Tina Forbush
College Counseling at SAS

How can we best serve our students so they continue to learn, excel, and feel ready to take on a new chapter in their lives? SAS counselors highlight how the new model fosters a culture of excellence, extraordinary care, and possibilities for each child.

by Kinjal Shah
A Day in the Life of a Chinese Immersion Student

The kindergarten Chinese immersion program was launched this year with the goal of offering students language opportunities integrated into every moment, allowing them to gain a deep understanding of the language and truly become global citizens. Catch a glimpse into the lives of our Chinese immersion class.

TECHNOLOGY AND PERSONALIZED LEARNING
by Kinjal Shah
Technology and Personalized Learning

When not in school, a lot of things kids do are connected in some way to technology. By integrating technology into the classroom, educators are changing the way they provide students with the tools and opportunities that put students in charge of their own learning and equips them for the next century.

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THEN AND NOW—WINTER 2017
by Kyle Aldous

Woven into the curriculum and collaboratively taught by counselors, educational technology coaches, and teachers, digital citizenship is increasingly becoming part of the SAS DNA. The school’s educational technology team has led more than 250 trainings , sessions, and meetings to date to support teachers in integrating technology.

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A DAY IN CHINESE IMMERSION HUBS
by Kinjal Shah
A Day in the Life of a Chinese Immersion Student

The kindergarten Chinese immersion program was launched this year with the goal of offering students language opportunities integrated into every moment, allowing them to gain a deep understanding of the language and truly become global citizens. Catch a glimpse into the lives of our Chinese immersion class.

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POETRY AND RHYTHM FOR STORYTELLERS—WORKSHOP BY HEATHER RODOCKER
by Ana Sousa Gavin
Five women standing arm in arm

Dance is a poem of which each movement is a word, said Mata Hari once! The Storytelling Club at SAS had an exciting workshop with SAS middle school dance director Heather Rodocker. Ana Sousa Gavin shares their experience! 

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SAS BLUE PLANET INITIATIVE: MAKING WAVES
by Keshav Jagannath

For billions of people, a healthy ocean means jobs, food, and protection. As inhabitants of planet Earth, it’s imperative that we care for and preserve our oceans. That’s exactly what one of the newest service-oriented clubs at SAS, Blue Planet Initiative (BPI) plans to do.

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TIPS FOR RESPONSIBLE TECH USE
by Ben Robertaccio

If you think parenting is tough, you are not alone. Over the years, the concerns brought to the counseling office from parents have remained relatively the same. The big one—technology use. Ben Robertaccio, middle school counseling department chair offers tips for responsible technology usage! 

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