What if…? A Dedication to Our New School Building Tsukuba International School Shaney Crawford May 21, 2016 The building that you are standing in today comes at a price. Of course, there was a financial price that we had to
Tsukuba International School Graduation Speech Shaney Crawford, Principal June 18 2015 Students, Parents, Teachers, Welcome to the 2015 TIS Graduation ceremony. It gives me great pleasure to say a few parting words to the graduating classes and the students who
Tsukuba International School Transfer Ceremony March 5, 2015 I have been asked to give a speech to recognize your departure from our school. Whenever anyone leaves our school, I have to sign a piece of paper and I really, really
Tsukuba International School Graduation Speech Shaney Crawford, Principal June 19, 2014 Mr. Kano, our former principal, liked to give speeches. Actually, he liked to give quite long speeches. When he was giving a speech, I would sit in the back
Tsukuba International School Speech for Transfer Ceremony Shaney Crawford, Principal March 17, 2014 I would like to start off by saying congratulations to the students who passed the entrance exams for their next schools. You all worked extremely hard and
Today, we are commemorating the graduation of our kindergarten students into Grade 1, the passage of our Grade 5 students from the Primary Years Programme to the Middle Years Programme, and the first official graduation of our Grade 10 students.
It has come time to send some of our MYP students off to their new high schools. When I joined the school in 2008, we only had grades 1 to 5. Since then, we have continued to add one grade
Our kindergarten students are learning how to write Ps and Os today. They found that Ps were quite easy, but Os were harder because they make many different sounds!
We get a lot of visitors here at TIS. Some come for a few hours, and some decide to move in permanently.
Our Grade 2 class just finished a unit on “Conflict Resolution”. One of the students returned from the weekend and submitted the following chart to his teacher, Ms. Marsh. According to his own “independent analysis” of his progress, he seems