Dear ISE Families,
From all of the staff here at the International School Eastern Seaboard, we would like to wish you a safe and Happy Holiday with family and friends.
I also wanted to let you know, that FRIDAY, December 14th, is the last day of school before the winter vacation. This will be a half day of school, with dismissal at 1:00 pm.
Be safe, don't eat too much, laugh, be sure to hug someone you love, and get outside and let's all be thankful.
Mr. Alexander Bennett
Dec.10 - No school - Constitution Day
REMINDER - Maebon appreciation is on December 12, Wednesday. We are in desperate need for toiletries and other useful items. Please show your appreciation to these amazing helpers here at ISE by donating. Thank you.
Starting today, Student council would love your participation in the Mae Baan Appreciation ceremony. There will be boxes placed around the school to put in donations of toiletries (toilet paper, toothbrush, soap, shampoo, etc.) or any and all gifts that would be helpful to the Mae Baans. Please bring the gifts by December 11.
Thank you for your support! - Student Council
December 14 -Organ System Exhibit
10th Grade ISE Parents are invited and welcomed to attend an Organ System exhibit being put on by your 10th grade students in the FAC on Friday December 14th from 8:30-10 a.m. Come learn from your students as they present their independent research on an Organ System of their choosing!
Thank you to everyone for coming out and supporting the ES Christmas Program.
December 11 - Russian Ballet Open Class. If you are interested in trying Ballet, please come to the elementary office at 3:00.
ASA Session 2 Activities end next week, except for Tennis and Basketball which will be made up on Friday, January 11 due to early dismissal next Friday.
ASA Session 3 registration forms will be sent home on Monday, January 7 and Session 3 activities will begin on Monday, January 14.
January 15 U15 Boys Football @ MIS
If students are planning to attend University - here is a checklist to help keep them on track:
Working on their applications
Registered for SAT
Taken Toefl (if needed)
Working on their personal essay
Making arrangements for reference letters from teachers and/or counselor.
Transcript request form (if needed)
The International College of King Mongkut’s University offers a Bachelor’s Degree in International Trade and Business Logistics. For more info. - see Mrs. Kohoutek.
Durham University Law School - launch of new Centre for Chinese Law and Policies
Horse riding ASA at Horseshoe Point
8-week ASA, begins Jan 16
Open for students from KG-Grade 8
Every Wednesday, students will have 1-hour lessons: 30 minutes of riding skill development and 30 minutes of horse care each week.
Horseshoe Point is an accredited International Riding School. Students will earn a Grade 2 achievement award after 8 weeks and can choose to continue with lessons if interested after the first ASA session. There will be a bus that leaves from ISE at 1:00 and will return to ISE after the lesson (between 3:30 and 4:00 pm every Wednesday afternoon). Students who choose to ride the bus will split the cost of the round trip each week. There will not buses available to return students to their homes from Horseshoe Point OR from ISE so parents should consider this when deciding on participating in this ASA. You will need to pick your child up from ISE on Wednesday afternoons or you can choose to take your own child to the lesson and wait to pick up afterwards. For child safeguarding, ISE can only provide bus service for a round trip to and from the school. We need at least 10 students to make the ASA worthwhile.
Younger students will learn on ponies and lessons will be THB 1200/day.
Older, bigger students will learn on horses and lessons will be THB 1500/day.
So, the approximate cost for 8 1-hour lessons, roundtrip bus to and from ISE, and an adult to accompany the students will be:
Click the link below for the official Google Doc:
Blast: December 10rd
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