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To assist SCIS 8th grade students with their transition to Upper School, Middle School Counselor Mrs. Geisen-Kisch is working with Ms. Jessie Koenig (Vice Principal) and Mrs. Jennifer Gotuaco (Counselor) of SCIS Upper School to gather input for a future question and answer session with 9th grade student leaders.  Your concerns and questions will be shared with student leaders; however, student names and personal data will remain confidential.  The goal of this mini-survey is to ensure that all our students have an opportunity to contribute to this process.


Announcing the New Hongqiao Head of School


On behalf of our Board of Directors, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Katherine

Katherine Patton Brewer - New Hongqiao Head of School

Special Announcement:

SCIS Gear Make Great Holiday Gifts

Hello colleagues - many of you have taken the time to share feedback to help as we develop Dragon Time advisory lessons and this input is much appreciated! My goal with this mini-survey is to obtain as much input as possible to plan continuing lessons before/after break.  Please take 5-minutes to let me know where you left off and your thoughts on the activities envisioned

Dear Students & Staff,


We are attempting to troubleshoot a problem with Microsoft Skydrive.  Microsoft Skydrive is an alternative to Google Apps which allows users to create office documents online and share and collaborate online.  


Please go to: and log in with your school e-mail address and password.  Then click on the skydrive link on the top.


Presenting A Christmas Carol

PAFA Parent Social Night


Leading up to winter break, SCIS Middle School student assemblies and Dragon Time Advisory lessons will focus on raising awareness regarding relational aggression, bullying and cyberbullying.  These programs are part of on-going efforts to enhance learning and development by strengthening student resiliency.  Resiliency refers to a set of skills and characteristics that help students develop self-esteem and cope more effectively with lifes' challenges to minimize anti-social behavior.  This survey serves as a baseline to inform future programming.


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