Friday, 09 Aug 2019

Classic All-American Musical Bye Bye Birdie “Rocked” the PAC!

–by Sarah Abrams–   The 2019 musical production of Bye Bye Birdie, which featured performers from all sections of RIS—and even some parents—was the result of more than four months of intense preparation by students, teachers, and crew members. During that time, the performers learned choreography for several dance numbers, mastered...
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Friday, 09 Aug 2019

Ad Astra Day at Ruamrudee International School Ratchapruek Campus

–by Sudarat T. Attanawin, Director of Strategic Initiatives/HR– RIS administrators and a group of over 140 prospective RIS Ratchapruek parents came together earlier this year to celebrate the tradition of academic, service, and cultural excellence at Ad Astra Day, which is Latin for “to the stars.” The event was an...
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Friday, 09 Aug 2019

Make! An Hour of Exploration

–by Alison Clare– “Playrooms and games, animals and plants, wood and nails must take their place side-by-side with books and words.” — Angelo Patri
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Friday, 09 Aug 2019

RIS Hosts SEASAC Swimming

–by Matthew Smith– It was 6:00 pm on a Saturday evening, and for many hundreds of spectators and athletes in attendance, the Phoenix Pool was about to say farewell in the most exciting fashion. It was the closing event of SEASAC Senior Swimming 2019—the boys 4x100 freestyle relay. At Mr...
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Friday, 09 Aug 2019

The Power of Emergent Curriculum

–by Kyleigh Pharris and Callie Chavers–  “Any curriculum is the outcome of someone’s choices among all the things in the world that are for children to learn. In an emergent curriculum, the choices are made by the children and by the adults who know them.”  —Jones & Reynolds, “The Play’s...
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

ES Religion: Recollection Day

–By Sariya (Ahya) Angeles-Ahmed, Grade 4-3– On Saturday, January 19, most of the students from the grades 3–5 Religion classes of Sr. Gladys gathered together at school for a recollection. Recollection Day is about bringing the Religion students to work together, to learn more about God, and be reminded about...
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

National Honor Society: Service and Community

–By Christy Jefrin James Chandrajith– The National Honor Society is an international organization that recognizes and encourages outstanding high school students who demonstrate excellence within the four pillars of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The RIS chapter of the Society has long since branched off into several committees that coordinate...
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Service Learning @ RIS

–By Ms.Shirley Gamble, Service Learning Coordinator– This year we were very successful with integrating the school’s Principles of Phoenix of Heads, Hands, and Heart to show how we use our knowledge to become collaborative and resourceful students who help others in need.
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Three Reasons Why Students Should Take the “AP English Language and Composition” Class

–By Thanakorn Pun Rojanasasitornwong– Are you considering challenging yourself with a rigorous AP language course? Or is your child interested in taking an AP course? If so, you have come to the right place. While AP classes can seem intimidating and challenging for many students, it is worth looking beyond...
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