Summer School 2019 Comes to an End
The fun and exciting three-week summer program comes to an end.
While Summer School 2019 is now officially over, the students and teachers all had an incredible three weeks.
Here are some of their reflections on this summer program!
“Summer school is fun because although initially it seems like a lot of work and a continuation of school at the end of the day it was a really fun experience and it was much better than staying at home and doing nothing.”
“Learning with peers who are different ages and grades was really fun!”
“The students were very engaged and their interest and reaction to what was taught was genuine and exciting. On the first day, they were not as engaged, but by the end, they were really excited and interested in the classes! The students reflected on the 3 weeks, and all said that they will be taking things away from summer school and all have new goals to pursue. Also, the small community of teachers who do summer school every year really keeps me motivated through these three weeks as well!”
“Summer school was exciting because I got to hang out with people from different grade levels and it was also fun to meet new people and make beautiful friendships!”
“It was great to get to know new people and also meet teachers I might have in the next year. It was also fun to be able to do things that I love to do in more depth than during the regular school year!”
“Summer school is fun because the students get to learn in a relaxed environment and get to learn through games and fun activities.”
“Summer school is fun because in MS and HS there’s more freedom and you’re able to be around your friends without the stress that usually comes with school.”
“Summer school was fun because I got to know more about the next year and I was able to spend time with friends!”
“Summer school was great because we got to do a lot of different things in summer school that we normally can’t do in school. For example, we were able to go on field trips and do learn through fun activities!”
“It was fun to study with different teachers that I never had before!”
“There were a lot of fun classes and I learned new skills and gained new experiences. I also liked how the classes were smaller so the teacher could go into more detail about how and why, and I was able to learn a lot!”
“I was happy to go to summer school even though it was very short. I learned many new skills that were very helpful, and will be helpful in the future. I would definitely attend again!”
“I learned many new skills and things that I don’t really learn in regular school classes. I will be using these skills next year and in the future!”
“I really liked how lively the classes were. Although I thought that it would be quiet and sad, that was not the case and the students were fun and active in class. I also met students they would not have had the opportunity to meet if it had not been for summer school!”
The fun and exciting three-week summer program comes to an end.
7th to 12th graders work on their presentation and speaking skills.
The KG students enjoy the highlight of their 5 senses week, Fruit Salad Day!
Pre-4th, 5th, and 6th graders enjoy summer school!
A two-week volleyball camp for pre-6th to 9th graders.
The Pre-Second graders learn art from High School students!
KG students enjoyed the second week of summer school with the theme, 'Under the Sea'!
The 9th to 11th graders enjoy learning new mathematical skills with Mr Usher.
The Sports Campers learn how to play rugby for the first time!
The Pre-1st graders enjoyed their walk to Kinuta Park.
The Middle School and High School students have been working hard to improve their writing skills!
The 4th, 5th, and 6th graders learn how to act with Mr Greg Dale!
Lunch periods are a perfect time for classmates to get to know each other better!
Pre 2nd and 3rd graders show off their amazing acting and performance skills!
The KG students bring their favorite teddy bears to school as they enjoy a picnic in the beautiful weather.
Pre-2nd graders enjoy summer school as they grow as learners and develop new skills!
The summer program contains many opportunities for the MS and HS students to improve their reading and comprehension skills!
Sports Campers learn how to play table tennis, and cooperate!
Pre-1st graders create artwork inspired by Vincent van Gogh!
Excitement all around, with the Kindergarteners new full-day summer program.
The 2019 Summer School kicks off… with rain and smiles!
An insight into the 3 weeks of the Sports Camp and the importance of the leaders.
A two week camp for middle school students who want to improve their volleyball skills.
Pre-2nd graders have fun performing a play in front of a big audience.
The Pre-5th graders are working on a play that they produced themselves.
Why should students attend summer school? Taking a look at what makes summer school unique and the benefits of taking classes.
KG students have fun at the Teddy Bear Picnic.
The pre-1st students are getting ready for their first year as ES students.
