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Published on September 22nd, 2017 | by Marketing Department

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Message from the Principal, Term 1, Week 5

Dear Senior School Parents and Caregivers,

Our annual excursions concluded on a high as the students and teacher chaperones made their homeward destination from all parts of China on Friday, 22 September. Beyond the skills learnt on the trip, students embraced foreign environments and challenged personal limits.  This is what we believe at SSIS – learning beyond the classroom and developing a holistic student. Even as we say goodbye to another year of excursions, we can always look back with fond memories of times spent with peers and teachers.

Message from the PSG

The LOST & FOUND area in the PSG Lounge is becoming very cluttered with unclaimed belongings. We are looking to spruce up the space so that it becomes safer for our students and more welcoming for our families. Please take this week (25  – 29 September)  to claim any lost items because we will disposing all of them during the upcoming holiday week.

We seek your understanding that we cannot store lost items indefinitely in the PSG Lounge thus in the future, we will clear the LOST & FOUND area on a monthly basis.

ASP Registration Updates

Session 2 of our After School Program (ASP) – 9 October to 17 November will start the week that we return from holiday. Please have a look over the Session offerings posted in the ASP section of iLearn.

If you are interested to register your child, you can do so through the Parent Portal via class registration. The registration will be open from Monday, 25 September and will close Friday, 29 September.

Reminder of volleyball home games on Tuesday and Thursday.  Come join our teams for Spirit Day and cheer on Thursday.  Don’t forget to wear your red and blue!

Upcoming dates:
Sept. 25-29: ASP Session 2 Registration
Sept. 26: Volleyball Home Game
Sept. 28: Spirit Day & Volleyball Home Game
Oct. 2-Oct. 6: National Day Holidays
Oct. 7: SAT Testing

Student of the Week:

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Aditi DADWAL

Grade 9 Amber

Aditi is always positive, smiling throughout the challenges and tough times. Driven, she faces her fears and never gives up when she has been pushed to her limits. Besides motivating others in her group, she never fails to show care and initiative by helping others and volunteering to help teachers, guides and peers.


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