School has been open for three weeks! I hope everyone has adjusted from their summer mode to ‘I have to be productive’ mode. KIS has welcomed 22 new students into the Secondary School, so KIS Today will be catching up with them to see how they’re doing.
Seems like the sixth graders, seventh graders and eighth graders have come to a mutual agreement that their stay here so far, has been good.
From Grade 6, Hannah has agreed that the school is fine with no exception whatsoever. However, for Celicia, it was a huge jump for her since her old school wasn’t in the IB system. In general, she’s enjoying it here. Shreya’s a bit confused with the whole schedule thing, but yeah, fear no more, you’ll get the hang of it sooner or later! She’s very happy here and agrees that the school is good. Ging says that this school is extremely fun and very much to his liking. The only flaw is that the schedule is a bit confusing. Again, you’ll get the hang of it in no time, buddy! Alina likes this school but she wishes the school food was a little bit cheaper. I’m totally with you.
Moving on to Grade 7! “It was nice,” said Aly, “Both the people and the school”. Itsuki seconds that. His first week here was great. “The food was nice,” Itsuki says, “The people are also nice.” Sand said that his first week here was okay but the wifi needs a little improvement. Jing Ying was nervous in her first week, but we all know there’s nothing to be nervous about. We do hope your classmates are treating you to your liking Jing Ying. Pare said her first week here was good, she likes her classmates and like Sand said, “The wifi needs a bit of improvement.” Selina was feeling a bit shy and all but her first week of school here was awesome. “Everything’s perfect!” Seems like she warmed up to our community in no time. Am I right or am I right?
Lastly! Our fellow grade eighths. Shraddha says that her first week here has been great. Kari’s first week here was also great, the food and the schedule weren’t bothering her at all.
With a warm welcome, we hope the new students are adjusting and liking how things are in the KIS community.