Wednesday, 07 Nov 2018

ES Students Sing With the RBSO

ES Students Sing With the RBSO By Elisia Brodeur The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (RSBO) held their first-ever talent competition for young singers in 2016. Out of 154 applicants, there were just 12 winners. Two of them were our very own ES students: Maijene, a 10-year-old in Ms. Katie’s 4th...
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Wednesday, 07 Nov 2018

Destination Imagination!

Destination Imagination! By Kevin Brodeur and Jeremy Kes Destination Imagination has come to RIS! Nineteen students—in 5th, 6th, and 7th grade, along with their coaches Mr. Jeremy, Mr. Aaron, and Mr. Kevin, participated in the inaugural season of Destination Imagination, or DI, at RIS.
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Wednesday, 07 Nov 2018

Young Students Making a Difference at RIS

Young Students Making a Difference at RIS By Robin Banks and Aaron Schnittman Many students here at RIS have been exploring the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development. The 1st grade classes looked closely into UN Global Goal #15: “Life on Land.” When investigating what “Life on Land” means...
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Wednesday, 07 Nov 2018

Inspiring a Friendship

Inspiring a Friendship:How Art Connected Two Young Children By Kyleigh Pharris Friendship is a treasure. Finding a friend with similar passions and interests is rare, and when you do find that person it can be magical.   This is a heartwarming tale of friendship that all began one day during a...
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Wednesday, 07 Nov 2018

Values/Ethics Community Service Trip to the Immigration Detention Center

Values/Ethics Community Service Trip to the Immigration Detention Center By Asma Urairaksa (Grade 11) Every October, the Grade 11 Ethics class begins hosting a donation drive for the men, women, and children at the Bangkok Immigration Detention Center. Posters around the school have encouraged students, teachers, and staff to donate...
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