Afternoon Art Program for Summer school is inspired by Paul Klee.
Pre-4, 5 and 6 graders enjoy a relaxing time making art.
The pre-3rd students learn how to add big numbers by using blocks.
The class becomes confident in speaking by incorporating good body language.
MS/HS students develop conclusions to enhance their essays.
Pre-1st Graders traveled to Bunkamura for the Paddington the Bear exhibit.
Learning how to write biographies to develop writing skills.
Pre-2nd and 3rd graders learn how to program in the ICT class.
The KG students enjoy the Water Play Day to end their first week of Summer School.
MS students learn how to incorporate new techniques into their writing.
The importance of creative writing for high school students.
Students in the Reading Dystopian Texts Class explore the various themes of Dystopian novels.
The Pre-1st graders enjoy arts and crafts during their afternoon session of the week.
Starting off the first day of summer school with excitement.
Over the past three weeks the Pre-6th graders worked on a large variety of activities that improved their math and english skills.
The Pre-1st Graders are concluding their writers workshop unit as summer school is coming to an end.
The Pre-2nd graders are always using their english skills to the best of their ability to prepare for the upcoming school year.
The Pre-3rd grades are always doing different activities to practice their math skills, yesterday they focused on addition by playing a math board game.
The middle school ICT students put their knowledge into action by flying drones in the gym.
The Pre-7th graders are using different activities everyday to practice and expand on their math skills.
Every year the sports campers and leaders receive a different color T-shirt with the year, ‘sports camp’, the the signature ‘Birdini’ on it, but this year they make their own.
The Pre-1st Graders are always practicing their reading and writing skills to prepare themselves for elementary school in the fall.
The sports campers are always playing different type of dodgeball to practice team building and enjoy the games that they always have time for.
Mr. Dutki’s creative writing class is doing a large variety of various activities to improve on the students writing and comprehension.
The afternoon sports campers traveled to Tokyo Dome for the second week in a row to go roller skating once again.
The Pre-1st grade girls expanded on their reading and construction of poetry using various different materials and activities.
The Seisen sports campers traveled not too far from Seisen for an afternoon of bowling.
The Pre-3rd graders are trying all sorts of assignments in their classroom that help them improve their skills in multiple areas.
The student leaders and Sports Camp directors put a lot of time and effort into helping the campers practice Basketball, Volleyball, and Soccer.
The Pre-5th graders expanded on their math abilities by doing activities that work with number combinations and speed.
The elementary art students are consistently during new projects that their organizers come up with.
The Sports camp students go swimming every Wednesday to improve on their swimming skills and lay with their friends and student leaders.
The Pre-3rd graders are expanding on their english writing and reading abilities by learning the function and purpose of homophones.
Mr. Peto is encouraging the Pre-4th graders to read and comprehend various types of articles using many types of strategies.
The SAT prep course has jumped right into the depths of vocabulary, grammar, and test taking
Mr. Lake’s film making class is exploring all the steps of creating a successful film by allowing the students to make their own.
The Pre-7th graders are showing their love and support for a school effected by the earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
Mr. Brigham is testing his pre-2nd grade students on high frequency words by providing multiple different activities for them to practice on.
The afternoon elementary students have started their second week in a new activity.
The Pre-Second graders are expanding on their understanding of different types of books and short story genres by dividing their large classroom library into different categories.
The full day and afternoon sports campers went off campus during the first week to experience different activities such as rock climbing, swimming and skating.
The Elementary art students are improving on their art skills and learning how to make different types of art pieces everyday.
Everyone knows that to make a rainbow you must have water.
The ICT students in the first week of summer camp did a variety of different activities on the computer such as coding, drawing, and creating images.
The pre first grade students are currently learning and expanding on their knowledge on the basics of reading, writing, and math.
The high school leaders provide a lot of time and energy into making sure that the campers have a great time through the whole day.
The pre-grade 7 students practice their math skills daily through a series of different activities chosen by Mr. Hughes.