Well here we are in our third e-learning round! Luckily our students have developed many new skills needed to successfully manage their remote learning. Best to think upon this experience as positively as we can in terms of all that we have learned in the process! 12 View all galleries
Teacher May kindly came to talk to some of our 10th grade English literature students to recount her life experience escaping communist China back in the early 1950s. Students have been reading excerpts from The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan. When they heard that teacher May had gone through something similar to the narrator in The Joy Luck Club they were eager to meet her, listen to her explanation, and ask questions.
Senior High School’s visit to River City March 2, 2021
Last week our school counselor administered the Differential Aptitude Test to our grade 10, 11, and 12 high school students. The test will provide an insight into where the students’ strengths and abilities lie and potentials for certain career paths.
Senior High School adapted excellently with their second round of distance learning during January’s COVID-19 school closure. The teachers admired how quickly they were able to seamlessly transition back to distance learning. Kudos to all! View all galleries
Rose Marie Academy celebrated International Family Day on December 4, 2020. Parents were invited to participate virtually due to the Covid-19 situation. America, Nepal, England, Russia and the countries of ASEAN were studied by the different classes. Students performed dances and shared information and food from their country. Everyone participated and enjoyed the different cultures.…
Rose Marie Academy High School students welcomed Ms. Chanthachot, Assistant Recruitment Manager, who gave a great insight into Webster University life and study options. Students had the chance to ask relevant questions and were furnished with useful information.
Senior high school students headed by our Art teacher were exposed to original artworks by legendary pop art icon Andy Warhol which are being showcased at River City, Bangkok.
Andy Warhol was the leading artist in pop-art culture and well-recognized for his silkscreen paintings Campbell’s Soup Cans (1962) and Marilyn Diptych (1962).This private collection of original pieces, all of which he created in the 1960s, gives an alternative outlook towards the artist, representing his more private side that is close to his European roots.
Our students had the opportunity to take photos of themselves with some of the interactive artwork on display and learn a little more about Andy Warhol himself. At the end of the trip students talked about their favorite piece in the exhibition.
Child Center students have been participating in eLearning since March 23 since the onset of COVID 19. Although there may have been some reservations about the appropriateness of this way of teaching for young children, we have been amazed at its success. The students, with the support of their parents, adapted quickly to this new world, and teachers followed the normal classroom schedules as closely as possible with necessary adaptations of teaching material, classroom organization, and teaching techniques. The learning curve has been a positive one for both teachers and students, and there has been sound academic progress.
Despite this flea market being somewhat smaller than previous years it went off with a bang, Oscar style! Khun Rose Marie and Khun Wanchai kindly graced us with their presence, whereupon they opened the show and were given the “red carpet” treatment. Once the official opening was over eager shoppers from all corners our school found something to spend their money on, wisely or otherwise!!