Successful COVID-19 Countermeasures in Korea Have Downsides

by Won Lee After COVID started, Korea was judged one of the countries most successfully protected from COVID. I interviewed Korean students and teachers about what was the hardest part. At the moment, Korean students go to school biweekly, to limit the students in the school to 2/3rds.  “It is hard to do some long term activities because of the problem of hybrid classes,” said … Continue reading Successful COVID-19 Countermeasures in Korea Have Downsides

ASW Students Organize Online Book Fair

by Carolina Barsakov Do you want to make space on your bookshelf for some new books? Or do you have any old books you’ve been wanting to get rid of?  Together with the PTO, three 11th grade students, Andrea P., Aylee G., and Suhani G., are granting you exactly that opportunity. The three juniors are organizing a Book Fair as their CAS project. The students … Continue reading ASW Students Organize Online Book Fair

Deck the Trees is Dead; Long Live Deck the Doors

by Maya Sirotin This year, rather than decorate the hallways or trees, the student council has opted to have advisories decorate their respective doors following a festive theme.  An advisory from each grade will be chosen as winners according to three criteria; festivity, creativity and eco-friendliness. Students and teachers are encouraged to bring supplies from home or to use recycled materials to minimise waste. The … Continue reading Deck the Trees is Dead; Long Live Deck the Doors