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TIS Begins New Year: September 2001

Author:Author unknown, Issue: September 2001, Topic: Events

Tsukuba International School begins its 10th year of operation this fall, continuing in the facilities offered by Shuei High School since 1997. There will be a combination of old and new faces, with both teachers Richard Keeling and Brian Hartman returning from last year along with several students. We begin this year with only 11 students, down a few from last year, as several have either graduated or their families have left Tsukuba. If you are interested in checking out the possibilities of putting your child in TIS, or if you can contribute to the school in someway through volunteer work (such as helping with the lunch hour or helping individual children who need special attention, etc.) please contact the school at 47-0330.

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