COVID-19 SCHOOL CLOSURE EXTENSION TO APRIL 20 2020
Our COVID-19 related decisions leading to the campus closures of Seisen International School and St. Mary’s International School have been motivated by the health and safety of our students, teachers, staff, and shared communities. This will continue to be our focal point as we navigate uncertain times together.
Due to an increase in the number of diagnosed COVID-19 cases in Tokyo and surrounding areas and the increased level of uncertainty, both schools have taken an abundance of caution in now deciding to extend school campus closure through Sunday, April 19, with school campus reopening on Monday, April 20, 2020. Online/ At Home Learning will carry on, and updates from principals will be communicated later this week.
Both schools will continue to monitor the situation with the best interests of our school communities in mind. We appreciate your ongoing support and understanding during this unprecedented global health crisis.
Colette Rogers Saburo Kagei
Head of School Headmaster
Seisen International School St. Mary’s International School
A message from the Seisen Sakura Medal Book Bowl team.
Please help the Seisen Medical Careers Club meet their goal of donating 400 handmade masks by June 3rd.
Our hope is that families will be able to take advantage of this extended four-day weekend to spend quality time together, and to nurture health and well-being.
All members of the community are invited to participate in a Holy Thursday prayer service this Thursday, April 9th at 4pm and a Good Friday Stations of the Cross prayer service on Friday at 3pm.
Seisen and St. Mary's will continue with their Online/ At Home Learning programs from Monday, March 30th. Students will return to school on Monday. April 6th.
Prime Minister Abe held a press conference on Japan’s countermeasures against the novel Corona Virus . He outlined the enhanced medical responses, financial measures and efforts to ensure safe and secure Olympics and Paralympics games.