Ms. Michalyca Coming Home

by Zofia Ciolek After spending eleven years in ASW, Ms. Michalyca, currently teaching grade 7 Social Studies, will be returning to her hometown in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Many students from older grade levels might associate her classes with interesting and challenging projects such as the Roman Power Project, the Kraków Trip Video or memorising the Canadian provinces and being able to place them … Continue reading Ms. Michalyca Coming Home

ASW Librarian Heads Home

by Natalia Sosna Whether it is helping out students with finding helpful resources or leading engaging book club discussions, Ms.McComb has become a familiar face at the ASW library. After 5 years of inspiring students to discover a passion for reading, the librarian will be saying goodbye to our ASW community. As she spends her final weeks here at our school, Ms.McComb has plans on … Continue reading ASW Librarian Heads Home

Ms. Crinis Headed to Singapore

By JiJi Kim The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Back to the 80s, All in the Timing, and Arsenic and Old Lace. What do these plays have in common? Well, they were all directed and produced by Ms. Georgia Crinis, who has been a drama teacher at ASW for 5 years. Next year, however, she will be joining the Stamford American International School (SAIS) community … Continue reading Ms. Crinis Headed to Singapore

11th Grade at Work on Wide Variety of EE Topics

By Grace Oh and Denny Cheong For this year’s Extended Essay, ASW students have chosen a wide range of 15 subjects to write on, including dance, art, psychology, and language. Right now, the juniors are just starting to take initial steps in finding their topic and more specifically their research question. “I chose to do my EE on chemistry because it’s something that I plan … Continue reading 11th Grade at Work on Wide Variety of EE Topics

The Semi-Formal Dance: To go or not to go?

By Natalia Dokla and Nikoline Thomassen The semi-formal dance is an event awaited by students all throughout the middle school. Approximately 180 people attend, annually. The event is hosted at the Intercontinental Hotel near the palace of culture, tickets costing 150 pln each. But even the murmurs and chatter of the middle-school hallways can not hush the persisting question; Is it worth the money? According … Continue reading The Semi-Formal Dance: To go or not to go?

Mr. Young’s First Year at ASW Comes to a Close

By Phoebe Sirotin As the school year comes to an end, so does the first year at ASW for Mr. Jim Young, the Director of Finance and Operations. Previously, Mr. Young worked for Ogilvy & Mather Advertising in Warsaw from 2002-2017. He “arrived to Warsaw in 1996, transferring from KPMG in New York to the Warsaw office.” He came to work at ASW, because when … Continue reading Mr. Young’s First Year at ASW Comes to a Close