Analu Kewelar has worked at SAS for 13 years and is a kindergarten teacher after having taught first grade for 12 years. She is excited to work with elementary schoolers and learn and practice social and emotional competencies through literature, role-playing, and art.
Fernando De La Sierra
Fernando De La Sierra was born and raised in Zaragoza, Spain. In his previous life, he worked in the IT field but 10 years ago, after meeting his wife, he changed his career for education and started travelling around the world. He taught in Seoul for four years, and this is his fourth year at SAS.
Omar Rachid is passionate about making this an amazing summer. He is usually busy teaching French and Spanish at Singapore American School.
Over many years and in many countries, Kirsten Harvey has taught art, music, drama and photography, as well as class teaching but she's always found time for her love for photography. By pursuing her hobby, she has gained photographic qualifications, won international awards, and had her work exhibited and published. She enjoys taking tribal portraits and teaching photography to deprived children around Asia.
In his third year at SAS, James Toney is a natural storyteller and enjoys sharing his life experiences with his students to make their learning more real.
Shuna Sun has been teaching Chinese in the elementary school at SAS for the last 12 years. Ying Chu is teaching first graders as part of the Chinese Immersion program and is in her eighth year at SAS. Both of them are passionate to about sharing Chinese language and culture with young children.
Kevin Donaghey has been on the Summer Semester team for four years. Every year students express how much fun the program is. Donaghey's passion is physical activity. Helping students grow and develop both physically and socially makes his job one of the best in the world.