Humans of Seisen: With Gratitude…

Youkie S. ('18)

“I started working here on September 3, 1994. The students, teachers, and staff motivate me to work at Seisen because they are very kind and sweet. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., I work as a cleaning lady, but I also welcome everyone at the kindergarten gate every morning. The kindergarteners and elementary school students are so sweet and nice. Even the high school students say, ‘Good morning!’ which makes me feel very happy! I don’t expect to get anything from students because it’s my job to clean, but it’s such a nice feeling when students give me presents. I am glad that they appreciate what I do at Seisen.

Firstly, I would like to say, ‘Thank you very much’ to the administration. I’m really happy working at Seisen. Also, thank you, teachers and students. There’s no discrimination at Seisen, and it’s a kind of family. Everyone really appreciates what we do at school.”

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