We will return to on-campus learning from August 27, 2020. We will have various COVID-19 countermeasures in place in order to keep the campus open.
Dear class of 2020, Congratulations! What a year we have had! I saw a meme the other day that said that no one who answered the question in 2015, “Where do you see yourself in five years” got it right.
Since there have been no new cases reported in the past few days in Tsukuba or Ibaraki, we will now start to re-open the campus. We will start with having the preschool students on campus for half days from May
Tsukuba International School will remain closed from May 11 to 31 and ensure the continuance of learning through the TIS Virtual School. We will continue to monitor local conditions in order to make a decision about June.
In the last few days, we have received strong signals from the three levels of government to implement measures to protect our families and communities: Prime Minister Abe’s declaration of a state of emergency for seven prefectures (not including Ibaraki)
The Tsukuba International School campus will remain closed until Monday, May 11 (the week after Golden Week). We have made this decision in order to give stability to our community over the next few weeks. Until now, we have been
Tsukuba International School will remain closed for the week of March 30 to April 3 and ensure the continuance of learning through the TIS Virtual School. We will continue to monitor local conditions in order to make a decision about
Tsukuba International School will remain closed for the week of March 23 to 27 and ensure the continuance of learning through the TIS Virtual School. The national government has said that a committee will be meeting on March 19 (tomorrow)
As we are not seeing any cues or signs from any of the organizations or institutions around us that it is the right time to re-open the school, our decision is to remain closed for the week of March 16
At Tsukuba International School, we have decided to close all sections of our school in response to the recommendation from Prime Minister Abe about closing schools temporarily in order to minimize the spread of infection. Here is the guiding statement