International School Activities & Events

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Below are upcoming events at the International School:

THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OFFERS FREE JAPANESE “SING AND PLAY” CLASS FOR TODDLERS
No prior Japanese knowledge required.

What:  “Sing and Play” class, taught in Japanese by International School Japanese teachers
For who:  Children ages 0 through 4 with a parent or caregiver.
Cost:  Free
When:  Fridays, 10:00-10:30am, Starting April 3 for Three weeks (Apr 3, 10, &24)
Where:  The International School, Second building Japanese First grade Class Room
025 SW Sherman Street, Portland, OR 97201

Reservations are required: For information or reservation, contact Keiko in Japanese or in English at Japanese@intlschool.org or 503-226-2496 x305.


PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE
Full immersion programs in Spanish, Chinese & Japanese

WHAT: Preschool & Kindergarten Open House for Japanese, Spanish & Chinese total immersion programs

WHEN: Tuesday, April 17, 2009, drop-in for tours 9am through 1pm

WHY: For families to see and understand the total immersion program for children aged 3 years to 5th grade. Visitors will get to talk to see classes in action and talk with current parents and administrators.

WHO: Families of children aged 0 to 6 (who have not yet started kindergarten). Children are welcome to tour with their parents.

WHERE: In the South Waterfront area of downtown:
• See 3-year-old preschool classes at 2717 SW Corbett Street, Portland, 97201
• See 4-year-old preschool through 5th grade classes down the street at 2305 SW Water Avenue, Portland, 97201

MORE INFORMATION: www.intlschool.org, 503-226-2496
The International School provides a multicultural environment where children are fully immersed in Chinese, Spanish or Japanese for preschool through fifth grade. Children become bilingual as they learn a full American curriculum with native speaking teachers and small classes. The International School was founded in 1990, and today educates 400 children. www.intlschool.org, 503-226-2496, 025 SW Sherman Street, Portland, Oregon 97201.


LANGUAGE IMMERSION SUMMER CAMP OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT
Programs in Spanish, Chinese & Japanese

The International School is once again offering its popular language immersion summer camp. Children have a summer of fun while learning Japanese, Chinese or Spanish with native-speaking teachers. Campers are invited to explore a brand new language or practice one they already know. They examine a science theme and discover international culture through crafts, games, math, geography and cultural arts. There are different culture activities and science themes each session, so children can have fun attending any number of sessions.

Each session also features special classes for senior students (age 8 to 12), swimming lessons with certified instructors and field trips (Ages 6 to 12), cultural performers, ice-cream delight, art with a specialist for the younger classes.

SESSION 1: June 15 – June 26. THEME: “International Culture Week” & Bees

SESSION 2: June 29 – July 10 (no camp July 3). THEME: “International Culture Week” & Penguins

SESSION 3: July 13 to July 24, THEME: “International Culture Week” & Bears

SESSION 4: July 27 – August 7, THEME: “International Culture Week” & Eagles

Camp days run from 8am to 4pm; three to five year olds may choose to attend from 8am to noon.

MORE INFORMATION: www.intlschool.org, 503-226-2496
The International School provides a multicultural environment where children are fully immersed in Chinese, Spanish or Japanese for preschool through fifth grade. Children become bilingual as they learn a full American curriculum with native speaking teachers and small classes. The International School was founded in 1990, and today educates 400 children. www.intlschool.org, 503-226-2496, 025 SW Sherman Street, Portland, Oregon 97201.

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The Portland Chapter of JETAA (The JET Program Alumni Association) was created to serve the bonds of friendship developed by the program participants. JETAA’s purpose is to achieve, through its activities, a broader and deeper understanding between Japan and the other countries participating in the program.