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    International School Spotlight of the Month

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    January: Denny International Middle School 

    Making Flowers

    On Friday, January 24th, Mr. Qiao Chen shared one of his many talents by making sugar art for students and staff to celebrate Lunar New Year at Denny International Middle School during lunch. Students also lead table activities with different cultural activities to celebrate the Year of Rat! 

    November: Dearborn Park International Elementary School 

    Dragon Dance

    On November 16, 2019, the Dearborn Park Chinese dance team performed at the opening ceremony of the Confucius Classroom at Pathfinder K-8 School in Seattle Public Schools. This performance also celebrated Confucius Institute Day 2019. The teams consisted of students from Dearborn Park International School and they performed the traditional Chinese Dragon and Lion dance. Many of these students are also learning Chinese language and culture through the Dual Language Immersion Mandarin program at Dearborn Park International School.

    October: Chief Sealth International High School

    Students at Chief Sealth

    On Tuesday, October 23rd, 2019 thirteen high school scholars from Bolivia and Peru visited students at Chief Sealth International High School. They were selected through a government program in their countries in collaboration with FIUTS (Foundation for International Understanding Through Students).

    The students were paired with other Chief Sealth students and enjoyed the lessons implemented by the teachers throughout the day. In some classes they were invited to present and talk about their countries. At the end of the day all the students, locals and visitors, engaged in an interesting conversation about education, lifestyle comparisons and other global and local concerns of the youth. Great experiences and great connections were made!

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