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Parent Technology Training – Staying Connected

Dear Parent(s), Great turn out at the parent session today, thank you. Upcoming Sessions: Session Q2 – BITING THE APPLE – 8:15 – 9:15 AM Tuesday, November 22 in the MPR Basic training on the macOS Session Q3 – MANAGING TECHNOLOGY AT HOME – 8:15 – 9:15 AM Tuesday,...

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HOS Appointment, July 2018

Dear Members of the SSIS Community, On behalf of the Board, it is with great pleasure we announce the appointment of Dr. Catriona Moran as the next Head of School, commencing in July 2018. This appointment is the result of a competitive, comprehensive and thoughtful...

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MS Parent Teacher Conferences and MS/HS Principal Coffee

The end of 1st Quarter is Friday, October 6, 2017. It’s hard to believe that we are already 1/4 through the school year and report cards will be sent to parents when we return from our October break.   This is an important time to check in with your child about their...
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High School Advisory update for Parents and Families

Dear High School Parents and Families: As our October break approaches, we hope that all students will get a bit of a rest and rejuvenate.  We wanted to share with you the efforts and themes in our advisory program lead by our grade level Deans to best support our...
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HS Parent/Teacher Conferences and Principal’s Coffee: Oct 19 & 20

The end of 1st Quarter is Friday, October 6, 2017. It’s hard to believe that we are already 1/4 through the school year and report cards will be sent to parents when we return from our October break.   This is an important time to check in with your child about their...
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ES: Principal’s Coffee Workshop, Thursday, 8:15, Mathematics

Dear Elementary Parents, This Thursday, 5 October 2017, our Principal's Coffee Workshop will be starting at 8:15 in the elementary flex room (Room B310).  The topic will be on the Elementary School Mathematics Program.  We hope you can join us for this informative...
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CSS Profile and FAFSA (US Citizens only) opens October 1st – US bound Grade 12 families – please read.

Dear Parents, October 1 is the first day that anyone expecting to apply for financial aid can access, complete, and submit the FAFSA (US citizens) and CSS/PROFILE (US bound students). Here's what you need to know about these forms and their deadlines: All institutions...
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SSIS Alumni Catch Up

October 23, 2017, 6:00pm - October 24, 2017, 8:00am

Hi SSIS Alumni, Mr. K, our Director of University Guidance, will be in NYC on Monday, October 23rd and would love to meet up with any of you in the area to see how you are doing and buy you a drink. ...

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Hearing Vietnam was founded by one of SSIS' own students, and donates bone conduction headphones and audiobooks to hearing impaired children in need. The Hearing Vietnam team put together this video about what they did over October break!

Learn more about this great organization here: www.facebook.com/HearingVietnam

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Electronic Waste (E-Waste) is a growing problem around the world. As technology continues to improve, consumers are regularly upgrading their personal and household electronics. With the purchase of any new device, the old is generally disposed of in landfills, which leaks toxic and poisonous chemicals into the soil and water causing environmental disasters.

SSIS will start a new recycling program with Vietnam Recycles to collect E-Waste. We encourage you to actively participate in our school’s recycling effort to create a cleaner, less polluted Vietnam. Bring us your used, broken or defective electronic devices to ensure proper environmental steps are taken to properly dispose and reduce E-Waste pollution.

Find out more on eNews: enews.ssis.edu.vn/2017/09/27/e-waste-collection-ssis/

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