After their latest history unit, Grade 9 students from SAS Pudong may be second guessing whether a bite full of crunchy peanuts and gooey caramel in a Snickers Bar tastes as satisfying as it used to.
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“I fell in love with SAS before I was even here,” says Kristl Quirante, middle school science teacher at Shanghai American School’s Puxi campus. “I saw how innovative they were trying to be, and they looked like they were doing such cool and awesome things, and I thought ‘oh, I want to go to a school like that’.”
At the high school division of Shanghai American School, there’s an entire team dedicated to story-hunting, and this year’s goal is to identify 238 of them. If you’re thinking “English department?”; no, it’s actually the College Counseling team.
It’s undeniable that SAS is a place full of celebrations, and Teaching Assistant Monica A’Jose seems to always be in the thick of it. Just the other day, she was seen sipping hot chocolate at a tea party with Grade 1 Art students who had just completed their first masterpiece.